Dr. Cedric de Leon explains comparative historical sociology and discusses his particular areas of interest, which include right-to-work law and the transition from slavery to capitalist democracy. He points out that sociologists often work completely isolated from other types of sociologists, but topics like Ferguson and the Black Lives Matter movement are causing different areas of study to converge.
Cedric de Leon Discusses Comparative Historical Sociology
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