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The nature of sociology : two essays

Author: Marcel Mauss; William Jeffrey; Mike Gane
Publisher: New York : Durkheim Press/Berghahn Books, 2005.
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"This book consists of translations of two of Mauss's most significant statements on the social sciences. The first, an early contribution written with Fauconnet, outlines the methodological orientations of the school. The second, written somewhat later, examines the internal organization of sociology as a division of labor. Anthropologists as well as sociologists will find these essays of much interest. Amongst the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcel Mauss; William Jeffrey; Mike Gane
ISBN: 9781571816597 1571816593
OCLC Number: 57465708
Notes: Translation of two weeks: Sociologie, originally published in 1901 in La grande encyclopédie ; and, Divisions et proportions des divisions de la sociologie, first published in 1927.
Description: xxii, 93 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Sociology / with Paul Fauconnet --
Sociology : its divisions and their relative weightings.
Responsibility: Marcel Mauss ; translated by William Jeffrey ; introduction by Mike Gane.

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"This book consists of translations of two of Mauss's most significant statements on the social sciences. The first, an early contribution written with Fauconnet, outlines the methodological orientations of the school. The second, written somewhat later, examines the internal organization of sociology as a division of labor. Anthropologists as well as sociologists will find these essays of much interest. Amongst the issues raised by them are how far was Mauss a systematic thinker and how did he see the relation between anthropology and sociology."--BOOK JACKET.

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