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Time line for the history of science and social science

Crimtim: A criminology and deviancy theory history timeline


Abercrombie, N. and others 2000 The Penguin Dictionary of Sociology 4th edition. England. Clays Ltd.

Acton, J. (Lord) 1895 Inaugural Lecture on the Study of History. Delivered at Cambridge, June 1895, reprinted in Lectures on Modern History, originally published 1906, page number from Fontana reprint 1960.

Aiken, H.D. (Editor) 1956 The Age of Ideology. The Nineteenth Century Philosophers. New American Library

Amy Allen

Allen, Amy, 2005 "Feminist Perspectives on Power", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2005 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (editor). Available at

Louis Althusser weblinks

Althusser & Balibar 1970 Reading Capital Two essays, one by Althusser, the other by Étienne Balibar, which were presented as papers to a seminar on Marx's "Capital" at the Étiennecole Normale Supétiennerieure in 1965...' - London NLB. Originally published in two vols as Lire Le Capital Paris: Maspero, 1965

Stanislav Andreski
University of Reading

Andreski, S. 1971 Herbert Spencer: Structure, Function and Evolution. Edited with an introductory essay. Nelson

Andreski, S. 1974 The Essential Comte Croom Helm

Thomas Aquinas weblinks

Aquinas/Summa Summa Theologica by Thomas Aquinas. Available at http://www.intratext.com/IXT/ENG0023/_P1.HTM

Hannah Arendt 1906-1975.

Arendt, H. 1951 The Origins of Totalitarianism New York : Harcourt Brace. Contents: Antisemitism as an outrage to common sense - The Jews, the nation-state, and the birth of antisemitism - The Jews and society - The Dreyfus Affair - The political emancipation of the bourgeoisie - Race-thinking before racism - Race and bureaucracy - Continental imperialism: the pan-movements - The decline of the nation- state and the end of the rights of man - A classless society - The totalitarian movement - Totalitarianism in power - Ideology and terror: a novel form of government.

Philippe Ariès 1914-1984

Ariès, P. 1960 L'enfant et la vie familiale sous l'Ancién Regime - Paris: Plon, 1960. Published in English as Centuries of Childhood London: Cape, 1962. Republished (English, paperback) Penguin Education, 1973 and in Peregrine Books, 1979.

Aristotle weblinks

Aristotle/Metaphysics Metaphysics Translated by W. D. Ross

Aristotle/Politics Politics Translated by Benjamin Jowett 1885. [Oxford 1905 with an introduction and analysis by H.W.C. Davis]

Aron, R. 1967 Main Currents in Sociological Thought Penguin edition

Bacon, F. 1627 Novum Organum: or, True Directions for the Interpretation of Nature

Bahmueller, C.F. 1981 The National Charity Company. Jeremy Bentham's Silent Revolution

Roy Bailey

Bailey, R. and Young, J. 1973 Contemporary Social Problems in Britain. DC Heath, Farnborough.

Richard Bauman and Charles L. Briggs

Bauman, R. and Briggs, C. 2003 Voices of Modernity: Language Ideologies and the Politics of Inequality Cambridge University Press

Zygmunt Bauman (1925-) weblinks

Bauman, Z. 1973 Culture as Praxis. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul

Bauman, Z. 1976/SAC Socialism: The Active Utopia. New York: Holmes and Meier

Bauman, Z. 1976/TCS Towards a Critical Sociology. An Essay on Commonsense and Emancipation

Bauman, Z. 1989 Modernity and The Holocaust

Bauman, Z. 1990 Thinking Sociologically. An Introduction for Everyone Cambridge, Massachusttes: Basil Blackwell.

Bauman, Z. 2000 Liquid Modernity Cambridge, Polity Press

Bauman, Z. and May, T. 2000 Thinking Sociologically Second edition of Bauman, Z. 1990. Revised by Tim May. Basil Blackwell.

Part 1: Action, Identity and Understanding in Everyday Life.
1. Oneself with Others.
2. Viewing and Sustaining Our Lives.
3. The Bonds that Unite: Speaking of 'We'.
Part 2: Living our Lives: Challenges, Choices and Constraints.
4. Decisions and Actions: Power, Choice and Moral Duty.
5. Making it Happen: Gifts, Exchange and Intimacy in Relationships.
6. Care of Our Selves: The Body, Health and Sexuality.
7. Time, Space and (Dis) Order.
8. Drawing Boundaries: Culture, Nature, State and Territory.
9. The Business in Everyday Life: Consumption, Technology and Lifestyles.
Part 3: Looking Back and Looking Forward.
10. Thinking Sociologically.
Questions for Reflection and Further Reading.

Cesare Beccaria
Marquis Cesare Beccaria Bonesana

Beccaria, C. 1764 Dei delitti e delle pene Monaco, 1764 [112 pages]

Beccaria, C. 1767 An Essay on Crimes and Punishments, translated from the Italian; with a commentary, attributed to Monsieur de Voltaire, translated from the French. London : J. Almon, 1767.

Beccaria, C. 1764/1986 On Crimes and Punishments, translated from the Italian by D.Young. Indianapolis, Hackett Publishing

Beccaria, C. 1764/1991 Dei delitti e delle pene First edition. With a Preface by Stefano Rodotà. Overseen by Alberto Burgio. Milan. Feltrinelli

Beccaria, C. 1764/1995 On crimes and punishments and other writings by Cesare Beccaria. Edited by Richard Bellamy and translated [from the Italian] by Richard Davies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Beck, Lewis White (Editor) 1963 Kant on History Bobbs-Merrill

Howard Becker

Becker, H. 11.1999 "The Politics of Presentation: Goffman and Total Institutions - The Problem of Conventional Categories" Available at http://home.earthlink.net/~hsbecker/goffman.html

Belloc, H. 1911 The French Revolution

Bentham Bahmueller - Mill - Roberts 1997 chapter 5 - Werrett
weblinks - reviews

Bentham, J. 1776 A Fragment on Government - Being an examination of what is delivered, on the subject of government in general in the introduction to Sir William Blackstone's Commentaries: by Jeremy Bentham with a Preface, in which is given a critique on the work at large. Available at http://socserv2.mcmaster.ca/~econ/ugcm/3ll3/bentham/government .html (McMaster University's Archive for the History of Economic Thought)

Bentham, J. 1789 An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation available at http://www.la.utexas.edu/research/poltheory/bentham/ipml/index .html (University of Texas at Austin's Classical Utilitarians Website)

Bentham, J. 1793 Manual of Political Economy (written, but not published)

Bentham, J. 1797/Outline Outline of a Work Entitled Pauper Management Improved. Reprinted in French in 1800; in English in 1812.

