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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jack D Douglas
|Description:||xiii, 233 pages 22 cm|
|Contents:||The promise of the sociological imagination, by C.W. Mills.--The political lead of the educational and scientific estate, by J.K. Galbraith.--The utility of utopias, by W.E. Moore.--Science as a vocation, by M. Weber.--Anti-minotaur: the myth of a value-free sociology, by A.W. Gouldner.--The making and taking of problems: toward an ethical stance, by J.R. Seeley.--Whose side are we on? By H.S. Becker.--The sociologist as partisan: sociology and the welfare state, by A.W. Gouldner.--In dispraise of loyalty, by M.W. Tumin.--Truth's search for power: the dilemmas of the social sciences, by H. Waitzkin.--The relevance of sociology, by J.D. Douglas.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Jack D. Douglas.|