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The theory of social and economic organization

Author: Max Weber; Talcott Parsons; A M Henderson
Publisher: New York : The Free Press, a division of Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc. ; London [England] : Collier Macmillan Publishers, 1964. ©1947
Series: A Free Press paperback
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First Free Press paperback edition 1964View all editions and formats
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"The most extensive general exposition of Max Weber's sociological theory and its applications to the broad empirical problems of historical structure and change"--Cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Max Weber; Talcott Parsons; A M Henderson
ISBN: 0684836408 9780684836409
OCLC Number: 7329711
Notes: "A translation of part I of Max Weber's Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, which was in turn originally published as volume III of the collaborative work Grundriss der Sozialoekonomik"--Page v.
Description: x, 436 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
The fundamental concepts of sociology --
Sociological categories of economic action --
The types of authority and imperative co-ordination. The basis of legitimacy ; Legal authority with a bureaucratic administrative staff ; Traditional authority ; Charismatic authority ; The routinization of charisma ; The transformation of charisma in an anti-authoritarian direction ; Collegiality and the separation of powers ; Parties ; Types of government of corporate groups which minimize imperative powers; [and] the role of representation ; Representation --
Social stratification and class structure.
Series Title: A Free Press paperback
Other Titles: Soziologische Kategorienlehre.
Responsibility: Max Weber ; translated by A.M. Henderson and Talcott Parsons ; edited with an introduction by Talcott Parsons.

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