Bentham, J. 1797/Observations Observations on the Poor Bill (circulated in handwriting)

Bentham, J. 1791 Panopticon; or, the Inspection-House: containing the idea of a new principle of construction applicable to any sort of establishment, in which persons of any description are to be kept under inspection; and in particular to penitentiary-houses, prisons, houses of industry, work-houses, poor-houses, lazarettos, manufactories, hospitals, mad-houses, and schools: with a plan of management adapted to the principle: in a series of letters, written in the year 1787, from Crecheff in White Russia. To a friend in England by Jeremy Bentham, of Lincoln's Inn, esquire. Published in 1791 by T. Payne: in London, 1791 and Thomas Byrne in Dublin. Available at http://cartome.org/panopticon2.htm

Bentham, J. 1830 History of the War Between Jeremy Bentham and George 3rd, By One of the Belligerents.

Adam Barnhart

Barnhart A, D. 1994 Erving Goffman: The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life http://www.cfmc.com/adamb/writings/goffman.htm - (archived at http://web.archive.org/web/20041123024352/http://www.cfmc.com/ adamb/writin gs/goffman.htm)

Peter L. Berger weblinks

Berger, P.L. and Luckmann, T., 1966 The Social Construction of Reality. A Treatise in the Sociology of Knowledge (Penguin 1967) [Fundamental insight: Schutz p.27. Greatly influenced by G.H Mead, and Symbolic Interactionists p.29]

Berger, P.L. 1966 Invitation to Sociology. A Humanistic Perspective.

Berger, P.L. 1969 Marxism and Sociology

Berger, P.L. and Berger, B. 1972 Sociology: A Biographical Approach. (Revised edition 1976)

Bible 1611 The Holy Bible authorised to be read in churches by King James 1 of England in 1611

Extracts related to Social Science History
To reference a Bible, using the Harvard system, you could use a bibliography entry such as the above - with date according to version - and an intext reference on the model (Bible 1611, Genesis, 1:1.) where 1:31 is chapter one, verse thirty one. A list of dates for 20th (and other) century versions of the Bible is provided by Bible-Researcher

Max Black

Black, M. 1961 (Editor) The Social Theories of Talcott Parsons. A critical examination. Prentice Hall


Blackstone, W. 1765/9 (First edition) Commentaries on the Laws of England.

Blackstone, W. 1765/9 (First edition) Commentaries on the Laws of England (Original spelling) available at http://www.yale.edu/lawweb/avalon/blackstone/blacksto.htm - Avalon Project

Blackstone, W. 1765/9 (First edition) Commentaries on the Laws of England (Modernised spelling) available at http://www.lonang.com/exlibris/blackstone - Lonang Library

Blackwood B, Diane 1997 "Erving Goffman" article from Magill's Guide to 20th Century Authors (1997) Salem Press, Pasadena, California. Available at http://www.blackwood.org/Erving.htm

William Blake See Vultee - weblinks - Reviews

bibliography on American Buddha website, followed by text of many of the poems.

Blake, W. 1783 Poetical Sketches available from http://www.english.uga.edu/nhilton/Blake/blaketxt1/poetical_sk etches.html

Blake, W. 1788a There is no Natural Religion (about 1788) available from http://www.blakearchive.org/cgi-bin/nph-dweb/blake/Illuminated - Book/NNR/@Generic__CollectionView;cv=java

Blake, W. 1788b All Religions Are One (about 1788) available from http://www.blakearchive.org/cgi-bin/nph-dweb/blake/Illuminated - Book/ARO/@Generic__CollectionView;cv=java

Blake, W. 1789 Songs of Innocence available from the Blake Page at http://www.gailgastfield.com/innocence/soi.html

Blake, W. 1791 The French Revolution: A Poem in Seven Books

Blake, W. 1792 A Song of Liberty

Blake, W. 1793m The Marriage of Heaven and Hell

Blake, W. 1793v Visions of the Daughters of Albion

Blake, W. 1794e Songs of Experience available from the Blake Page at http://www.gailgastfield.com/experience/soe.html

Blake, W. 1794ie Songs of Innocence and of Experience, shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul.

The order of poems varies. The usual order in modern versions was established by editions Blake prepared in 1818 and 1827. There is a digital edition at http://virtual.park.uga.edu/~wblake/SIE/begin/begin1.html that [used to allow?] allows you to explore the different orders of the poems.

Blake, W. 1794u The Book of Urizen

Blake, W. 1808 Grave

Blake, W. 1818 Everlasting Gospel

Blake, W. 1820 Jerusalem

Blake, W. 1822 The Ghost of Abel

Blake, W. 1826 Illustrations to the Book of Job

Olivier Blanc French historian


Blanc, O. 1981 Olympe de Gouges Paris: Syros. IS- 2901968546. 248 pages. In French
Olivier Blanc's first biography of Olympe de Gauges.

Blanc, O. 1987 Last letters: Prisons and Prisoners of the French Revolution, 1793-1794 London: A. Deutsch. IS-023397959X. Translated from the French. 16 pages introductory, 250 pages. Bibliography, pages 235- 250 - Includes index

Blanc, O. 1989 Olympe de Gouges: une femme de libertés Paris: Syros/Alternatives. IS- 286738415X. 244 pages. In French
Olivier Blanc's second? biography of Olympe de Gauges.

Blanc, O. (Editor) 1993 Ecrits politiques, Olympe de Gouges. 1788-1791. Paris: Côté-Femmes, 2 volumes. Des femmes dans l'histoire series.
The first critical edition of Olympe de Gouges' Political Writings. In French.

Blanc, O. 2003 Marie-Olympe De Gouges. Une Humaniste à la fin du 18e Siècle Paris: R. Vienet. 270 pages: illustrated, portraits; IS-2849830003. A biography in French. Includes bibliographical references (pages 238-252) and index. An English translation by Donald Nicholson-Smith is almost completed, (commissioned by Rene Vienet), but not yet published. See weblinks for more information

Marc Bloch 1886-1944

Bloch, M. 1961 Feudal Society An English translation from the original French

Mary (Irene) Cathcart Borer

Borer, M.C. 1975/1976 Willingly to School - A History of Women's Education Guildford and London: Lutterworth press. (copyright 1975 - first published 1976)

Pierre Bourdieu weblinks

Bourdieu, P. 11.1966 "Champ intellectuel et project créateur" Les temps modernes November 1966, pp 865-906. Translated as "Intellectual Field and Creative Project", available in Michael F.D. Young (editor) Knowledge and Control (1971) - "initial attempt to outline theoretically the concept of intellectual field". Also uses the term habitus (Randal Johnson p.269)

Bourdieu, P. and Passeron, J. 1970/1977 La Reproduction. Translated into English as Reproduction in Education, Society and Culture (1977)

Bourdieu, P. 1972/1977 Esquisse d'une théorie de la pratique (1972) Translated into English as Outline of a Theory of Practice (1977)

Bourdieu, P. 1979/1984 La distinction. Critique sociale du jugement (1979). Translated into English as Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgment of Taste (1984).

