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The Protestant ethic and modernization; a comparative view,

Author: S N Eisenstadt
Publisher: New York, Basic Books [1968]
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Max Weber's provocative thesis about the role of Protestant values in the emergence of modern capitalism has become one of the best-known and most influential ideas ever advanced in social science. First set forth more than sixty-five years ago, it has been the subject of continuing and tremendously fruitful controversy ever since. The sociologists, political scientists, and anthropologists whose writings Professor  Read more...
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Eisenstadt, S.N. (Shmuel Noah), 1923-
Protestant ethic and modernization.
New York, Basic Books [1968]
(OCoLC)609646413
Named Person: Max Weber; Max Weber
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S N Eisenstadt
OCLC Number: 273292
Description: viii, 407 pages 25 cm
Contents: Part I. The Protestant ethic thesis in the framework of sociological theory and of Weber's work. The Protestant ethic thesis in an analytical and comparative framework / S.N. Eisenstadt --
Method and substantive theory in Max Weber / Stanislav Andreski --
Part II. The application of the Protestant ethic thesis in Europe and the Americas. The Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism : the history of a controversy / Ephraim Fischoff --
Once again : Calvinism and capitalism / Herbert Lüthy --
Puritanism as a revolutionary ideology / Michael Walzer --
Calvinism, capitalism, and the middle classes : some afterthoughts on an old problem / Sidney A. Burrell --
Protestantism and capitalism in pre-Revolutionary England / Charles and Katherine George --
Calvinism and law / David Little --
Culture change and the rise of Protestantism in Brazil and Chile / Emilio Willems --
Science and Reformation / R. Hooykaas --
Part III. The application of the Protestant ethic thesis outside of Europe. Reflections on the Protestant ethic analogy in Asia / Robert N. Bellah --
Economic development and ultramundaneity / Ralph Pieris --
Religion, bureaucracy, and economic growth / W.F. Wertheim --
Ideological and social change in Ceylon / Michael Ames --
Sanctity, Puritanism, secularization, and nationalism in North Africa / Ernest Gellner --
Religious belief and economic behavior in a central Javanese town / Clifford Geertz --
Secularization, modernization, and economic development / Gino Germani --
Calvinism, equality, and inclusion : the case of Afrikaner Calvinism / Jan J. Loubser.
Responsibility: edited by S.N. Eisenstadt.

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Max Weber's provocative thesis about the role of Protestant values in the emergence of modern capitalism has become one of the best-known and most influential ideas ever advanced in social science. First set forth more than sixty-five years ago, it has been the subject of continuing and tremendously fruitful controversy ever since. The sociologists, political scientists, and anthropologists whose writings Professor Eisenstadt has gathered together in this volume show the continuing relevance of Weber to our understanding of the modernization process by doing two things for the first time: (1) re-examining the Protestant-ethic thesis in the light of contemporary sociological analysis and (2) applying it to contemporary non-Western as well as Western societies. The result is a highly suggestive work that will interest all those -- theorists and practitioners alike -- concerned with the problem of social change. - Back cover.

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