Modern sociology owes its existence and the progress it has made to
the integration of differing kinds of orientations. In this work,
first published 1987, Professor Richard Munch sets out to
reformulate the theory of action, a notion central to sociology and
one to which all schools of thought within sociology have
contributed. He gives an exposition of the voluntaristic theory of
action as found in Talcott Parson's work, reconstructing and
extending Parson's theory from the perspective of the present-day
level of development. In this way he both integrates opposing
orientations to action theory and presents the voluntaristic theory
of action in a readable and teachable from.
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