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Theoretical Analysis in Sociology

S P Tyagi (Author)
Synopsis Probably Durkheim was the first Sociologist to advance analysis in Sociology. After that max Weber worked on the role of bureaucracy in governance of societies. Edward Shlis in another modern sociologist who had advanced theoretical analysis in sociology. The sociologists are continuously trying to understand the dynamics of world societies and they are seeking the directions of the societies for the future. Now, the sociologists all over the world are applicable to all the societies of the modern world. The book analyses the theories of symbols, perception and causation in sociology besides theories in Anthropology and Sociology. Community as an ecological and cultural areas and its economic and political organizations have also been dealt in this book. It is hoped that the book will provide a world view of sociological analysis and the book will prove to be of immense value to post-graduate students of sociology and the research workers in the field of sociology.
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About the author

S P Tyagi

Dr. S.P. Tyagi did his M.A. in Sociology from Agra University, Agra. He did his Ph.D. from Delhi University. He taught Sociology in various colleges of Delhi. Dr. Tyagi conducted research on many sociological issues in Delhi and the surrounding States. The Govt. and various research organisations have used his sociological findings. Dr. Tyagi has written many books on Sociology and he contributes to national; newspapers and Journals regularly. He is very often associated with Television programs and All India radio.

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Bibliographic information

Title Theoretical Analysis in Sociology
Author S P Tyagi
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8181920643
length viii+208p., 23cm.