In Max Weber: A Skeleton Key Randall Collins gives a concise overview of the work of one of sociology's greatest classic thinkers. The many strands of Weber's theorizing and the breadth and scope of his historical comparisons are here brought clearly into focus. This is an ideal text for students in sociology.
Weber's Life and Personality
Melodramatics and Psychological Mysteries
The Meaning of Ideas in History
Weber's Methodological Essays and Theory of Action
The Meaning of Ideas In History
The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism
The Master Trend of History?
Weber's Vision of Social Change
The Comparative Studies of the World Religions
Weber's Sociological Encyclopedia