For courses in Comparative Societies or as a supplemental text in Introductory Sociology where a cross-national approach is emphasized.This collection of readings serves as a broad introduction to comparative research in the social sciences - stressing mainly work in sociology, but also representing anthropology, political science, and other disciplines. The articles were chosen for readability, but also represent the best work in the field.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins :
I. THE CASE FOR A COMPARATIVE APPROACH.1. Karl W. Deutsch, Prologue: Achievements and Challenges in 2000 Years of Comparative Research.
2. Ariane Berthoin Antal, Meinolf Dierkes and Hans N. Weiler, Cross-National Policy Research: Traditions, Achievements and Challenges.
3. Stein Rokkan, Cross-Cultural, Cross-Societal and Cross- National Research.
4. Melvin L. Kohn, Cross-National Research as an Analytic Strategy: American Sociological Association, 1987 Presidential Address.
II. METHODS.5. Erwin K. Scheuch, Theoretical Implications of Comparative Survey Research: Why the Wheel of Cross-Cultural Methodology Keeps on Being Reinvented.
6. Charles C. Ragin, The Distinctiveness of Comparative Social Structure.
7. Neil J. Smelser, The Methodology of Comparative Analysis of Economic Activity.
III. SOCIAL STRATIFICATION.8. Alex Inkeles and Peter H. Rossi, National Comparisons of Occupational Prestige.
- Data Publicarii : 1996
- Editie : 1
- Format : Paperback
- Numar pagini : 626
- ISBN : 9780132970297