Bourdieu, P. 1980/1990 Le sens pratique (1980) Translated into English as The Logic of Practice (1990)

Archive link to Brian Lande's 2005 notes
"appears to be Bourdieu's effort, 20 years after the publication of "Outline" to revisit the same material, address some of the original objections and challenges made to "Outline" and otherwise refine the expression of his ideas" (Review by "Cued" on Amazon)

Bourdieu, P. 1993 The Field of Cultural Production: Essays on Art and Literature. New York: Columbia University Press. A collection that "brings together Pierre Bourdieu's major essays on art, literature and culture, published between 1968 and 1987". Edited and introduced by Randal Johnson. The Editor's Introduction "Pierre Bourdieu on Art, Literature and Culture" is substantial, with detailed notes and references.

William Boyd

Boyd, W. 1956 Emile for Today The Emile of Jaques Rousseau selected, translated and interpreted by William Boyd, London: Heinemann. Extracts with an introduction to each part by Boyd: 1) Infancy - 2) Boyhood - 3) The Approach of Adolescence - 4) Adolescence - 5) Marriage - Epilogue by Boyd on natural education and national education.

Boyers, R. and Orrill, R. 1971 Laing and Anti-psychiatry Penguin 1972

Broadhurst, P.L. 1967 "John B. Watson" in Alta. The University of Birmingham Review Summer 1967 pp 136-140.

Brody, M. 1975 Miriam Brody's introduction to the 1975 Penguin edition of Wollstonecraft 1792, (pages 7-72)

James A.C. Brown (1911-1965) Deputy Director of the Institute of Social Psychiatry, London

Brown, J.A.C.1961/1964 Freud and the Post Freudians

Martin Bulmer

Bulmer, M. 1997 W.I. Thomas and Robert E. Park: Conceptualising, Theorising, and Investigating Social Processes in Camic, C. 1997 pp 242-261

Burckhardt, J. 1960 The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy. English translation for the Italian 1929. 1958 edition.


Burke, E. 1790 Reflections on the French Revolution and on the Proceedings in Certain Societies in London Relative to that Event. Dent/Everyman 1910

Ernest W. Burgess

Burgess, E.W. 1925/2 "The growth of the city: an introduction to a research project" Chapter 2 in Park, R.E. etc 1925

Burgess, E.W. 1925/8 "Can neighborhood work have a scientific basis?" Chapter 8 in Park, R.E. etc 1925

Butt, J. 1971 (Editor) Robert Owen, prince of cotton spinners: a symposium David & Charles: Newton Abbot.

Charles Camic

Camic, C. 1997 (Editor) Reclaiming the Sociological Classics: The State of the Scholarship Massachuusetts and Oxford. Blackwell Publishers.

Carlyle, T. 1837/1839 The French Revolution. Two Volumes Dent 1906

Cassirer, E. 1963 Rousseau, Kant, Goethe [Introduction by Peter Gay] The two essays it contains were translated from the German and published in English in or by 1945.

Cassirer, E. 1954 The Question of Jean Jacques Rousseau

Manuel Castells

Castells, M. 1996 The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture volume one "The Rise of the Network Society".

Castells, M. 2001 The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the internet, Business and Society Oxford University Press

Checkland S.G & E.O.A. (Editors) 1974 The Poor Law Report of 1834 Penguin

Cobban, A. 1961 (2nd edition) A History of Modern France, vol. 1: 1715- 1799. Penguin

Cohen, D. 1979 J. B. Watson: The founder of Behaviourism, The biography by David Cohen, Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd, Great Britain.

Stanley Cohen 1942 -

Cohen, S. and Taylor, L. 1972 Psychological survival: the experience of long-term imprisonment Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1972

Cole, G.D.H. 1938 Persons and Periods Penguin includes (pp 99-116) A Study in Legal Repression (1989-1834)

Coleridge, S.T. 1817 Biographia Literaria

Randall Collins 1941-

Collins, R. 1985 Three sociological traditions New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press [A history of Sociology to 1984]

Collins, R. 1994 Four sociological traditions Revised and expanded edition of: Three sociological traditions. New York : Oxford University Press

Contents: Prologue: the rise of the social sciences - Social Thought in the Agrarian Empires - Medieval Universities Create the Modern Intellectual - The Renaissance: Intellectual Life Goes Secular - Religious Wars and the Enlightenment - Economics: the First Social Science - The Rise of Public Schools and the University Revolution - The Development of the Disciplines - History Becomes Professionalised - Economists Become Academics - Psychology Becomes Independent - Anthropology Gets Its Niche - And Finally Sociology 1. The Conflict Tradition The Pivotal Position of Karl Marx - Friedrich Engels, the Sociologist in the Shadows - The Theory of Social Classes - The Theory of Ideology - The Theory of Political Conflict - The Theory of Revolutions - The Theory of Sex Stratification - Max Weber and the Multidimensional Theory of Stratification - The Twentieth Century Intermingles Marxian and Weberian Ideas - Organisations as Power Struggles - Classes, Class Cultures, and Inequality: The Conflict Theorists - Class Mobilisation and Political Conflict - The Golden Age of Historical Sociology - Appendix: Simmel, Coser, and Functionalist Conflict Theory 2. The Rational/Utilitarian Tradition - The Original Rise and Fall of Utilitarian Philosophy - Bringing the Individual Back In - Sociology Discovers Sexual and Marriage Markets - Three Applications of Sociological Markets: Educational Inflation, Split Labour Markets, Illegal Goods - The Paradoxes and Limits of Rationality - Proposed Rational Solutions for Creating Social Solidarity - Economics Invades Sociology, and Vice Versa - The New Utilitarian Policy Science 3. The Durkheimian Tradition - Sociology as the Science of Social Order - Durkheim's Law of Social Gravity - Two Wings: The Macro Tradition - Montesquieu, Comte, and Spencer on Social Morphology - Merton, Parsons and Functionalism - The Second Wing: The Lineage of Social Anthropology - Fustel de Coulanges and Ritual Class War - Durkheim's Theory of Morality and Symbolism - The Ritual Basis of Stratification: W. Lloyd Warner - Erving Goffman and the Everyday Cult of the Individual - Interaction Rituals and Class Cultures: Collins, Bernstein, and Douglas - Ritual Exchange Networks: The Micro/Macro Linkage - Marcel Mauss and the Magic of Social Exchange - Lévi-Strauss and Alliance Theory - A Theory of Interaction Ritual Chains - The Future of the Durkheimian Tradition - 4. The Microinteractionist Tradition - A Native American Sociology - Philosophy Becomes a Battleground between Religion and Science - The Pragmatism of Charles Sanders Peirce - Society Is in The Mind: Cooley - George Herbert Mead's Sociology of Thinking - Blumer Creates Symbolic Interactionism - The Sociology of Consciousness: Husserl, Schutz, and Garfinkel - The Sociology of Language and Cognition - Erving Goffman's Counterattack -

