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Despite their role in founding and defining the discipline of sociology, the field's classical theorists typically receive only cursory attention in standard introductory texts. Written specifically for undergraduate students, this supplemental text, Fred Pampel's Sociological Lives and Ideas brings to life the fundamental ideas of Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, Georg Simmel, George H. Mead, and W.E.B. DuBois by placing them in the context of each theorists' biography. By exploring the lives and times of these key figures, students will gain a richer understanding of their intellectual legacies, as well as of the ways in which their work can be applied to current issues.
1. The Sources of Human Misery: Karl Marx and the Centrality of Social Class
2. The Problem of Social Order: Emile Durkheim and Morality in Modern Societies
3. A Prophet of Doom: Max Weber and the Spread of Rationality
4. Impressions of Everyday Life: Georg Simmel and Forms of Social Interaction
5. Uniting Self and Society: George Herbert Mead and Symbolic Interaction
*6. W.E.B DuBois: The Tragedy of Race in America (NEW CHAPTER)