The Anthem Companion to Everett Hughes

The Anthem Companion to Everett Hughes

Edited by Rick Helmes-Hayes & Marco Santoro

Anthem Companions to Sociology

PDF, 256 Pages

ISBN:9780857281876

December 2016

£18.36, $30.36

EPUB, 256 Pages

ISBN:9781783085958

December 2016

£18.36, $30.36

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About This Book

The Anthem Companion to Everett Hughes is a comprehensive and updated critical discussion of Hughes’s contribution to sociology and his current legacy in the social sciences. A global team of scholars discusses issues such as the international circulation of Hughes’s work, his intellectual biography, his impact on current ethnographic research practices and the use in current research of such Hughesian concepts as master status, dirty work and bastard institutions. This companion is a useful reference for students of classical sociology, practitioners of ethnographic research and scholars of sociology in the Chicagoan tradition.

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Author Information

Dr Rick Helmes-Hayes is Professor in the Department of Sociology and Legal Studies at the University of Waterloo, Canada.

Dr Marco Santoro is Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Communication at the University of Bologna, Italy.

Series

Anthem Companions to Sociology

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations; Foreword Everett C. Hughes, Great Teacher - Howard S. Becker; Introduction Insight through Craftsmanship: The Sociological Legacy of Everett Hughes - Rick Helmes-Hayes and Marco Santoro; Chapter One Everett Hughes and the Chicago Tradition - Jean-Michel Chapoulie; Chapter Two Studying “Going Concerns”: Everett C. Hughes on Method - Rick Helmes-Hayes; Chapter Three The Natural History of Everett Cherrington Hughes: A Master of Fieldwork - Philippe Vienne; Chapter Four Everett C. Hughes: A Key Figure of the Canadian Chicago School Diaspora - Jacqueline Low and Gary Bowden; Chapter Five Everett Hughes: Notes from an Apprentice - Douglas Harper; Chapter Six An American in Frankfurt: Everett C. Hughes’s Unpublished Book on Germans after the End of the Nazi Regime - Christian Fleck; Chapter Seven The Origins and Evolution of Everett Hughes’s Concept: ‘Master Status’ - Lisa-Jo K. van den Scott and Deborah K. van den Hoonard; Chapter Eight Discovering the Secret of Excellence: Everett Hughes as a Source of Inspiration in Researching Creative Careers - Izabela Wagner; Chapter Nine Everett Hughes on Race: Wedded to an Antiquated Paradigm - Neil McLaughlin and Stephen Steinberg; Notes on Contributors; Index of Names; Index of Subjects.

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