Comte weblinks - reviews

Comte, A. 1830-1842 Cours de Philosophie Positive (Course in Positive Philosophy)

The French text of the first and second lesson is available online at http://classiques.uqac.ca/classiques/Comte_auguste/cours_philo_positive/cou rs_philo_positive.html (Les classiques des sciences sociales) - The complete French text can be read online at Bibliothèque nationale de France - Synoptic Table of the whole of the Cours de Philosophic Positive

Comte, A. 1853 The Philosophie Positive of Auguste Comte A condensed version of Cours de Philosophie Positive, freely translated into English by Harriet Martineau. In two volumes. London: Trubner and Co.

Comte, A. 1854 Système de Politique Positive - Traité de sociologie instituant la religion de l'humanité (System of Positive Polity - A Treatise of Sociology, Instituting the Religion of Humanity) Published between 1848 (or 1851) and 1854.

Comte, A. 1875-1877 System of Positive Polity four vlomes, London, Longmans Green 1875-1877. A translation by a team of scholars of Système de Politique Positive

Comte, A. 1896 The Philosophie Positive of Auguste Comte A condensed version of Cours de Philosophie Positive, freely translated into English by Harriet Martineau. In three volumes. With an introduction by Frederic Harrison. Bohn's philosophical library. London : George Bell, 1896 (Available in pdf form from http://socserv2.socsci.mcmaster.ca/~econ/ugcm/3ll3/comte/ (McMaster University)

Extracts on this site - Extracts Aiken, H.D. 1956 pp 124-137. pp 124-137.

Comte, A. 1970 Introduction to Positive Philosophy by Auguste Comte; edited with introduction and revised translation by Frederick Ferre. Library of Liberal Arts. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1970. A translation of the first two chapters of Cours de Philosophie Positive, Paris, 1830-1842

Comte, A. 1974 The Essential Comte "Selected from Cours de Philosophie Positive by Auguste Comte ... Edited and with an introduction by Stanislav Andreski. Translated and annotated by Margaret Clarke". Croom Helm, London. Barnes and Noble Books, New York.

Comte, A. 1976 Auguste Comte - The Foundation of Sociology by Kenneth Thompson. Nelson, London. An "Introductory Essay: Auguste Comte: Founder of Sociology" followed by extracts, mostly from The Philosophie Positive of Auguste Comte (1896), but also from System of Positive Polity

David Cooper See Laing

Cook, T.I. 1947 Two Treatises of Government by John Locke with a supplement: Patriarcha by Sir Robert Filmer Haffner Library of Classics

Diana Coole

Coole, D.H. 1988 Women in Political Theory: From Ancient Misogyny to Contemporary Feminism.

In Chapter 4, Hobbes and Locke: Natural Right against Natural Authority Diana Coole discusses the same three theorists (Hobbes, Filmer and Locke) as I do, but with special reference to the implications their theories have for the power relations between men and women. Catriona Woolner's essay on John Stuart Mill includes commentary on Coole's analysis of Mill and Taylor.

Charles Horton Cooley weblinks

Cooley, C.H. 1909 Social Organisation: A study of the larger mind. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Available at http://spartan.ac.brocku.ca/~lward/Cooley/Cooley_1909/Cooley_1909_toc.html [The Mead Project]

Cooper, D. 1967 Psychiatry and anti-psychiatry. Tavistock (Paladin 1970)

Cooper, D. (Editor) 1968 The Dialectics of Liberation. Penguin

"The Congress on the Dialectics of Liberation was held at the Roundhouse in Chalk Farm from 15 July to 30 July 1967. The present volume is a compilation of some of the principle addresses delivered on this occasion" (Cooper. Introduction)

Cooper, D. 1972 The Death of the Family. Penguin (1971 Allen Lane?)

Cooper, D. 1974 The Grammar of Living: an Examination of Political Acts. Penguin.

Cooper, D. 1980 The Language of Madness. Penguin.

Brian Corby (Reader in Applied Social Studies, University of Liverpool)

Corby, B. 1993/2000/2006 Child Abuse: Towards a Knowledge Base Milton Keynes, Open University - 1st, second and third editions.

Lewis Alfred Coser 1913-

Coser, L.A. 1971/1977 Masters of Sociological Thought: Ideas in Historical and Social Context First edition 1971: New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Second edition 1977: Illinois: Waveland Press.

Coser, L.A. 1978 "American Trends." in A History of Sociological Analysis, edited by Tom Bottomore and Robert Nisbet. New York: Basic Books. Available at http://www.sociology.ccsu.edu/adair/american_trends_by_lewis_coser.htm

Crew, D.F. 1994 Nazism and German Society, 1933-1945 edited by David F. Crew. London: Routledge

James Daly

Daly, J. 1979 Sir Robert Filmer and English Political Thought. Toronto University Press.

Darrell Dobbs Marquette University

Dobbs, D. 3.1996 "Family Matters: Aristotle's Appreciation of Women and the Plural Structure of Society" American Political Science Review Volume 90, Number 1, March 1996, available as a pdf at http://www.marquette.edu/polisci/DobbsAPSR96Women.pdf

Charles Darwin weblinks

Darwin, C. 1859 On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection London, John Murray, available on the web at http://darwin-online.org.uk

Darwin, C. 1859/1872 On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection Sixth edition 1872. London, John Murray, available on the web at http://darwin-online.org.uk

Also available at Project Gutenberg

Darwin, C. 1871 Descent of Man, and Selection in relation to Sex

Davis, D.B. 1975 The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution. 1770- 1823 Cornell University Press.

