ctnuser4 on January 23rd, 2010

In the early 20th century, sociology expanded in the United States, together with developments in both macro sociology interested in evolution of societies and micro sociology. Based on the pragmatic social psychology of George Herbert Mead, Herbert Blumer and others inspired sociologists developed symbolic interactionism. In Europe, in the Interwar period, sociology usually was both […]

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ctnuser4 on January 21st, 2010

Social research refers to research conducted by social scientists, but also within other disciplines such as social policy, human geography, political science, social anthropology and education. Sociologists and other social scientists study diverse things: from census data on hundreds of thousands of human beings, through the in-depth analysis of the life of a single important […]

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ctnuser4 on January 20th, 2010

Sociology is the scientific study of the company, including models of the social reports/ratios, social interaction, and culture. The sectors studied in sociology can extend from the analysis of briefs contacts between the anonymous individuals on the street being studied of the total social interaction. The many fields in the discipline concentrate on the way […]

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ctnuser4 on January 2nd, 2010

In the sociological theories developed in the nineteenth century men’s masculinity strategies are seen as those of investment, as the game of honor does have economic and political effects. Excluded from the ‘games’ of the men, women are in a critical position; they both recognize the ‘silliness’ of the games and provide the ‘flattering mirror’ […]

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