Talcott Parsons: Critical Assessments, Volume 3
Talcott Parsons (1904-79) is widely regarded as one of the most important sociologists of the twentieth century. These four volumes provide an essential guide to the thought and work of this major sociologist.
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The Applicability of Parsons Theory of the Social System to Blacks
Voluntarism and StructuralFunctionalism in Parsons Early Work
The Eclipse of History
The Structure of
Parsonss Evolutionary Theme
The Conflicting Views of Symbolic
A critique of Camics History
The Normative Status of Talcott Parsons and David Eastons
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