Sociological theory, values, and sociocultural change; essays in honor of Pitirim A. Sorokin ed. by Edward A. Tiryakian.
- New York Harper & Row [1967, c1963]
xv, 302 p. 21 cm.
- Sorokin, Pitirim Aleksandrovich, 1889-1968.
Sociology -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
- Preface, by E. A. Tiryakian.
Lessons from Sorokin, by A. K. Davis.
Some problems for a unified theory of human nature, by M. J. Levy, Jr.
Christianity and modern industrial society, by T. Parsons.
Sociological dilemmas: five paradoxes of institutionalization, by T. F. O'Dea.
Sociological ambivalence, by R. K. Merton and E. Barber.
Is American business becoming professionalized? Analysis of a social ideology, by B. Barber.
Conditions for the realization of values remote in time, by W. Firey.
The temporal structure of organizations, by W. E. Moore.
Social structure and the multiplicity of times, by G. Gurvitch.
Social change and social systems, by C. P. Loomis.
Some reflections on the nature of cultural integration and change, by F. R. Kluckhohn.
Convergence of the major human family systems during the space age, by C. C. Zimmerman.
Don Luigi Sturzo's sociological theory, by N. S. Timasheff.
Disjunctive processes in an academic milieu, by L. Wilson.
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Includes bibliographical references.
Bibliography of Pitirim A. Sorokin: p. 295-302.
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