Simone De Beauvoir weblinks

Geoff Dench

Dench, G. 1975 Maltese in London RKP

Dench, G. 1986 Minorities in The Open Society: Prisoners of Ambivalence RKP

Dench, G. 1994 Reviewing Sexual Contracts, Centre for Community Studies, Middlesex University

Dench, G. 1996a Transforming Men. Changing Patterns of Dependency and Dominance in Gender Relations. Transaction

Dench, G. 1996b The Place of Men in Changing Family Cultures Institute of Community Studies. London

Dench, G. 1997 (Editor) Rewriting the Sexual Contract. Collected Views on Changing Relationships and Sexual Divisions of Labour. Institute of Community Studies. London

Dench, G. 2000 (Editor) Grandmothers of the Revolution Hera Trust with Institute of Community Studies. London

Dench, G. and Ogg, J. 2002 Grandparenting in Britain - A Baseline Study Institute of Community Studies. London

Dench, G.; Gavron, K. and Young, M. 2006 The New East End: Kinship, Race and Conflict

David Dewey

Dewey, D. 1998/1999 The Problem of Punishment London: Middlesex University, 1998. 98p.; ISBN: k2248000 - Second edition 1999: ISBN1 85924 160 3

John Dewey reviews - weblinks

Dewey, J. 1896/Ref. "The Reflex Arc Concept in Psychology", Psychological Review 3, (1896) pages 357-370. Web copy available at http://spartan.ac.brocku.ca/~lward/Dewey/Dewey_1896.html

Dewey, J. 1903 editor. Studies in Logical Theory University of Chicago, 1903.

Dewey, J. 1903/Log. Logical Conditions of a Scientific Treatment of Morality Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 1903 Web copy available at http://spartan.ac.brocku.ca/~lward/Dewey/Dewey_1903.html

Dewey, J. 1907/Sch. The School and Society being three lectures by John Dewey supplemented by a statement of the University Elementary School. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Web copy available at http://spartan.ac.brocku.ca/~lward/Dewey/Dewey_1907/Dewey_1907 _toc.html

Dewey, J. 1908/Prac. "Does Reality Possess a Practical Character" in Essays, Philosophical and Psychological, in Honor of William James, Professor in Harvard University, by his Colleagues at Columbia University New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1908, pages 53- 80. Reprinted in Philosophy and Civilisation (New York: Minton, Balch and Co., 1931), pages 36-55, with the title "The Practical Character of Reality."

Dewey, J. 1909/Dem. How We Think. Web copy available at http://spartan.ac.brocku.ca/~lward/Dewey/Dewey_1910a/Dewey_191 0_toc.html

Dewey, J. 1916/Dem. Democracy and Education: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Education New York: Macmillan. Web copy available at http://www.ilt.columbia.edu/publications/dewey.html

Dewey, J. 1916/Log. Essays in Experimental Logic University of Chicago Press. Web copy available at http://spartan.ac.brocku.ca/~lward/Dewey/Dewey_1916/Dewey_1916 _toc.html

Dewey, J. 1920/RP Reconstruction in Philosophy New York: Henry Holt

Dewey, J. 1922/HN Human Nature and Conduct. An Introduction to Social Psychology. London. George Allen & Unwin, 1922. Web copy available at http://spartan.ac.brocku.ca/~lward/Dewey/Dewey_1922/Dewey1922_ toc.html

Dewey, J. 1927/Pub. The Public and its Problems [Lectures delivered for the Larwill Foundation, Kenyon College, Ohio.] London (printed in USA): George Allen & Unwin

Dewey, J. 1931/Mead "George Herbert Mead", Journal of Philosophy, 28 (1931): pp 309-314 Web copy available at http://spartan.ac.brocku.ca/~lward/Dewey/Dewey_1931.html

Dewey, J. 1935/LS Liberalism and Social Action. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons.

Dewey, J. 1938/Log Logic: The Theory of Inquiry. New York: Holt, 1938

Preface: "This book is a development of ideas regarding the nature of logical theory that were first presented ... in Studies in Logical Theory; that were somewhat expanded in Essays in Experimental Logic and were briefly summarised with special reference to education in How We Think".
There are substantial extracts in a pdf at:

Jack D. Douglas

Douglas, J. 1967 The Social Meanings of Suicide. Princeton University Press. (Critical summary of Durkheim's Suicide pp 73-76)

Emile Durkheim Giddens - Hirst - Jones - La Capra - Lukes - Nisbet - Pearce - Roberts 1997 chapter 6 - Stone and Faberman - Taylor, Walton and Young - Varenne - reviews - weblinks

Durkheim E. 6.8. 1883 (English 1973) Address to the Lyécens of Sens English translation in Durkheim/Bellah 1973 pages 25-33. French text available at http://www.relst.uiuc.edu/durkheim/Texts/1883a.html

Durkheim E. 1890 (English 1973). "The Principles of 1789 and Sociology." Revue international de l'enseignement 19 pp 450-456. Durkheim's review of Ferneuil, T., Les Principes de 1789 et la science sociale. English translation in Durkheim/Bellah 1973 pages 34-42.

Durkheim E. 1892 Quid Secundatus Politicae Scientiae Instituendae Contulerit Durkheim's latin thesis on Montesquieu. English version in Durkheim 1960.

Durkheim, E. 1893 (English 1933 and 1984) The Division of Labour in Society

Extracts - Full French text
English translations: Durkheim, E. 1893/1933 Translated by George Simpson. New York: Macmillan. Robert Alun Jones says "translation seriously defective" (it is the translation used in my extracts). Durkheim, E. 1893/1984 Translated by W.D. Halls. New York: The Free Press. With an introduction by L. Coser.

Durkheim, E. 1895 (English 1938 and 1982) The Rules of Sociological Method

Extracts - French text
English translations: Durkheim, E. 1895/1938. Translated by S. A. Solovay and J. H. Mueller. Edited with Introduction by G. E. G. Catlin. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Republished in 1950 by Glencoe, Illinois: Free Press of Glencoe. Robert Alun Jones says "translation defective - note omission of paragraph crucial to the argument at foot of page 10" (it is the translation used in my extracts). Durkheim, E. 1895/1982 982a(1) Translated by W. D. Halls. Chapter 5 available at http://varenne.tc.columbia.edu/bib/texts/durkheim_rules_chap5. html

Durkheim, E. 1897 (English 1952) Suicide. A Study in Sociology

Durkheim, E. 1898c (English 1973) "Individualism and the Intellectuals" [L'Individualism et les intellectuels] Revue Bleue 4th series 10: pp 7-13. English translation in Durkheim/Bellah 1973 pages 43-57

Durkheim 1900b (English 1973) "Sociology in France in the Nineteenth Century" [La Sociologie en France au 19e siècle] Revue Bleue 12: pp 609-613, 647-652. English translation in Durkheim/Bellah 1973 pages 3-22

Durkheim 1904e "The Intellectual Elite and Democracy" [L'élite intellectuelle et la démocratie]" Revue Bleue 5th series 1, 23: pp.705-706 English translation in Durkheim/Bellah 1973 pages 58-60

Durkheim, E. 1912 (English 1915) The Elementary Forms of Religious Life

Durkheim 1914a (English 1973) "The Dualism of Human Nature and Its Social Conditions" Scientia 15: pp 206-221. English translation in Durkheim/Bellah 1973 pages 149-163 [Durkheim says that reviewers of The Elementary Forms of Religious Life had not recognised that it relied a method of scientifically studying the duality of human nature.]

