The Anthem Companion to Max Weber

The Anthem Companion to Max Weber

Edited by Alan Sica

Anthem Companions to Sociology

‘The Anthem Companion to Max Weber’ offers the best contemporary work on Max Weber, written by the best scholars currently working in this field. Original, authoritative and wide-ranging, the critical assessments of this volume will make it ideal for Weber students and scholars alike.

PDF, 310 Pages

ISBN:9781783083817

September 2016

£18.36, $30.36

EPUB, 310 Pages

ISBN:9781783083800

September 2016

£18.36, $30.36

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About This Book

The Anthem Companion to Max Weber is a study of the ideas and career of the German sociologist and founder of classical social theory. Including contributions by accomplished Weber scholars, this companion provides the latest scholarly interpretations of the sociologist’s vast body of socioeconomic and political writings which continue to inspire new scholarship and debate on global politics, comparative religion, social class relationships, social science methods and law and society. This book serves as a handy introduction for beginners and a tidy commentary for advanced scholars.

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Alan Sica is professor of sociology and founding director of the Social Thought Program at Pennsylvania State University. Former editor of the journals Sociological Theory and Contemporary Sociology, he has written and edited several books on social theory, particularly on Max Weber. Sica has taught at Amherst College and at the universities of Kansas, Chicago, California/Riverside and Pennsylvania.

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