Key Quotations in Sociology

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NAME INDEX

a
Adato, Andrew 173
Adorno, Theodor W. 302, 31-26-8
Alexander, Jeffrey C. 33-4, 3310
Althusser, Louis 664-5
Anderson, Benedict 753
Anderson, Bob 29
Anderson, Perry 642
Apple, M.W. 437
Aristotle 33, 1042, 14141
Aron, Raymond 61, 1051
Atkinson, J.J. 1545
Augustine 33

b
Barber, Bernard 82
Barthes, Roland 95-61-3
Baudrillard, Jean 125-61-3
consumption 1251
hyperreal, the 1252
seduction 1263
simulation and simulacra 98 , 1252
Bauman, Zygmunt 113
Baxter, Richard 19925
Beck, Ulrich 881-2
Becker, Howard 371, 626, 94 , 102
Bell, Daniel 676-7,795
Bensman, Joseph 101 , 1053
Berger, Peter L. 126-71-6
anomie 82
marriage 71
religion 871, 921, 1261
social construction 126-72-6
sociology 1052-4, 1092
Berle, A.A. 208,1192
Bernstein, Basil 414-5
Bierstedt, Robert 92
Blau, Peter M. 462, 1206-7
Blumer, Herbert 115
Borges, Jorge Luis 1451
Bourdieu, Pierre 127-91-4
distinction and taste 1293-4
education 426, 1292
social reproduction 1282
structures, habitus, practices 1271
Bowles, S. 411
Box, Steven 100-13
Bramhall, Bishop 71
Braverman, Harry 111, 70-1
Brittan, Arthur 5711
Burgess, E.W. 1001
Burns, T. 1204

c
Campbell, Colin 271
Castells, Manuel 1162, 1175
Cavan, Ruth Shonle 5-6
Chambliss, William 1002
Chodorow, Nancy 5610
Cixous, Helene 534
Clark, J. 314-5
Cohen, Jean L. 173
Cohen, Stanley 38474-5 , 1001
Coleman, James 86
Collins, Randall 26 , 439
Comte, Auguste 129-331-18, 1931
division of labour (and specialization) 13318
human progress 130-24-10
science and sociology 129-301-3
social statics and dynamics 132-311-17
Cooley, Charles Horton 1341-3
self (and social interaction) 65 , 1341-3
Coward, Rosalind 535, 963

d
Dahl, Robert A. 208
Dahrendorf, Ralf 221
Darwin, Charles 1545

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Part 1 - Key Concepts and Topics 1
  • Education 41
  • Family 47
  • Orientalism 76
  • Phenomenology 77
  • Urbanism 116
  • Part 2 - Key Sociological Thinkers 123
  • LÉvi-Strauss, Claude (1908-) 171
  • Name Index 201
  • Subject Index 205
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