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The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Major Social Theorists

ISBN: 9781444331813 | 1444331817
Edition: 1st
Format: eBook
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Pub. Date: 4/18/2012

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Reflecting emerging research and ongoing reassessments of social theory, The Wiley- Blackwell Companion to Major Social Theorists offers significant updates and revisions to the original Blackwell Companion published a decade ago.

Volume 1

  • Features updates and revisions to all essays from original volume, plus the addition of 11 new authors
  • Includes six new essays featuring coverage of theorists not included in original volume: Ibn Khaldun, de Tocqueville, Schumpeter, Mannheim, Veblen, and Adorno
  • Supplemented with comprehensive bibliographies on primary and secondary sources, with a brief reader's guide accompanying each essay
  • Addresses continuing relevance of most theories and their importance to contemporary scholarship

 Volume 2

  • Features updates and revisions to all essays from original volume, plus the addition of 16 new authors
  • Includes 11 new essays featuring coverage of theorists not included in original volume, including Deleuze, Bauman, Smith, Luhmann, Agamben, and others
  • Supplemented with comprehensive bibliographies on primary and secondary sources, with a brief reader's guide accompanying each essay
  • Essays placed in social and historical context to allow readers to see how theorists have responded to pressing contemporary social and political issues


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