Durkheim, E. 1914/1955 Pragmatism and Sociology

Pragmatisme et sociologie was originally a course of lectures given at the Sorbonne in 1913/1914. It was reconstructed from the notes of students and published in French in 1955 with a preface by A. Cuvillier. A full English translation was published by Cambridge Press in 1983. Web copy of last eight chapters available at: http://www.marxists.org/reference/subject/philosophy/works/fr/durkheim.htm

Durkheim, E. 1918 Le `Contrat Social' de Rousseau, published. Part of lecture course given 1901-1902. English version in Durkheim 1960

Durkheim, E. 1925a (English 1961) Moral Education. A study in the Theory and Application of the Sociology of Education with a forward by Paul Fauconett

From the manuscript of lectures given at the Sorbonne in 1902/1903, repeated (unedited) in 1906/1907. Does not include the first two lectures. (Includes 18 of 20) - French text - Extracts

Durkheim, E. 1937 Professional Ethics and Civic Morals. Translation of lectures not published in Durkheim's lifetime.

Durkheim E. 1960 Montesquieu and Rousseau. Forerunners of Sociology Containing translations of Durkheim 1892 on Montesquieu and Durkheim 1918 on Rousseau's Social Contract.

Durkheim/Bellah 1973 Emile Durkheim: On Morality and Society. Translated by Mark Traugott. Edited with an introduction by Robert Bellah. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press. Includes English translations of Durkheim E. 6.8.1883 - Durkheim E. 1890 - Durkheim 1898c - 1900b - Durkheim 1904e - Durkheim 1914a - As well as extracts from Durkheim 1893 - Durkheim 1912 -

Easton, L. and Guddat, K, 1967 Writings of the Young Marx on Philosophy and Society

Frank W. Elwell (Rogers State University)

Elwell, F.W. 1996, 2002 & 2005 Macrosociology: Four Classical Theorists [Malthus, Marx, Weber, Durkheim] Available as a pdf file at: http://www.faculty.rsu.edu/~felwell/Theorists/Four/Elwell- Macrosociology.pdf

The Encyclopédie (of Diderot and D'Alembert). Selected articles (in French). Edited by J. Lough 1954 (second edition 1969) The Encyclopédie of Diderot and D'Alembert. Cambridge University Press.

Encyclopedia Britannica

Articles by James Mill from the supplement 1816-1823 reprinted in Mill, James 1825/1967

Britannica 9th Encyclopedia Britannica ninth edition 1875- 1889 Edited by Thomas Spencer Baynes and William Robertson Smith. Selected articles available online at http://www.1902encyclopedia.com/

Engels weblinks
Publications with Engels alone as the author. See
Marx and Engels together and Marx alone. I am going by the given author - This is not always the actual author.

Engels F. 1844 Outlines of a Critique of Political Economy. First published February 1844. English translation in Struik, D. 1970 pp 197-226

Engels F. 1845 (English translation 1892, Panther edition 1969) The Condition of the Working Class in England. Available at http://www.marxists.org.uk/archive/marx/works/1845/condition-w orking- class/index.htm [extracts]

Engels F. 1845 Principles of Communism

Engels F. 1876/1878 Anti-Dühring, quoted Draper, H. 1970 The Death of the State in Marx and Engels in Socialist Register 1970 p.303

Engels F. 1880 Socialism: Utopian and Scientific

Engels F. 1884 The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State. available at http://www.marxists.org.uk/archive/marx/works/1884/origin-family/index.htm [Extracts]

Aaron Esterson 1923- See Laing

Esterson, A. 1970 The Leaves of Spring. A Study in the Dialectics of Madness Tavistock Publications. [The 1972 Pelican edition has the cover title The Leaves of Spring. Schizophrenia, Family and Sacrifice]

John Evelyn

Evelyn, J. 1818 The Diary of John Evelyn, edited (1818) by William Bray. Dent 1907

Hans Jürgen Eysenck (1916-1997) Taylor, Walton, and Young, 1973 chapter 2

Eysenck, H. 1953 Uses and Abuses of Psychology Harmondsworth: Penguin

Eysenck, H. 1954 The Psychology of Politics Harmondsworth: Penguin

Eysenck, H. 1965 Fact and Fiction in Psychology Harmondsworth: Penguin

Eysenck, H. 1969 "The technology of consent" New Scientist 26.6.1969

Eysenck, H. 1970 Crime and Personality (Revised edition) London: Paladin

Eysenck, H. and Eysenck, S. 1970 "Crime and personality: and empirical study of the three-factor theory". British Journal of Criminology, 10, pages 225-239

Norman Fairclough 1941-

Fairclough, N. 1992 Discourse and Social Change Cambridge: Polity Press

Paul Feyerbend

Feyerbend, P. 1965 "Problems of Empiricism" in Beyond the Edge of Certainty, Essays in Contemporary Science and Philosophy. Prentice Hall, New Jersey.

William Farr 1807- 1883 weblinks

Farr, W. 25.7.1868 Report on the Cholera Epidemic of 1866 in England Supplement to the twenty-ninth annual report of the Registrar General of Births Deaths and Marriages in England. London. Her Majesties Stationery Office. Introductory letter signed W. Farr 25.7.1868

Robert Filmer Daly - weblinks

Filmer, R 1652/Hobbes Observations Concerning the Original of Government upon Mr Hobbes' Leviathan

Filmer, R 1652/Aristotle Observations on Aristotles Politiques Touching Forms of Government

Filmer, R. 1680 Patriarcha or The Natural Power of Kings full text available at http://www.constitution.org/eng/patriarcha.htm

It is also reproduced in Cook, T.I. 1947 Locke Two Treatises of Government with Filmer's Patriarcha and Laslett, P. 1949 Filmer's Patriarcha and Other Political Works. There are many quotations from this in Locke's first treatise. Locke 1689 treatise 1 chapter 2 paragraph 8 is Locke's summary of Filmer. Locke refers to Filmer as "A" or "our author". When he puts "O" beside a reference it is to Filmer's Observations on Hobbs, Milton etc (see extracts section), otherwise the reference is to Patriarcha.

Shulamith Firestone See weblinks - Mitchell

Firestone, S. 1970 The Dialectic of Sex. The Case for Feminist Revolution. (UK edition 1971 Cape)

Ronald Fletcher Born Hoyland, Yorks, 1921. Lecturer in Sociology Bedford College from 1953. Was Professor of Sociology at the University of York. Left to be a full time writer. Editor of Nelson's Making of Sociology series.

