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Quantitative SociologyNot only does Agger exorcise the living ghosts who write sociology and regulate its institutional network, he lays bare for all to see, the carefully hidden secrets of the discipline. Such an analysis offers a bold critique of those of us who practice sociology professionally. It forces us to face up to and figure out what is important and unimportant in what we do.
Those not enraged by this book will laugh themselves silly, when, like us, they are not choking back the tears of their own embarrassment.
— Charles Lemert and Audrey Sprenger