By Barbara L. Marshall, Anne Witz
- How were the foundations of sociological theory shaped by an implicit masculinity?
- Did classical sociology simply reflect or actively construct theories of sexual difference?
- How were alternative accounts of the social suppressed in sociology's founding moments?
Engendering the Social is unique in that it not only critically interrogates sociological theory from a feminist perspective, but also embarks on a politics of reconstruction, working creatively at the interface of feminist and sociological theory to induce a more adequate conceptualisation of the social. This is a key text for undergraduate and postgraduate students in sociology, social theory and feminist theory.
- Anne Witz
- Barbara L. Marshall
- R. A. Sydie
- Theresa Wobbe
- Caroline Arni
- Maidenhead, England