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Author: Susan Stedman Jones
ISBN: 074561616X
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 288 pages
Publisher Polity; 1 edition (April 25, 2001)
Language English
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by Susan Stedman Jones


Stedman Jones dismantles the interpretations of Durkheim that remain widespread in Anglo-American sociology and then examines afresh his major works, placing them in their historical and political context.

Stedman Jones dismantles the interpretations of Durkheim that remain widespread in Anglo-American sociology and then examines afresh his major works, placing them in their historical and political context. This book will be recognised as a major reinterpretation of the work of one of the most important figures in the history of sociology and social thought. It will be of great interest to scholars.

Durkheim reconsidered. Durkheim reconsidered. by. Jones, Susan Stedman. Durkheim, Emile 1858-1917, Durkheimian school of sociology. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.

Susan Stedman Jones' rich, remarkable book provides a largely new investigation of Durkheim's philosophical background. Durkheim Reconsidered recommends itself to the reader for its wide documentation, method consistency, and clear sometimes even brilliant style. This book stands out to the reader with its documentation, by its coherent methodology and by its clear style of writing which can be described, at times, as brilliant". Giovanni Paoletti, Department of Philosophy, University of Pisa.

Stedman jones, susan. The first thing that should be said about Durkheim reconsidered is that the author is obviously a profound connoisseur of Durkheim and someone who loves his writings

Stedman jones, susan. Cambridge: Polity, 2001. The first thing that should be said about Durkheim reconsidered is that the author is obviously a profound connoisseur of Durkheim and someone who loves his writings.

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Автор: Stedman Jones Susan, Hunter C John, Curtiss S Susa Название: Durkheim Reconsidered ISBN . With a substantial new introduction by world-renowned Durkheim scholar, Steven Lukes, the book explains the original argument and sets it in context

With a substantial new introduction by world-renowned Durkheim scholar, Steven Lukes, the book explains the original argument and sets it in context. It will engage a new generation of students with Durkheim's rich contribution to the field. Название: Durkheim: The Division of Labour in Society ISBN: 1137347139 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781137347138 Издательство: Springer Рейтинг

Durkheim Reconsidered. by Susan Stedman Jones. Durkheim is one of the founding fathers of modern sociology and a key figure in the development of social theory. And yet today his work is often misunderstood, since it is commonly viewed through the lens of later authors who used his writings to illustrate certain tendencies in social thought. Durkheim Reconsidered challenges the common views of Durkheim and offers a fresh and much-needed reappraisal of his ideas.

Objective: To reappraise Emile Durkheim’s taxonomy of suicide in Le Suicide in the light of recent experience. Conclusions: While Durkheim’s scientific method and argument are fundamentally flawed, some of his concepts have instrumental value in attempting to understand the complex origins of suicidal behaviour. Durkheim’s baseless dismissal of mental illness as a key determinant of suicidal behaviour weakens his thesis significantly

Durkheim is one of the founding fathers of modern sociology and akey figure in the development of social theory. And yet today hiswork is often misunderstood, since it is commonly viewed throughthe lens of later authors who used his writings to illustratecertain tendencies in social thought. Durkheim Reconsidered challenges the common views of Durkheim andoffers a fresh and much-needed reappraisal of his ideas. StedmanJones dismantles the interpretations of Durkheim that remainwidespread in Anglo-American sociology and then examines afresh hismajor works, placing them in their historical and politicalcontext. She emphasizes Durkheim's debt to the socialist andrepublican thought of his contemporaries - and especially toRenouvier who, she argues, had a profound influence on Durkheim'sapproach. This book will be recognised as a major reinterpretation of thework of one of the most important figures in the history ofsociology and social thought. It will be of great interest toscholars and students in sociology, anthropology and relateddisciplines.