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📒Twenty Years Of The Journal Of Historical Sociology ✍ Yoke-Sum Wong
✏Twenty Years of the Journal of Historical Sociology Book Summary : Over the last twenty years the Journal of HistoricalSociology has redefined what historical sociology can be. Theseessays by internationally distinguished historians, sociologists,anthropologists and geographers bring together the very best of theJHS. Volume 1 focuses on the British state, Volume 2 on thejournal’s wider interdisciplinary challenges. The second in a two-volume anthology representing the bestarticles published in The Journal of Historical Sociologyover the last twenty years. Includes essays, debates and responses written byinternationally distinguished historians, sociologists,anthropologists and geographers as well as by pioneering newerscholars have been influential in challenging and redefining thefield of historical sociology. Spans a range of issues and topics that combine rich empiricalscholarship with sophisticated theoretical engagement, bringingtogether the very best of the JHS. Challenges the nature of undertaking interdisciplinary workwithin history and the social sciences. A wide exploration of the historiographical, taking us beyondEurope and often highlighting unconventional approaches to thedisciplines.
📒Twenty Years Of The Journal Of Historical Sociology ✍ Yoke-Sum Wong
✏Twenty Years of the Journal of Historical Sociology Book Summary : Over the last twenty years the Journal of HistoricalSociology has redefined what historical sociology can be. Theseessays by internationally distinguished historians, sociologists,anthropologists and geographers bring together the very best of theJHS. Volume 1 focuses on the British state, Volume 2 on thejournal’s wider interdisciplinary challenges. The first in a two-volume anthology representing the bestarticles published in The Journal of Historical Sociologyover the last twenty years. Includes essays, debates and responses written byinternationally distinguished historians, sociologists,anthropologists and geographers as well as by pioneering newerscholars have been influential in challenging and redefining thefield of historical sociology. Spans a range of issues and topics that combine rich empiricalscholarship with sophisticated theoretical engagement, bringingtogether the very best of the JHS. A collection of essays on state formation from medieval timesto the present, focussing mainly on the British state.
📒Historical Sociology In India ✍ Hetukar Jha
✏Historical Sociology in India Book Summary : This book is a comprehensive study of historical sociology and its development, especially in the Indian context. It looks at the works of Indian sociologists and analyses their approaches in terms of book-view (normative) and field-view (descriptive) history. The volume: critically appraises reports of empirical surveys conducted during early colonial rule including those by H. T. Colebrooke, Francis Buchanan, William Adam; engages with the works of sociologists such as M. N. Srinivas, Ramkrishna Mukherjee, Louis Dumont, Nicholas Dirks, Bernard Cohn, Yogendra Singh, D. N. Dhanagare, A. M Shah, T. K. Oommen, among others; and shows how historical perspective has been adopted in understanding aspects of Indian society villages, castes, traditions, socio-cultural change, education, peasants and their movements, etc.Presenting an alternative idea of social reality, this book will deeply interest students and scholars of sociology, social theory, and social history.
📒The Historical Sociology Of Japanese Martial Arts ✍ Raul Sanchez Garcia
✏The Historical Sociology of Japanese Martial Arts Book Summary : This is the first long-term analysis of the development of Japanese martial arts, connecting ancient martial traditions with the martial arts practised today. The Historical Sociology of Japanese Martial Arts captures the complexity of the emergence and development of martial traditions within the broader Japanese Civilising Process. The book traces the structured process in which warriors’ practices became systematised and expanded to the Japanese population and the world. Using the theoretical framework of Norbert Elias’s process-sociology and drawing on rich empirical data, the book also compares the development of combat practices in Japan, England, France and Germany, making a new contribution to our understanding of the socio-cultural dynamics of state formation. Throughout this analysis light is shed onto a gender blind spot, taking into account the neglected role of women in martial arts. The Historical Sociology of Japanese Martial Arts is important reading for students of Socio-Cultural Perspectives in Sport, Sociology of Physical Activity, Historical Development of Sport in Society, Asian Studies, Sociology and Philosophy of Sport, and Sports History and Culture. It is also a fascinating resource for scholars, researchers and practitioners interested in the historical and socio-cultural aspects of combat sport and martial arts.
