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Historical Sociology and World History

Historical Sociology and World History Author : Alexander Anievas
Release : 2016-09-12
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN : 178348683X
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This book is the first to offer a full exploration of the theory of uneven and combined development

Historical Sociology of International Relations

Historical Sociology of International Relations Author : Stephen Hobden
Release : 2002
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
ISBN : 9780521004763
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International relations theorists are increasingly turning to historical sociology as a means both of broadening and refining their discipline, and critiquing mainstream thinking. Nevertheless, there is still only a rudimentary understanding of what historical sociology is and what it can offer the subject. This book acts as a manifesto for historical sociology, considering a range of issues, including accounts of the major variants of historical sociology; how they can be applied to international relations; why international relations theorists should engage with these approaches; and how historical sociological insight can enhance and reconfigure the study of international relations. In addition to describing the seven major approaches - neo-Weberianism, constructivisim, critical historical materialism, critical theory, postmodernism, structural realism and World Systems theory - the volume s introductory and concluding chapters set out in detail an approach and research agenda that revolve around what the editors call world sociology .

Global Historical Sociology

Global Historical Sociology Author : Julian Go
Release : 2017-08-31
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
ISBN : 1107166640
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Bringing together historical sociologists from Sociology and International Relations, this collection lays out the international, transnational, and global dimensions of social change. It reveals the shortcomings of existing scholarship and argues for a deepening of the 'third wave' of historical sociology through a concerted treatment of transnational and global dynamics as they unfold in and through time. The volume combines theoretical interventions with in-depth case studies. Each chapter moves beyond binaries of 'internalism' and 'externalism,' offering a relational approach to a particular thematic: the rise of the West, the colonial construction of sexuality, the imperial origins of state formation, the global origins of modern economic theory, the international features of revolutionary struggles, and more. By bringing this sensibility to bear on a wide range of issue-areas, the volume lays out the promise of a truly global historical sociology.

Vision and Method in Historical Sociology

Vision and Method in Historical Sociology Author : Conference on Methods of Historical Social Analysis (1979 : Cambridge Mass.)
Release : 1984-09-28
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
ISBN : 9780521297240
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These essays focus on the careers and contributions of nine scholars who worked on the intersections of social theory and history viewed on a grand scale. They include: Marc Bloch, Karl Polanyi, S. N. Eisenstadt, Reinhard Bendix, Perry Anderson, E. P. Thompson, Charles Tilly, Immanuel Wallerstein and Barrington Moore Jr.

Historical Sociology

Historical Sociology Author : Philip Abrams
Release : 1982
Publisher : Cornell University Press
ISBN : 9780801492433
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This book argues that history and sociology share the same vital preoccupation: the desire to unravel the puzzle of human agency. How do large-scale social transformations occur, and what is the role of the individual in them? Phil Abrams devotes three chapters to the development of industrialism and scrutinizes, in that connection, the theories of Marx, Weber, and Durkheim. Subsequent chapters consider Talcott Parsons and the debate on convergence; the formation of states; the idea of the event as a legitimate concern of history and sociology; individuals and sociological generations; deviancy and revolution; and a final chapter on the limits of historical sociology. --Steven Lukes, Balliol College, Oxford

Handbook of Historical Sociology

Handbook of Historical Sociology Author : Gerard Delanty
Release : 2003-06-23
Publisher : SAGE
ISBN : 9780761971733
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This Handbook consists of 26 chapters on historical sociology. Part One is devoted to Foundations, Part Two moves on to consider major approaches and Part Three is devoted to the major themes in historical sociology. Systematic and informative it offers readers the most complete and authoritative guide to historical sociology.

Reflexive Historical Sociology

Reflexive Historical Sociology Author : Arpad Szakolczai
Release : 2003-07-13
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 1134656157
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This book reconstructs and brings together the work of a number of social and political theorists in order to gain new insight on the emergence and character of modern Western society. It examines the intersection point of social theory and historical sociology in a new theoretical approach called "reflexive historical sociology". There is analysis of the works of Max Weber, Michel Foucault, Norbert Elias, Eric Voegelin and a number of others. The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 examines the works of Eric Voegelin, Norbert Elias, Lewis Mumford and Franz Borkenau. Part 2 is concerned with the major conceptual tools such as experience, liminality, process, symbolisation, figuration, order, dramatisation and reflexivity, and themes such as the history of forms of thought, subjectivity, knowledge and closed space and regulated time. Finally, the book examines the most important insights of the thinkers discussed, concerning the historical processes that led to modernity.

International Relations and Historical Sociology

International Relations and Historical Sociology Author : Stephen Hobden
Release : 2006-08-21
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 1134666780
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This book provides an original analysis of recent work by key historical sociologists through the prism of International Relations. Stephen Hobden investigates the number of issues which overlap between the two disciplines by focusing on three main themes: * the ways in which historical sociologists approach international relations in general and the concept of an international system in particular * recent advances on the concept of the state as developed by Historical Sociology and their implications for International Relations * the potential for productive dialogue between the two schools of thought.

The Rise of Historical Sociology

The Rise of Historical Sociology Author : Dennis Smith
Release : 1991
Publisher :
ISBN : 9780877229193
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In the aftermath of its near-demise by fascism and Stalinism, the resurgence of historical sociology has been an important development in contemporary sociology and history. This book traces the growth of interest in social history in the West in a survey that combines critique of key works with a framework of interpretation for this field.