Fletcher, R. 1962 Britain in the Sixties: The Family and Marriage. An analysis and moral assessment. Penguin

Fletcher, R. 1971 The Making of Sociology. A Study of Sociological Theory. Volume 1 Beginnings and Foundations. Volume 2 Developments. [Volume 1, chapter 3 is "J.S.Mill, A Logical Critique of Sociology"

Fletcher, R. 1971/Mill John Stuart Mill: A logical critique of sociology Michael Joseph.

Fletcher, R. 1974 Evolutionary and Developmental Sociology in Rex, J. 1974

Fletcher, R. 1988a The Abolitionists. The Family and Marriage under Attack. RKP

Fletcher, R. 1988f The Shaking of the Foundations: Family and Society RKP

Margaret Forster

Forster, M. 1984 Significant Sisters - The Grassroots of Active Feminism 1839-1939 London, Secker and Warburg. Contains: Introduction - 1) Law: Caroline Norton 1808-1877 - 2) The Professions: Elizabeth Blackwell 1821-1910 - 3) Employment: Florence Nightingale 1820-1910 - 4) Education: Emily Davies 1830-1921 - 5) Sexual Morality: Josephine Butler 1828-1906 - 6) Politics: Elizabeth Cady Stanton 1815-1902 - 7) Birth Control: Margaret Sanger 1879-1966 - 8) Ideology: Emma Goldman 1869-1940 - Conclusion.

Julienne Ford

Ford, J. 1969 Social class and the Comprehensive School Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd.

Ford, J. 1972 Ford, J. 1972 College handouts preparative for Paradigms and Fairy Tales [At the time of writing Paradigms and Fairy Tales, Julie Ford taught sociology and research methods at Enfield College of Technology as it became part of Middlesex Polytechnic]

Ford, J. 1975 Paradigms and Fairy Tales. An Introduction to the Science of Meanings. Routledge Kegan Paul. London. Two volumes

Ford, J. and Foley 199? Developing Social Science Research. Middlesex University. In the "early 1990s" this was developed into Research on a Human Scale, which, like the original, was published internally as a manual for the BA Social Science. [I have not seen the second version]

Michel Foucault
See weblinks - reviews - O'Farrell - Rider - Sarbit - Thacker

Foucault, M. 1961 Folie et Déraison: histoire de la folie à l'âge classique. Paris: Plon, 1961 [Became Histoire de la Folie]

Foucault, M. 1963 Naissance de la clinique PUF

Foucault, M. 1966 Les Mots et les Choses Paris: Gallimard

Foucault, M. 1967 Madness and Civilisation. A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason. Tavistock. Being an abridged edition of Histoire de la Folie translated into English by Richard Howard. Introduction by David Cooper.

Foucault, M. 1969 L'Archéologie du savoir Paris: Gallimard

Foucault, M. 22.2.1969 What is an Author? in P. Rabinow (editor) The Foucault Reader: Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin (Qu'est ce qu'un auteur? 258 lecture and discussion on 22.2.1969, in: Bulletin de la société française de philosophie, 1969, no. 63, pp. 73-104).

Foucault, M. 1970 The Order of Things New York: Pantheon. being Les Mots et les Choses translated into English.

Foucault, M. 1971 L'Ordre du discours Paris: Gallimard - Translated in English 1981

Foucault1971/1972 Course 1971/1972 "Théories et institutions pénales" Summary (Résumés) in: Annuaire du Collège de France, 72, pp 283-286.

Foucault, M. 1972 The Archaeology of Knowledge New York Pantheon, being L'Archéologie du savoir translated into English

Foucault1972/1973 Course 1972/1973 "La société punitive" Summary (Résumés) in: Annuaire du Collège de France, 73, 1973, pp. 255-267.

Foucault, M. 1973 Birth of the Clinic New York: Pantheon. A translation of Naissance de la clinique

Foucault1973/1974a Course 1973/1974 - (Weekly lectures from 7.11. 1973 until 6.2.1974) "Le pouvoir psychiatrique" Summary (Résumés) in: Annuaire du Collège de France, 74, 1974

Foucault1973/1974b Course 1973/1974 - (Weekly lectures from 7.11. 1973 until 6.2.1974) Le pouvoir psychiatrique. Cours au Collège de France. 1973-1974. Paris: Seuil/Gallimard, 2003.

Foucault1973/1974c Course 1973/1974 - (Weekly lectures from 7.11. 1973 until 6.2.1974) Psychiatric Power. Lectures at the College of France 1973-1974 A translation into English by Graham Burchall of Foucault1973/1974b. Palgrave Macmillan, London - New York, 2006. Includes an introduction by Arnold, J. Davidson; detailed notes by someone other than Foucault, who is not identified; and a "Course Context" by Jacques Lagrange.

Foucault, M. 1975 Surveiller et Punir Paris : Gallimard

Foucault, M. 1976s1 Histoire de la sexualité 1 - La Volonté de savoir, Paris: Gallimard, 1976. 211 pages

Foucault, M. 1977 Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison, being Surveiller et Punir translated into English by Richard Howard.

Foucault, M. 6.1976 "Truth and Power" in The Foucault Reader: pages 51-75 and in Foucault, M. 1980. An excerpted version of a June 1976 interview with Alesandro Fontana and Pasquale Pasquino published first as "Intervista a Michel Foucault" in Microfiseca del Poetere in 1977. An abridged version "Vérité et pouvoir" in: L'Arc 1977, no. 70, pages 16-26. Truth and Power is summarised by Shawn Rider

Foucault, M. 1978s1 The History of Sexuality, Volume 1: An Introduction New York: Pantheon, 1978 [Also Vintage Books, March 1990] being La Volonté de savoir translated into English by Robert Hurley. Contents: Part One: We 'Other Victorians'; Part Two: The Repressive Hypothesis: Chapter 1 The Incitement to Discourse, Chapter 2 The Perverse Implantation; Part Three: Scientia Sexualis; Part Four: The Deployment of Sexuality: Chapter 1 Objective, Chapter 2 Method, Chapter 3 Domain, Chapter 4 Periodisation; Part Five Right of Death and Power over Life.

Foucault, M. 1980 Power/Knowledge Selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 by Michel Foucault; edited by Colin Gordon; translated by Colin Gordon and others. New York; London: Harvester Wheatsheaf

Foucault, M. 1981 The Order of Discourse being L'Ordre du discours translated into English.

Foucault, M. Spring 1983 "Structuralism and post-structuralism. An interview with Michel Foucault" interview by G. Raulet, in May 1982, in: Telos spring 1983, number 55, pages 195-211. Reprinted in Foucault, M. 1988 pages 17-46

Foucault, M. Autumn 1983 "The Minimalist Self". Discussion with Sephen Riggins, in: Telos Autumn 1983. Reprinted in Foucault, M. 1988 pages 3-16

Foucault, M. 1984r The Foucault Reader edited by P. Rabinow. New York: Pantheon. Also published by Penguin in 1986

Foucault, M. 1984s2 Histoire de la sexualité 2 - L'Usage des plaisirs, Paris: Gallimard, 1984.

