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by George Ritzer

ePub Classical Sociological Theory download
Author:
George Ritzer
ISBN13:
978-0071216296
ISBN:
0071216294
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McGraw-Hill Higher Education; 4 edition (2003)
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Sociology
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George Ritzer is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland, where he has also been a Distinguished Scholar-Teacher and won a Teaching Excellence Award

Ships from and sold by Sunshine State Books. George Ritzer is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland, where he has also been a Distinguished Scholar-Teacher and won a Teaching Excellence Award. He was awarded the Distinguished Contributions to Teaching Award by the American Sociological Association, an honorary doctorate from LaTrobe University in Australia, and the Robin Williams Lectureship from the Eastern Sociological Society.

Ships from and sold by b4cause. George Ritzer is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland, where he has been a Distinguished Scholar-Teacher and won a Teaching Excellence award by the American Sociological Association, and in 2004, he was awarded an honorary doctorate by LaTrobe University, Melborune, Australia.

This is the classic theory version of Ritzer's sociological theory book. The book contains 6 chapters from the sociological theory book and 5 new chapters written for this book

This is the classic theory version of Ritzer's sociological theory book. The book contains 6 chapters from the sociological theory book and 5 new chapters written for this book. It is designed as a comprehensive overview of the history of sociological theory and the work of the major theorists.

George Ritzer is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland, where he has also been a. .

George Ritzer is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland, where he has also been a Distinguished Scholar-Teacher and won a Teaching Excellence Award.

Sociological theory, George Ritzer. 8th ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-0-07-811167-9 (alk. paper) 1. Sociology. a book designed to introduce the range of sociological theory is with several one-line summaries of various theories:, The modern world is an iron cage of rational systems from which there is no escape. The modern world has less moral cohesion than earlier societies had.,

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University of Maryland. identified as sociologists

University of Maryland. identified as sociologists. These are the classical sociological thinkers we shall be interested in (Camic, 1997; for a debate about what makes theory classical, see R. Collins, 1997b; Connell, 1997), and we begin by examining the main social and intellectual forces that shaped their ideas. Social Forces in the Development of Sociological Theory.

George Ritzer (born October 14, 1940) is an American sociologist, professor, and author who studies globalization, metatheory, patterns of consumption, and modern and postmodern social theory. His most notable contribution to date is his concept of McDonaldization, which draws upon Max Weber's idea of rationalization through the lens of the fast food industry

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This is the "classic theory" version of Ritzer's sociological theory book. The book contains 6 chapters from the sociological theory book and 5 new chapters written for this book. It is designed as a comprehensive overview of the history of sociological theory and the work of the major theorists, with biographical chapters on such theorists as Comte, Mead, Schutz, Parsons and Spencer. This text is designed for students in undergraduate courses as well as graduate courses in sociological theory.
  • Sure... it's a textbook... and I rented it (thank GOD!) but does it have to be the ultimate cure to my insomnia?? Mind you, I DO enjoy their individual review of each sociologist during that person's chapter -- who they were as people (not just dinosaurs we're required to learn about...) but the rest of it made me feel I was TRULY EARNING my degree. I don't even have constructive criticism to give the authors a heads-up about HOW to "save themselves" -- it's done quite well if you're looking for well referenced, and concise information... but if you're just looking to SURVIVE A REQUIREMENT, rent the book and spend the difference in price of buying it used on COFFEE! ;)

  • Reading this alone I suspect you won't get much out of it. It's meant to be read with the original texts, but that said it is incredibly helpful. I still return to it often to help me understand something.

    It is VERY VERY dry, but it's classical sociological theory, so you're going to find that regardless. Still, it provides details that can make the original texts much more approachable and give an idea what you're supposed to be getting out of it where you might otherwise be stuck with a big "okay, so...?" from the original texts.

    Do yourself a favor and give this book a chance even if at first it is difficult. Sometimes it takes reading the passages in it, the source material, and then back again before stuff clicks, but it worth the effort if you need to do well with classical theory.

  • Good text for sociology

  • Ritzer never captures my attention much. Meh

  • This book reads like the instruction manual for a rocket ship. I don't think I learned a single thing from it because I gave up trying to understand it after the introductory chapter. So many quotations from the original theorist with no explanation or examples. It was impossible to read. Ugh, waste of a semester.

  • I needed this for class. It's a well written textbook, all considering. I appreciate the layout and the references to those ignored historically as sociologists. The delivery was timely and the condition was pristine.

  • This was a required text for a class...boring right? I was required to test on the majority of the book. I actually enjoyed reading this book! It's so well written and interesting. Ritzer reinterates his points so the reader will without fail understand. Highly recommend!

  • The item was brand new just as was described.