About 39 results for the topic "emile durkheim"
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By rc rhodes · 1978 · cited by 57 — emile durkheim and the historical thought of. marc bloch. r. colbert rhodes ... historiography of his time was the sociology of durkheim. bloch, a professor.
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Emile durkheim is widely regarded as the father of sociology. educated as a philosopher, later an academic of pedagogy, he argued that neither.
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By pc young · 1962 · cited by 3 — in this study of social solidarity durkheim found himself confronted with the moral phenomenon of social solidarity ''11hich is not conducive to exact ...
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Durkheim wanted to make the study of social phenomena more scientific. • he was looking for regularities: when one comes in contact with social phenomena, one ...
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Durkheim. emile. 1858-1917. the rules of sociological method. translation of: les regles de la methode sociologique. 1. sociology-methodology. i. lukes.
English]. the elementary forms of religious life/ emile durkheim; translated and with an introduction by karen e. fields. p. cm. translation of: les formes ...
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Education: its nature. and its role. emile durkheim. 1. definitions of education. critical examination. the word "education" has sometimes been used.
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By emile durkheim. translated by john a. spaulding and george simpson. edited with an introduction by george simpson. the free press.
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The need for an english 'transfation of emile durkheim's ... durkheim refers tothe plural “progr&s” of the division of labor, implying not the ethical term, ...