Routledge Handbook of European Sociology

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Sokratis Koniordos, Alexandros Kyrtsis
Routledge, 4. sep. 2014 - 466 strani
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The Routledge Handbook of European Sociology explores the main aspects of the work and scholarship of European sociologists during the last sixty years (1950-2010), a period that has shaped the methods and identity of the sociological craft. European social theory has produced a vast constellation of theoretical landscapes with a far reaching impact. At the same time there has been diversity and fragmentation, the influence of American sociology, and the effect of social practice and transformations. The guiding question is: does European Sociology really exist today, and if the answer is positive, what does this really mean? Divided into four parts, the Handbook investigates:

  • intellectual and institutional settings
  • regional variations
  • thematic variations
  • European concerns.

The Handbook will provides a set of state-of-the-art accounts that break new ground, each contribution teasing out the distinctively European features of the sociological theme it explores. It will be of interest to students and scholars across the social sciences and humanities.

 

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1 Introduction
1
Part I Intellectual and institutional settings
13
Part II Thematic variations
141
Part III Regional variations
283
Index
441
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Sokratis Koniordos is Professor of Sociology at the University of Crete. His Main research areas: economic sociology, sociology of work, the social effects of the current crisis. He has published 16 volumes and several research articles.

Alexandros-Andreas Kyrtsis is Professor of Sociology in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Athens.

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