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Capitalism and modern social theory / an analysis of the writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber. Anthony Giddens.

By: Giddens, Anthony.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge : University Press, 1971Description: xvii, 261 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0521082935; 9780521097857; 9780521082938 .Subject(s): Capitalism | Sociology- HistoryDDC classification: 301.09034 Online resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Marx -- Marx's early writings -- Historical materialism -- The relations of production and class structure -- The theory of capitalist development -- Durkheim -- Durkheim's early works -- Durkheim's conception of sociological method -- Individualism, socialism, and the "occupational groups" -- Religion and moral discipline -- Max Weber -- Max Weber : Protestantism and capitalism -- Weber's methodological essays -- Fundamental concepts of sociology -- Rationaisation, the "world religions," and Western capitalism -- Capitalism, socialism and social theory -- Marx's influence -- Religion, ideology and society -- Social differentiation and the division of labour -- Postscript : Marx and modern sociology.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Marx --
Marx's early writings --
Historical materialism --
The relations of production and class structure --
The theory of capitalist development --
Durkheim --
Durkheim's early works --
Durkheim's conception of sociological method --
Individualism, socialism, and the "occupational groups" --
Religion and moral discipline --
Max Weber --
Max Weber : Protestantism and capitalism --
Weber's methodological essays --
Fundamental concepts of sociology --
Rationaisation, the "world religions," and Western capitalism --
Capitalism, socialism and social theory --
Marx's influence --
Religion, ideology and society --
Social differentiation and the division of labour --
Postscript : Marx and modern sociology.

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