The ISA Handbook of Diverse Sociological Traditions
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The latest title in the ISA handbook series (the previous one being The ISA Handbook in Contemporary Sociology, edited by Ann Denis and Devorah Kalekin-Fishman)
Introduction: Diversities of Sociological Traditions - Sujata Patel
PART I: THE DEBATE - ONE SOCIOLOGY OR MANY SOCIOLOGIES
Chapter 1: One Sociology or Many? - Piotr Sztompka
Chapter 2: Religion and Reform - Farid Syed Alatas
Chapter 3: Learning From Each Other - Sociology on a World Scale - Raewyn Connell
Chapter 4: Forging Global Sociology from Below - Michael Burawoy
PART II: BEYOND THE CLASSICAL THEORISTS: EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN SOCIOLOGY TODAY
Chapter 5: Sociology in the Spiral of Holism and Individualism - Louis Chauval
Chapter 6: Various Traditions and Approaches of German Sociology - Karl-Siebert Rehberg
Chapter 7: Diversity, Dominance and Plurality in British Sociology - John Scott
Chapter 8: Sociology, Science and Profession - Analia Torres
Chapter 9: Visions and Divisions of American Sociology - Craig Calhoun, Troy Duster & Jonathan Van Antwerpen
PART III: LOCAL TRADITIONS AND UNIVERSAL SOCIOLOGIES
Chapter 10: Post-Communist Democratization and the Practice of Sociology in Central and Eastern Europe - Janusz Mucha & Mike F. Keen
Chapter 11: What is Russian Sociological Tradition? - Elena Zdravomyslova
Chapter 12: Traditions and ruptures in Hungarian sociology - Dénes Némedi
Chapter 13: Rediscovering Sociology in Bulgaria - Pepka Boyadjieva
PART IV: AUTHORITARIANISM AND CHALLENGES TO SOCIOLOGY IN LATIN AMERICA
Chapter 14: Five Dilemmas of Latin America sociology - Roberto Briceño-León
Chapter 15: The Creation of New Social Theory in Latin America - Fernanda Beigel
Chapter 16: Trajectories of Brazilian Sociology - Maria Stella, Grossi Porto & Tom Dwyer
Chapter 17: Dilemmas, Challenges and Uncertain Boundaries of Argentinean Sociology - Diego Pereyra
PART V: THE COLONIAL HERITAGE AND ITS SOGIOLOGICAL TRADITIONS
Chapter 18: Sociology in West Africa - Ebrima Sall Codesria & Jean-Bernard Ouedraogo
Chapter 19: The Forging of a National Sociological Tradition in South Africa - Tina Uys
Chapter 20: Palestinian Sociological Production - Sari Hanafi
Chapter 21: Israeli Sociology in Universities and Beyond - Victor Azarya
Chapter 22: Sociology in Iran: Between Politics, Religion and Western Influence - Ali Akbar Mahdi
Chapter 23: At Crosssroads - Sociology in India - Sujata Patel
Chapter 24: Ethnicity/race within Sociology in the Commonwealth Caribbean - Ann Denis
PART VI: LOCAL OR UNIVERSAL - IDENTITY AND DIFFERENCE IN THE SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAR EAST
Chapter 25: A New Agenda for the Sociology of Transformation in China - Shen Yuan & Guo Yuhua (translated by Ching Kwan Lee)
Chapter 25: Evaluating Sociologists in Taiwan - Ming-Chang Tsai
Chapter 26: Sociology in Post World War II Japan - Koto Yousuke
Chapter 27: Institutionalizing Sociological Practice in the Philippines - Emma Porio
Chapter 28: Antipodean Traditions of Sociology - Charles Crothers
"A brilliant treasury of wisdom and insight drawn from leading sociologists throughout the world...It is a striking achievement, of which the International Sociological Association can be very proud, to have brought so many independent-minded scholars into so productive a dialogue."
- Dennis Smith, Professor of Sociology, Loughborough UniversityTwenty-nine chapters from prominent international contributors discuss, challenge and re-conceptualise the global discipline of sociology, evaluating the diversities within and between sociological traditions of many regions and nation-states. They assess all aspects of the discipline: ideas and theories; scholars and scholarship; practices and traditions; and ruptures and continuities through an international perspective.