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CRIMINAL SOCIOLOGY By PROFESSOR ENRICO FERRI
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Thus we are not concerned merely with the construction of a theory of anthropology or psychology, or a system of criminal statistics, nor merely with the setting of abstract legal theories... More > against other theories which are still more abstract. Our task is to show that the basis of every theory concerning the self-defence of the community against evil-doers must be the observation of the individual and of society in their criminal activity. In one word, our task is to construct a criminal sociology.< Less
CRIMINAL SOCIOLOGY By PROFESSOR ENRICO FERRI
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Thus we are not concerned merely with the construction of a theory of anthropology or psychology, or a system of criminal statistics, nor merely with the setting of abstract legal theories... More > against other theories which are still more abstract. Our task is to show that the basis of every theory concerning the self-defence of the community against evil-doers must be the observation of the individual and of society in their criminal activity. In one word, our task is to construct a criminal sociology.< Less
Sociology for Real! By M. Dressler
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This book is designed specifically for students enrolled in Mrs. Dressler's sociology course.
Sociological Perspectives - Karl Marx By Julien Coallier
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A brief examination of which works best represent Karl Marx, followed by a clarification of his Manifesto’s revolutionary aspects.
The Biology, Physiology and Sociology of Reproduction By Winfield S. Hall
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I. GENERAL ACTIVITIES OF LIVING ORGANISMS. The casual observer, even if he watches thoughtfully the various activities of plants and animals, would hardly believe these activities capable of... More > classification into two general classes. He notes the germination of the plant seed and its early growth, step by step approaching a stage of maturity; it blossoms, produces seed, and if it is an annual plant, withers and dies. If it is a perennial plant its leaves only, wither and die at the approach of winter, the plant passing into a resting stage from which it awakes the following spring to repeat again its annual cycle. If he observes an animal he finds that it similarly develops to a stage of maturity, reproduces its kind, withers and dies; but incident to these general activities he notes numerous others that seem to have no relation to the activity of the plant. He sees men tilling the fields, felling the forests, building houses, factories and railroads; ...< Less
Adam Smith and Modern Sociology By Albion W. Small
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Table of Contents Preface I. Introduction II. The Sources III The Economics and Sociology of Labor IV: The Economics and Sociology of Capital V. Economic vs. Sociological Interpretation of... More > History VI: The Problems of Economic and of Sociological Science VII: The Relation of Economic Technology to Other Social Technologies,and to Sociology VIII Conclusion< Less
Sociology, Concepts of Group Behaviour By Andreas Sofroniou
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Sociology as a social science refers to the systematic study of the development, structure, and functioning of society. In the last two centuries Sociologists analysed many facets of societies, in... More > the more general context of observing the causes and consequences of the transition from traditional pre-industrial life to modern societies. The fundamental postulate of sociology is that human beings act not by their own free decisions taken rationally, but under the influence of history and culture, and the expectations and demands of others: human beings are both the products and the makers of their societies. During the 20th century, sociologists have been particularly interested in the influence of role, status, class, and power on experience and behaviour, in the family and in the community; in the factors which contribute to cohesion and conflict; in social structure and social stratification; and in social problems such as crime, drug addiction, and domestic violence.< Less
Sociology, Concepts of Group Behaviour By Andreas Sofroniou
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Sociology as a social science refers to the systematic study of the development, structure, and functioning of society. In the last two centuries sociologists analysed many facets of their own... More > societies, in the more general context of observing the causes and consequences of the transition from traditional pre-industrial life to modern societies. The fundamental postulate of sociology is that human beings act not by their own free decisions taken rationally, but under the influence of history and culture, and the expectations and demands of others: human beings are both the products and the makers of their societies. During the 20th century, sociologists have been particularly interested in the influence of role, status, class, and power on experience and behaviour, in the family and in the community; in the factors which contribute to cohesion and conflict; in social structure and social stratification; and in social problems such as crime, drug addiction, and domestic violence.< Less
Whether Existentialism, or, Sociologism? By Khizra Aslam
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This book gives the parrallels between the two thoughts, existentialism, and sociologism.
Padilla's Introduction to Sociology By Lindsay Padilla
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Introduction to Sociology was written by teams of sociology professors and writers and peer-reviewed by college instructors nationwide. The textbook was developed for OpenStax College as part of its... More > Open Educational Resources initiative. This free online text meets standard scope and sequence requirements and incorporates current events such as the Occupy Wall Street movement. The text is designed for the Introduction to Sociology course at any two- to four-year school.< Less