C Wright Mills An American Utopia
Simon and Schuster, ٠١/٠٤/١٩٨٥ - 352 من الصفحات
A biography of legendary sociologist C. Wright Mills, author of The Power Elite and White Collar, among other works, by eminent sociologist Irving L. Horowitz.
Charles Wright Mills (1916-1962) was a famed sociologist, social commentator and critic. Noted for his anti-authoritarian, flamboyant character and radical ideas, he has been described as an ‘American Utopian’ – committed to social change, angered by the oppression he saw around him, and critical of what he saw as evidence of U.S. imperialism. His legacy includes a series of classic books – including The Power Elite, White Collar, and The Sociological Imagination -- and he has made a distinctive contribution to American sociological theory, especially in the area of class, power and social structure.
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Ishmael in North Star Country
Pacifism in Wartime Washington
Marginality in Morningside Heights
Pragmatism and the Revolt Against Formalism
From the Sociology of Knowledge to the Knowledge
The Protestant Weber and the Spirit of American
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