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This latest edition to the ISA handbook series actively engages with the many traditions of sociology in the world. Twenty-nine chapters from prominent international contributors discuss, challenge and re-conceptualize the global discipline of sociology; evaluating the diversities within and between sociological traditions of many regions and nation-states. They assess all aspects of the discipline: ideas and theories; scholars and scholarship; practices and traditions; ruptures and continuities through an international perspective. Its goal is to become a text for debating the contours of international sociology.

Traditions and Ruptures in Hungarian Sociology 1900–2000
Traditions and ruptures in Hungarian sociology 1900–2000
DénesNémedi

Hungarian sociology in the strict academic sense is only about forty years old. However, if we define social research in a broad sense, including initiatives outside of the academic world, its beginnings can be traced to the end of the ...

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