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From the Publisher"A remarkably clear, succinct and informative introduction to a complicated subject: the ideal guide through the labyrinth of social theory."
Patrick Baert, University of Cambridge
"Introducing Social Theory is an excellent primer for both undergraduate and postgraduate students interested in the theoretical and philosophical dimensions of the discipline. The work provides a clear and comprehensive account of the main positions and controversies in social theory, skilfully weaving a critique of diverse theoretical debates within the context of the emergence and globalization of modern societies. Through detailed textual exegesis, it rightly addresses the key question of what it is to be human in an increasingly globalized and complex world. It will be required reading on university courses."
Anthony King, University of Exeter
"This highly readable text should be appealing and rewarding to students and instructors alike for its concise and engaging introductory overview of the most important contemporary issues and debates in sociological theory. The ideas of a wide range of figures are summarized, compared, and contrasted, and numerous examples are provided throughout to promote understanding of the theoretical issues and arguments that are covered."
D. Paul Johnson, Texas Tech University