economic sociology

  • 1 Economic sociology — is the sociological analysis of economic phenomena. As the earliest economists recognised, economic institutions are of profound importance to society as a whole and the social context affects the nature of local economic institutions. Karl Marx… …

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  • 2 Sociology in China — Sociology …

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  • 3 Sociology — For the journal, see Sociology (journal). Sociology …

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  • 4 Sociology — • The claims of sociology to a place in the hierarchy of sciences are subjected to varied controversy. It has been held that there is no distinct problem for a science of sociology, no feature of human society not already provided for in the… …

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  • 5 SOCIOLOGY — as a field of intellectual endeavor is much older than sociology as an academic discipline. Modern sociology can be traced to the Scottish moralists such as Adam Ferguson, David Hume, Adam Smith, and possibly to Thomas Hobbes. The word sociology… …

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  • 6 Sociology of culture — Sociology …

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  • 7 Sociology of Religion (book) — Sociology of Religion is a 1920 book by Max Weber, a German economist and sociologist. The original edition was in German.Max Weber, unlike Karl Marx and Emile Durkheim, studied the effects of religious action and inaction. Instead of viewing… …

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  • 8 Economic restructuring — refers to the phenomenon of Western urban areas shifting from a manufacturing to a service sector economic base. This transformation has impacted demographics including income distribution, employment, and social hierarchy; institutional… …

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  • 9 Sociology of law — refers to both a sub discipline of sociology and an approach within the field of legal studies. Sociology of law is a diverse field of study which examines the interaction of law with other aspects of society, such as the effect of legal… …

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  • 10 Sociology in Poland — has been developing, as has sociology throughout Europe, since the mid 19th century. Polish sociology is today a vibrant science, with its own experts and currents of thought. As early as in 1917 a Polish scholar, Jan Stanisław Bystroń, wrote… …

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  • 11 Sociology of sport — Sociology of sport, alternately referred to as sports sociology , is an area of sociology that focuses on sport as a social phenomenon and on the social and cultural structures, patterns, and organizations or groups engaged in sport. There are… …

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  • 12 sociology —    Sociology sets out to ‘describe, understand and explain’ (Abercrombie et al. 1986) the social world that we inhabit. Far from being a ‘new’ discipline, it has its roots in the early nineteenth century, with Auguste Comte (1798–1857) first… …

    Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture

  • 13 Sociology of the Internet — or sociology of cyberspace explores the social implications of the Internet, new social networks, online societies (virtual communities) and social interaction on the Internet.The Internet the newest in the series of major information… …

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  • 14 Sociology of the family — is the study of the family unit from a sociological viewpoint. The examination is dominated by social class, gender and ethnicity analysis. Further sociology of the family views the effect of social change on the family. Included in this type of… …

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  • 15 Economic inequality — refers to disparities in the distribution of economic assets and income. The term typically refers to inequality among individuals and groups within a society, but can also refer to inequality among nations. Economic Inequality generally refers… …

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  • 16 Economic anthropology — is a scholarly field that attempts to explain human economic behavior using the tools of both economics and anthropology. It is practiced by anthropologists and has a complex relationship with economics. There are three major paradigms within the …

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  • 17 Economic militarism — is a term used to describe the ideology surrounding the use of military expenditure to prop up an economy, or the use of military power to gain control or access to territory or other economic resources.Brief history of the termThe first… …

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  • 18 economic life — economic life, sociology of …

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  • 19 sociology — sociologist, n. /soh see ol euh jee, soh shee /, n. the science or study of the origin, development, organization, and functioning of human society; the science of the fundamental laws of social relations, institutions, etc. [1835 45; < F… …

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  • 20 Sociology in medieval Islam — Medieval Islamic sociology refers to the study of sociology and the social sciences in the medieval Islamic world. Early Islamic sociology responded to the challenges of social organization of diverse peoples all under common religious… …

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