KEY SOCIOLOGISTS

Series Editor: PETER HAMILTON

The Open University, Milton Keynes

This series presents concise and readable texts covering the work, life and influence of many of the most important sociologists, and sociologically-relevant thinkers, from the birth of the discipline to the present day. Aimed primarily at the undergraduate, the books will also be useful to pre-university students and others who are interested in the main ideas of sociology’s major thinkers.

MARX AND MARXISM

PETER WORSLEY, Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester

MAX WEBER

FRANK PARKIN, Tutor in Politics and Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford

EMILE DURKHEIM

KENNETH THOMPSON, Reader in Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, The Open University, Milton Keynes

TALCOTT PARSONS

PETER HAMILTON, The Open University, Milton Keynes

SIGMUND FREUD

ROBERT BOCOCK, The Open University, Milton Keynes

C. WRIGHT MILLS

J. E. T. ELDRIDGE, Department of Sociology, University of Glasgow

THE FRANKFURT SCHOOL

TOM BOTTOMORE, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Sussex

GEORG SIMMEL

DAVID FRISBY, Department of Sociology, University of Glasgow

KARL MANNHEIM

DAVID KETTLER, Professor of Political Studies, Trent University, Ontario; VOLKER MEJA, Associate Professor of Sociology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, and NICO STEHR, Professor of Sociology, University of Alberta

MICHEL FOUCAULT

BARRY SMART, Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield

THE ETHNOMETHODOLOGISTS

WES SHARROCK and BOB ANDERSON, Department of Sociology, University of Manchester

ERVING GOFFMAN

TOM BURNS, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Edinburgh

JÜRGEN HABERMAS

MICHAEL PUSEY, University of New South Wales, Australia

ROBERT K. MERTON

CHARLES CROTHERS, University of Auckland, New Zealand

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  • Key Sociologists 2
  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Acknowledgements 7
  • 1 - A Book for Reading 9
  • 2 - Anthropology and Structuralism 24
  • 3 - Experiments in Epistemology 45
  • 4 - Practice, Habitus and Field 66
  • 5 - Symbolic Violence and Social Reproduction 103
  • 6 - Culture, Status and Distinction 128
  • 7 - Uses of Language 152
  • 8 - Using Bourdieu 175
  • Reading Bourdieu 182
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