The rules of sociological method : and selected texts on sociology and its method / Emile Durkheim ; edited and with a new introduction by Steven Lukes ; translation by W.D. Halls.
By: Durkheim, Émile.
Contributor(s): Lukes, Steven | Halls, W. D.Material type: TextPublisher: New York: Free Press, 2013Edition: Free Press trade paperback edition.Description: xlii, 229 pages ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781476749723 (pbk); 1476749728 (pbk).Subject(s): Sociology -- MethodologyDDC classification: 301.018 Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
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In English, translated from the French.
"Subsequent writings of Emile Durkheim on sociology and its method"--page -189.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of contents What is a social fact? -- Rules for the observation of social facts -- Rules for distinguishing between the normal and the pathological -- Rules for the classification of social types -- Rules for the explanation of social facts -- Rules relative to establishing sociological proofs -- Marxism and sociology (the materialist conception of history) (1897) -- Sociology and the social sciences (1903) -- Debate on the relationship between ethnology and sociology (1908) -- Debate on political economy and sociology (1908) -- The contribution of sociology to psychology and philosophy (1909) -- Social morphology (notes) (1899) -- Civilization in general and types of civilization (notes)(1902) -- The method of sociology (notes) (1908) -- Society (notes) (1917) -- The psychological character of social facts and their reality (letter) (1895) -- The nature of society and causal explanation (letter) (1898) -- The psychological conception of society (letter) (1901) -- The role of general sociology (letter) (1905) -- Influences upon Durkheim's view of sociology (letters) (1907).