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In: The ISA Handbook of Diverse Sociological Traditions

Chapter 7: Diversity, Dominance, and Plurality in British Sociology

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Diversity, Dominance, and Plurality in British Sociology
Diversity, dominance, and plurality in British sociology
JohnScott

A variety of approaches to social theory have developed in British social thought from the middle of the nineteenth century and have informed the development of empirical social research. Evolutionist, regionalist, and idealist approaches vied for ...

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