📒Handbook Of Historical Sociology ✍ Gerard Delanty
✏Handbook of Historical Sociology Book Summary : This Handbook consists of 26 chapters on historical sociology. Part One is devoted to Foundations, Part Two moves on to consider major approaches and Part Three is devoted to the major themes in historical sociology. Systematic and informative it offers readers the most complete and authoritative guide to historical sociology.
📒Vision And Method In Historical Sociology ✍ Conference on Methods of Historical Social Analysis (1979 : Cambridge Mass.)
✏Vision and Method in Historical Sociology Book Summary : These essays focus on the careers and contributions of nine scholars who worked on the intersections of social theory and history viewed on a grand scale. They include: Marc Bloch, Karl Polanyi, S. N. Eisenstadt, Reinhard Bendix, Perry Anderson, E. P. Thompson, Charles Tilly, Immanuel Wallerstein and Barrington Moore Jr.
📒The Longue Dur E Of The Far Right ✍ Richard Saull
✏The Longue Dur e of the Far Right Book Summary : This volume brings together a number of international scholars to offer an original analysis of far-right movements and politics, challenging the existing literature through a very different methodological and theoretical perspective. The approach offered here is that of ‘longue durée’ analysis, whereby the far-right is understood as an evolving subject of capitalist modernity. The authors argue that an assessment of the contemporary characteristics of the far-right needs to consider the ways in which it is a product of deeper and longer-term structures of socio-economic and political development, than, for example, the inter-war crises of capitalism. The book aims to provide a critical and theoretically-informed assessment of the history of the far-right that centres on the international as key to any understanding its evolution, and which distinguishes between the fascist and non-fascist variants as an essential precondition for comprehending the far-right presence in contemporary politics
📒Does War Make States ✍ Lars Bo Kaspersen
✏Does War Make States Book Summary : This engaging volume scrutinises the causal relationship between warfare and state formation, using Charles Tilly's work as a foundation.
📒Max Weber S Comparative Historical Sociology ✍ Associate Director of Sociology Stephen Kalberg
✏Max Weber s Comparative Historical Sociology Book Summary : The revival of historical sociology in recent decades has largely neglected the contributions of Max Weber. Yet Weber's writings offer a fundamental resource for analyzing problems of comparative historical development. Stephen Kalberg rejects the view that Weber's historical writings consist of an ambiguous mixture of fragmented ideal types on the one hand and the charting of vast processes of rationalization and bureaucracy on the other. On the contrary, Weber's substantive work offers a coherent and distinctive model for comparative analysis. A reconstruction of Weber's comparative historical method, Kalberg argues, uncovers a sophisticated outlook that addresses problems of agency and structure, multiple causation, and institutional interpretation. Kalberg shows how such a representation of Weber's work casts a direct light upon issues of pressing importance in comparative historical studies today. Weber addresses in a forceful way the whole range of issues confronted by the comparative historical enterprise. Once the full analytical and empirical power of Weber's historical writings becomes clear, Weber's work can be seen to generate procedures and strategies appropriate to the study of present day as well as past social processes. Written in an accessible and engaging fashion, this book will appeal to students and professionals in the areas of sociology, anthropology, and comparative history.
📒A Historical Sociology Of Disability ✍ Bill Hughes
✏A Historical Sociology of Disability Book Summary : Covering the period from Antiquity to Early Modernity, A Historical Sociology of Disability argues that disabled people have been treated in Western society as good to mistreat and – with the rise of Christianity – good to be good to. It examines the place and role of disabled people in the moral economy of the successive cultures that have constituted ‘Western civilisation’. This book is the story of disability as it is imagined and re-imagined through the cultural lens of ableism. It is a story of invalidation; of the material habituations of culture and moral sentiment that paint pictures of disability as ‘what not to be’. The author examines the forces of moral regulation that fall violently in behind the dehumanising, ontological fait accompli of disability invalidation, and explores the ways in which the normate community conceived of, narrated and acted in relation to disability. A Historical Sociology of Disability will be of interest to all scholars, students and activists working in the field of Disability Studies, as well as sociology, education, philosophy, theology and history. It will appeal to anyone who is interested in the past, present and future of the ‘last civil rights movement’.