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This collection of essays contains a selection of readings from the works of the pre-eminent social theorist, Anthony Giddens. A wide range of theoretical issues are covered, including the author's encounter with the writings of Marx, Durkheim, Weber, Parsons and Foucault. The "reader" also presents elaborations of Giddens' own approach to the fundamental questions of social theory. His views on power, time-space and the relationship between action and structure are represented, as are his analyses of the "late modern age".
ANTHONY GIDDENS is Professor of Sociology and a Fellow of King's College, Cambridge.
Release date NZ
August 10th, 1993
Edited by Philip Cassell
Country of Publication
IX, 368 p.
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