The Historical Sociology of Japanese Martial Arts

The Historical Sociology of Japanese Martial Arts Author : Raul Sanchez Garcia
Release : 2018-08-14
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 1351333798
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This is the first long-term analysis of the development of Japanese martial arts, connecting ancient martial traditions with the martial arts practised today. The Historical Sociology of Japanese Martial Arts captures the complexity of the emergence and development of martial traditions within the broader Japanese Civilising Process. The book traces the structured process in which warriors’ practices became systematised and expanded to the Japanese population and the world. Using the theoretical framework of Norbert Elias’s process-sociology and drawing on rich empirical data, the book also compares the development of combat practices in Japan, England, France and Germany, making a new contribution to our understanding of the socio-cultural dynamics of state formation. Throughout this analysis light is shed onto a gender blind spot, taking into account the neglected role of women in martial arts. The Historical Sociology of Japanese Martial Arts is important reading for students of Socio-Cultural Perspectives in Sport, Sociology of Physical Activity, Historical Development of Sport in Society, Asian Studies, Sociology and Philosophy of Sport, and Sports History and Culture. It is also a fascinating resource for scholars, researchers and practitioners interested in the historical and socio-cultural aspects of combat sport and martial arts.

Historical Sociology in India

Historical Sociology in India Author : Hetukar Jha
Release : 2017-07-05
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 1351563688
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This book is a comprehensive study of historical sociology and its development, especially in the Indian context. It looks at the works of Indian sociologists and analyses their approaches in terms of book-view (normative) and field-view (descriptive) history. The volume: critically appraises reports of empirical surveys conducted during early colonial rule including those by H. T. Colebrooke, Francis Buchanan, William Adam; engages with the works of sociologists such as M. N. Srinivas, Ramkrishna Mukherjee, Louis Dumont, Nicholas Dirks, Bernard Cohn, Yogendra Singh, D. N. Dhanagare, A. M Shah, T. K. Oommen, among others; and shows how historical perspective has been adopted in understanding aspects of Indian society villages, castes, traditions, socio-cultural change, education, peasants and their movements, etc.Presenting an alternative idea of social reality, this book will deeply interest students and scholars of sociology, social theory, and social history.

What is Historical Sociology?

What is Historical Sociology? Author : Richard Lachmann
Release : 2013-10-14
Publisher : Polity
ISBN : 0745660088
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This innovative book explores what sociologists gain by treating temporality seriously, what we learn from placing social relations and events in historical context. In a series of chapters, readers will see how historical sociologists have addressed the origins of capitalism, revolutions and social movements, empires and states, inequality, gender and culture. The goal is not to present a comprehensive history of historical sociology; rather, readers will encounter analyses of exemplary works and see how authors engaged past debates and their contemporaries in sociology, history and other disciplines to advance our understanding of how societies are created and remade across time."--pub. desc.

The Perspective of Historical Sociology

The Perspective of Historical Sociology Author : Jirí Subrt
Release : 2017-11-09
Publisher : Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN : 1787433641
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the range of themes which make up the field of Historical Sociology. Jiř� Subrt systematically discusses the main problems of societal development, long term process and changes in the key areas of social life. These include not only temporalized sociology, evolutionary theory, civilizational analysis, societal systems, structures and functions, but also modernization and revolution, risk, crisis, catastrophe and collapse, wars, conflicts and violence, nations, nationalism and collective memory. This study does not ignore the fundamental dichotomy underlying the discipline, which is between individualism and holism. At the heart of this book lies the human individual as related to social and historical development. The key question is who or what is responsible for the process of human history: society or the individual? The author concludes by offering an approach which may help in resolving this dilemma.

The Historic Turn in the Human Sciences

The Historic Turn in the Human Sciences Author : Terrence J. McDonald
Release : 1996
Publisher : University of Michigan Press
ISBN : 9780472066322
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Eleven essays that probe the historical project in a wide range of disciplines

Critical And Effective Histories

Critical And Effective Histories Author : Mitchell Dean
Release : 2002-11-01
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 1134921314
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First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Broken Cities

Broken Cities Author : Martin Devecka
Release : 2020-09-01
Publisher : Johns Hopkins University Press
ISBN : 9781421438429
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An interdisciplinary experiment that brings together history, archaeology, sociology, and the arts, this is the first in-depth treatment of ruination before the Renaissance.

Bread and Circuses

Bread and Circuses Author : Paul Veyne
Release : 1990
Publisher : Viking Adult
ISBN :
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Discusses the practice of civic giving in Ancient Greece and Rome and its role in support of the political system and the social order, and in the orderly redistribution of wealth

Inventing Accuracy

Inventing Accuracy Author : Donald A. MacKenzie
Release : 1993
Publisher : MIT Press
ISBN : 9780262631471
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"Mackenzie has achieved a masterful synthesis of engrossing narrative, imaginative concepts, historical perspective, and social concern."Thomas P. Hughes, Mellon Professor of the History and Sociology of Science, The University of Pennsylvania

The Longue Durée of the Far-Right

The Longue Durée of the Far-Right Author : Richard Saull
Release : 2014-08-27
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 131766406X
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This volume brings together a number of international scholars to offer an original analysis of far-right movements and politics, challenging the existing literature through a very different methodological and theoretical perspective. The approach offered here is that of ‘longue durée’ analysis, whereby the far-right is understood as an evolving subject of capitalist modernity. The authors argue that an assessment of the contemporary characteristics of the far-right needs to consider the ways in which it is a product of deeper and longer-term structures of socio-economic and political development, than, for example, the inter-war crises of capitalism. The book aims to provide a critical and theoretically-informed assessment of the history of the far-right that centres on the international as key to any understanding its evolution, and which distinguishes between the fascist and non-fascist variants as an essential precondition for comprehending the far-right presence in contemporary politics