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A Hundred Years of Sociology is intended to acquaint the student with the intellectual history of the discipline, to show that the fundamental problems of sociology are not new, and to nurture a critical awareness of the relationship between present concerns and the heritage of the past.

Not an exhaustive reference work or an encyclopedia of sociology, the book is a literate, coherent, and readable Cited by: Tracing the development of scientifi c sociology from Comte to the present, A Hundred Years of Sociology is a concise, narrative history of the major fi gures, ideas, and schools that lie behind the work of contemporary : Hardcover.

Tracing development of scientific sociology from Comte onwards, this book provides a narrative history of figures, ideas, and schools that lie behind the work of contemporary sociologists. It describes the convergence of two major streams of sociological thought: a speculative and philosophical tradition and a reformist, fact-finding tradition.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mitchell, G. Duncan (Geoffrey Duncan). Hundred years of sociology. London, Duckworth, COVID Resources.

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Duncan (Geoffrey Duncan). Hundred years of sociology. Chicago, Aldine Pub. It was not until the 19th cent., however, when the concept of society was finally separated from that of the state, that sociology developed into an independent study.

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Assistance for the translation of this volume was File Size: 1MB. By the time Auguste Comte first used the word sociology inutopian socialists, social reformers, and conservative social critics were all contributing to the rise of a notion of society and social organization as distinct from government.

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