Max Weber remains a key figure in the rise of sociology as an international discipline in its own right. This study of Weber's sociology, written by an eminent authority, is a clear and illuminating discussion of the most important elements of Weber's thinking.
Table of Contents
Editor's Foreword Preface to the Revised Edition Preface Biographical sketch 1. Methods and Proceedures 2. Beliefs and Social Action 3. Domination and Legitimacy 4. Class, Status and Party 5. Suggestions for Further Reading Notes Index
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