Sociological Realism presents a clear and updated discussion of the
main tenets and issues of social theory, written by some of the top
scholars within the critical realist and relational approach. It
connects such approaches systematically to other strands of thought
that are central in contemporary sociology, like systems theory and
rational choice theory. Divided into three parts, social ontology,
sociological theory, and methodology, each part includes a
systematic presentation, a comment, and a wider discussion by the
editors, thereby taking on the form of a dialogue among experts.
This book is a uniquely blended and consistent conversation showing
the convergence of European social theory on a critical realist and
relational way of thinking. This volume is extremely important both
for teaching purposes and for all those scholars who wish to get a
fresh perspective on some deep dynamics of contemporary sociology.
|Country of origin:
• Emmanuele Morandi
• Riccardo Prandini
||234 x 156 x 12mm (L x W x T)
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