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The New Blackwell Companion to Social Theory

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640 pages
A comprehensive new collection covering the principal traditions and critical contemporary issues of social theory.
  • Builds on the success of The Blackwell Companion to Social Theory, second edition with substantial revisions, entirely new contributions, and a fresh editorial direction
  • Explores contemporary areas such as actor network theory, social constructionism, human rights and cosmopolitanism
  • Includes chapters on demography, science and technology studies, and genetics and social theory
  • Emphasizes key areas of sociology which have had an important impact in shaping the discipline as a whole
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List of Contributors
Contents
Introduction: A New Agenda for Social Theory? Bryan S. Turner
PART I FOUNDATIONS 1 The Foundations of Social Theory Gerard Delanty  2 Contemporary Sociological Theory: PostParsonian Developments John Holmwood  3 Philosophy of the Social Sciences Patrick Baert and Fernando Domínguez Rubio
PART II ACTIONS, ACTORS, AND SYSTEMS 4 Theories of Social Action Rob Stones  5 Functionalism and Social Systems Theory Giuseppe Sciortino  6 Structuralism and Poststructuralism Daniel Chaffee and Charles Lemert  7 Actor Network Theory and Material Semiotics John Law  8 Ethnomethodology and Social Theory Richard A. Hilbert  9 Rational Choice Theory Raymond Boudon
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vicontents PART III PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ANALYSIS10 Pragmatism and Symbolic Interactionism Jack Barbalet 11 Phenomenology Michael G. Flaherty 12 Feminist Theory Mary Evans 13 Postmodern Social Theory Jan Pakulski 14 Social Constructionism Darin Weinberg 15 Conversation Analysis as Social Theory John Heritage 16 Globalization Theory John Boli and Frank J. Lechner
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PART IV SOCIOLOGY AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCESGenetics and Social Theory Oonagh Corrigan Economic Sociology Richard Swedberg Cultural Sociology Isaac Reed and Jeffrey C. Alexander Historical Sociology Krishan Kumar The Sociology of Religion Michele Dillon Demography John MacInnes and Julio Pérez Díaz ScienceandTechnologyStudies:FromControversiestoPosthumanist Social Theory Sophia Roosth and Susan Silbey
PART V NEW DEVELOPMENTS24 Mobilities and Social Theory John Urry 25 Sociological Theory and Human Rights: Two Logics, One World Judith Blau and Alberto Moncada
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contents26 The Sociology of the Body Bryan S. Turner 27 Cosmopolitanism and Social Theory Daniel Chernilo 28 The Future of Social Theory Stephen Turner
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