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Bibliography of Sociology
This bibliography of sociology is a list of works, organized by subdiscipline, on the subject of sociology. Some of the works are selected from general anthologies of sociology; other works are selected because they are notable enough to be mentioned in a general history of sociology or one of its subdisciplines.
Puts forward a thesis that Puritanethic and ideas had influenced the development of capitalism. However religious devotion usually was accompanied by rejection of mundane affairs including economic pursuit. Why was that not the case with Protestantism? Weber addresses that paradox in that work.
— (1982) . Les Règles de la Méthode Sociologique [The rules of sociological method] (in French). transl. by W. D. Halls with an introduction by Steven Lukes (1st American ed.). New York, N.Y.: Free Press. ISBN978-0-02-907940-9.
Ronald P. DoreBritish factory, Japanese factory; the origins of national diversity in industrial relations
John Goldthorpe, David Lockwood, Frank Bechhofer and Jennifer Platt The Affluent Worker: Industrial Attitudes and Behaviour
Environmental sociology studies the relationship between society and environment, particularly the social factors that cause environmental problems, the societal impacts of those problems, and efforts to solve the problems.
Hannigan, John A. (1995). Environmental sociology : a social constructionist perspective (Reprint ed.). London: Routledge. ISBN978-0-415-11255-0.
Argues that a society's willingness to recognize and solve environmental problems depends more upon the way these claims are presented by a limited number of interest groups than upon the severity of the threat they pose.
Schnaiberg, Alan; Gould, Kenneth Alan (2000). Environment and society : the enduring conflict. Caldwell, NJ: Blackburn. ISBN1-930665-00-8.
Demonstrates how our global economy requires increasing levels of economic expansion, which in turn requires increasing withdrawals for the natural environment.
Michelson, William (2002). Dunlap, Riley E. (ed.). Handbook of environmental sociology (1st published. ed.). Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press. ISBN978-0-313-26808-3.
Provides an overview of the field of environmental sociology and its various research emphases.
Ethnography of microbiologists working at the Salk Institute. Explains the elevation of observations to the level of fact through a system of credibility. Started the ethnographic laboratory studies movement in the sociology of knowledge.
Fleck, Ludwik (1981). Trenn, Thaddeus J.; Merton, Robert K. (eds.). Genesis and development of a scientific fact. Translated by Fred Bradley; Thaddeus J. Trenn. Foreword by Thomas S. (Phoenix ed.). Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ISBN978-0-226-25325-1.
Political sociology was traditionally concerned with how social trends, dynamics, and structures of domination affect formal political processes, as well as exploring how various social forces work together to change political policies. Now it is also concerned with the formation of identity through social interaction, the politics of knowledge and other aspects of social relations.
The sociology of religion concerns the role of religion in society: practices, historical backgrounds, developments and universal themes. There is particular emphasis on the recurring role of religion in all societies and throughout recorded history.
Wasserman, Stanley; Faust, Katherine (1999) . Social network analysis : methods and applications (Reprint. ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press. ISBN978-0-521-38707-1.
These three books present a good basic introduction to social network analysis. Scott is the most general and most recent. Wasserman and Faust presents thorough methodological coverage. Wellman and Berkowitz is the most readable, theoretical and provides many case studies.
Parsons, Talcott (1968) . The structure of social action : a study in social theory with special reference to a group of recent European writers (Pbk. (new) ed.). New York: Free Press. ISBN978-0-02-924240-7.
—; Shils, Edward A. (2001) . Toward a general theory of action : theoretical foundations for the social sciences. With a new introduction by Neil J.Smelser (Abridged ed.). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. ISBN978-0-7658-0718-2.
Herron, Nancy L., ed. (2002). The social sciences (Third ed.). Greenwood Village, CO: Libraries unlimited. ISBN978-1-56308-985-5.
Hiller, Harry H.; Langlois, Simon (2001). "The Most Important Books/Articles in Canadian Sociology in the Twentieth Century: A Report". Canadian Journal of Sociology. 26 (3): 513-516. doi:10.2307/3341899. JSTOR3341899.
Lauer, Robert H.; Lauer, Jeanette C., eds. (2007). Sociology : windows on society : an anthology (7th ed.). Los Angeles, Calif.: Roxbury Publishing. ISBN978-0-19-533052-6.