Cantitate/Preț
Produs

Historical Methods in the Social Sciences (SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods)

Editat de John A Hall, Joseph M Bryant
Notă GoodReads:
en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – 22 Jun 2005
Historical methods are at the foundation of research in the social sciences. This synthesizing and integrative project on the methodology of historical social science addresses programmatic objectives, interpretive principles, explanatory logic, and substantive applications to form a unique contribution to the field. Historical Methods in the Social Sciences offers the broadest disciplinary coverage available - with contributions from prominent historians, sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, economists, psychologists, and philosophers - and also features a deeper and broader interdisciplinary engagement with the most pressing issues of theory and method. By republishing many of the most seminal contributions in the field of historical social science, this four-volume set draws together some of the most illuminating reflections on historical-sociological research practices presently available, and should thus serve as an indispensable scholarly source for all those engaged in this interdisciplinary enterprise.
Citește tot Restrânge

Din seria SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods

Preț: 370254 lei

Preț vechi: 389741 lei
-5%

Puncte Express: 5554

Preț estimativ în valută:
74180 81868$ 65227£

Carte disponibilă

Livrare economică 31 octombrie-06 noiembrie

Preluare comenzi: 021 569.72.76

Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781412903707
ISBN-10: 141290370X
Pagini: 1664
Dimensiuni: 164 x 241 x 121 mm
Greutate: 3.13 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

Volume One: Historical Social Science: Presuppositions and Prescriptions
Introduction
Towards Integration and Unity in the Human Sciences: The Project of Historical Sociology
A Classical Exordium
Critical Studies in the Logic of the Cultural Sciences - Max Weber
Foundations of the Critique of Political Economy - Karl Marx
PART ONE: HISTORY AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
Unity and Diversity in the Human Sciences - Fernand Braudel
From Social History to the History of Society - Eric Hobsbawm
The Historical Method in Social Science - M M Postan
History, Sociology, Historical Sociology - Philip Abrams
Future History - Charles Tilly
History and Anthropology - Bernard Cohn
The State of Play
History and Anthropology - Clifford Geertz
Why Is Economics Not an Evolutionary Science? - Thorstein Veblen
Economic History and Economics - Robert Solow
Not Just What, but When - Paul Pierson
Timing and Sequence in Political Processes
The Use and Abuse of Psychology in History - Frank Manuel
Towards the Problem of the Historical Nature of Psychological Processes - Alexander Luria
Social Psychology as History - Kenneth Gergen
Volume Two: Foundations of Historical-Sociological Inquiry
Introduction
The Historicality of Human Social Existence: The Search for a Grounded, Synthesizing Analytics
PART TWO: Ontology of the Social-Historical
Section One: Nominalism, Social Realism and Dialectical Totality
Holism versus Individualism in History and Sociology - Ernest Gellner
Historical Explanation in the Social Sciences - J W N Watkins
Reply to Mr Watkins - Ernest Gellner
Sociology and Empirical Research - Theodore Adorno
Contributions to a Phenomenology of Historical Materialism - Herbert Marcuse
Reification and the Sociological Critique of Consciousness - Peter Berger and Stanley Pullberg
Explanation and Understanding - Paul Ricoeur
On Some Remarkable Connections among the Theory of the Text, Theory of Action and Theory of History
Morphogenesis versus Structuration - Margaret Archer
On Combining Structure and Action
Theory of Action, Dialectic and History - William Sewell Jr
Comment on Coleman
Actors and Actions in Social History and Social Theory - James Coleman
Reply to Sewell
Transcending General Linear Reality - Andrew Abbott
Section Two: Temporality and Causality
Temporality - Jean-Paul Sartre
Phenomenology of the Three Temporal Dimensions
Time - George Herbert Mead
History and the Social Sciences - Fernand Braudel
The <i>Longue Dur[ac]ee
The TimeSpace of World-Systems Analysis - Immanuel Wallerstein
Historical Sociology and Time - Ronald Aminzade
Temporality and Process in Social Life - Andrew Abbott
Causes, Connections and Conditions in History - Michael Scriven
History, Differential Equations and the Problem of Narration - Donald McCloskey
Comparing Historical Sequences - A Powerful Tool for Causal Analysis - Dietrich Rueschemeyer and John Stephens
Volume Three: The Logic of Historical-Sociological Inquiry
Introduction
Evidence, Interpretation and Explanation in Historical Social Science
PART THREE: EXPLANATORY DISPUTES AND CHALLENGES
Section One: From Laws That 'Cover' to Narratives That 'Bind'?
The Uses of History in Sociology - John Goldthorpe
Reflections on Some Recent Tendencies
Evidence and Explanation in History and Sociology - Joseph M Bryant
Critical Reflections on Goldthorpe's Critique of Historical Sociology
John Goldthorpe and the Relics of Sociology - Nicky Hart
In Defence of 'Grand' Historical Sociology - Nicos Mouzelis
In Praise of Macro-Sociology - A Reply to Goldthorpe - Michael Mann
Have Historical Sociologists Forsaken Theory - Jill Quadagno and Stan Knapp
Narrative and the Real World - David Carr
An Argument for Continuity
Section Two: Historical Evidence and the Logic of Hermeneutics
Evidence and Inference in History - Raymond Aron
Four Types of Inference from Documents to Events - Vernon K Dibble
Evidence and Proof in Documentary Research, I and II - Jennifer Platt
The Wrong Way through the Telescope - Peter Laslett
A Note on Literary Evidence in Sociology and in Historical Sociology
Archaeological Cables and Tacking - Alison Wylie
Colonial Archives and the Arts of Governance - Ann Laura Stoler
Section Three: Emplotment, Rhetoric and the Postmodernist Challenge
The Discourse of History - Roland Barthes
The Question of Narrative in Contemporary Historical Theory - Hayden White
On Sources and Narratives in Historical Social Science - Joseph M Bryant
Progress in Historical Studies - Raymond Martin
Volume Four: Social Worlds in Flux: Legacies and Transformations
Introduction
Theories and Methods Applied: Research Exemplars in Historical Social Science
PART FOUR: EXPLICATING THE DIALECTIC OF STRUCTURE, CULTURE AND AGENCY
Section One: Origins, Trajectories, Legacies
Technological Innovation and Economic Progress in the Ancient World - M I Finley
Origins and Traditions in Islam and Christianity - Bryan S Turner
A Modified View of Our Origins - Louis Dumont
The Christian Beginnings of Modern Individualism
The Islamic Commerical Crisis - Timur Kuran
Institutional Roots of Economic Underdevelopment in the Middle East
Blood and Debt - Miguel Angel Centeno
War and Taxation in Nineteenth-Century Latin America
The Historical Roots of Our Ecological Crisis - Lynn White Jr
Clio and the Economics of QWERTY - Paul A David
Section Two: Conjunctures, Ruptures, Transformations
Conquistador y Pestilencia - Alfred Crosby
The First New World Pandemic and the Fall of the Great Indian Empires
Three Faces of Cruelty - Randall Collins
Towards a Comparative Sociology of Violence
Pump and Circumstance - Steven Shapin
Robert Boyle's Literary Technology
Time, Work Discipline and Industrial Capitalism - E P Thompson
Goodbye to Tristes Tropes - Marshall Sahlins
Ethnography in the Context of Modern World History
Were the Perpetrators of Genocide 'Ordinary Men' or 'Real Nazis'? Results from Fifteen Hundred Biographies - Michael Mann
The Production of Possession - Aihwa Ong
Spirits and the Multinational Corporation in Malaysia
Bureaucracy, Friends and Money - Frank Pieke
The Growth of Capital Socialism in China