Foucault, M. 1984s3 Histoire de la sexualité 3 - Le Souci de soi, Paris: Gallimard, 1984.

Foucault, M. 1985s2 The History of Sexuality, Volume 2: The Use of Pleasure Random House, 1985, being L'Usage des plaisirs translated into English

Foucault, M. 1986s3 The History of Sexuality, Volume 3: The Care of the Self Random House, 1986, being Le Souci de soi translated into English

Foucault, M. 1988 (Edited by Lawrence D. Kritzman) Politics, Philosophy, Culture: Interviews and Other Writings, 1977- 1984

Fraser, D. 1984 [2nd edition] The Evolution of the British Welfare State.

James George Frazer 1854-1941 weblinks

Frazer, J. 1887 Totemism Edinburgh. Adam and Charles Black

Frazer, J. 1888a "Taboo" article in Encyclopedia Britannica available online at http://www.1902encyclopedia.com/T/TAB/taboo.html

Frazer, J. 1888b "Totem" article in Encyclopedia Britannica

Frazer, J. 1890 The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion Two volumes. London. Macmillan.

There were four parts (chapters?) to the first edition. The titles of these may have been: 1) "The King of the Wood" - 2) "Killing the God" - 3) "The Scapegoat" - 4) "The Golden Bough"

Frazer, J. 1900 The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion Second edition. Revised and enlarged in three volumes. London and New York: Macmillan. Volume 1: The king of the wood. The perils of the soul -- Volume 2. Killing the god -- Volume 3. Killing the god (continued) The golden bough.

Frazer, J. 1913 Balder the Beautiful: the fire-festivals of Europe and the doctrine of the external soul

Frazer, J. 1915 The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion Third edition. Revised and enlarged in three volumes. London and New York: Macmillan. Part one (volumes 1 and 2): The magic art and the evolution of kings first published 1911. Part two (volume 3): Taboo and the perils of the soul first published 1911. Part three (volume 4): The dying god, first published 1911. Part four (volumes 5 and 6): Adonis, Attis, Osiris : studies in the history of oriental religion (3rd edition revised and enlarged in 1914). Part five (volumes 7 and 8): Spirits of the corn and of the wild first published 1912. Part six (volume 9): The Scapegoat first published 1913. Part seven (volumes 10 and 11): Balder the Beautiful: the fire festivals of Europe and the doctrine of the external soul first published 1913. Part seven (volume 12): Bibliography and general index 1915.

Frazer, J. 1922 The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion Abridged edition 1922.

Extracts - Copy at Bartleby - Gutenberg - Most available copies of the Golden Bough are this abridgment, including : Wordsworth Reference 1993 - Penguin 1996 -

Frazer, J. 1959 The New Golden Bough "A new abridgment of the classic work by Sir James George Frazer. Edited, and with notes and foreword by Dr Theodore H. Gaster" S.G. Phillips, Inc., New York.

Frazer, J. 1998 The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion: A New Abridgement from the Second and Third Editions by Robert Fraser. Oxford World's Classics 1998.

Anna Freud 1895-1982 See weblinks - Brown

Freud, A. 1931 Introduction to psycho-analysis for teachers: four lectures by Anna Freud, translated by Barbara Low. London: Allen & Unwin. "First published in German under the title Einführung in die psychoanalyse für Pädagogen". "Three lectures were given before the teachers at the Children's centers of the city of Vienna."

Freud, A. 1936 Das ich und die abwehrmechanismen Internationaler psychoanalytischer Verlag

Freud, A. 1937 The ego and the mechanisms of defence Translation of Das ich und die abwehrmechanismen (1936) by Cecil Baines The International Psycho-analytical Library; number 30. London: Hogarth Press: Institute of Psycho-analysis

Freud, A. 1986 (Editor) Sigmund Freud: The Essentials of Psychoanalysis. Penguin.   [Referencing advice]

Sigmund Freud See weblinks - Brown - Mitchell - Morea - reviews

Freud and Breuer 1893 Freud, Sigmund and Breuer, Joseph. On the Psychical Mechanism of Hysterical Phenomena: Preliminary Communication

Freud and Breuer 1895 Freud, Sigmund and Breuer, Joseph. Studies on Hysteria

Studien über Hysterie 1895, Deuticke, Vienna. Second edition, 1909. Parts of which were translated into English by Dr A. A. Brill (New York) as Selected Papers on Hysteria and other Psychoneuroses by S. Freud. No. 4 of the Nervous and Mental Disease Monograph Series, New York. 1909. [The preface to the first [Brill] edition says: "The chapters contained in this book were taken from three different volumes of the author's works, published at different intervals within the last fifteen years. Although the first four chapters appear in the "Studien über Hysterie" which was published by Breuer and Freud, still only the first chapter, "The Psychic Mechanism of Hysterical Phenomena", was written conjointly by both authors. The authorship of the other three chapters belongs exclusively to Freud. The remaining six chapters of the book were taken from Freud's Collection of short papers". Which would mean that Breuer's case study of Anna O. was not included.

Freud, S. 1900/1913 Interpretation of Dreams Translation by A. A. Brill (1913). Available at http://psychclassics.yorku.ca/Freud/Dreams/index.htm

James Strachey: The last chapter gives the first full account of Freud's dynamic view of mental processes, of the unconscious, and of the dominance of the pleasure principle

Freud, S. 1901/1914 Psychopathology of Everyday Life Translation by A. A. Brill (1914). Available at http://psychclassics.yorku.ca/Freud/Psycho/

Freud, S. 1905/1910 Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality Translation by A. A. Brill (1910). Available at http://www.gutenberg.org/files/14969/14969-8.txt

James Strachey: "tracing for the first time the course of development of the sexual instinct in human beings from infancy to maturity"

Freud, S. 9.1909/1910 The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis First published in American Journal of Psychology, 21, pages 181-218. [Being an English translation by H.W. Chase of five lectures given in German September 1909 at Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA.] Available at http://psychclassics.yorku.ca/Freud/Origin/index.htm
Freud, S. 9.1909/1957 Five Lectures on Psycho-Analysis "Delivered on the Occasion of the Twentieth Anniversary of the Foundation of Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, September 1909" Translation by James Strachey.

Freud, S. 1913 Totem and Taboo

Freud, S. 1914/1917 The History of the Psychoanalytic Movement Translation by A. A. Brill (1917). Available at http://psychclassics.yorku.ca/Freud/History/index.htm

Freud, S. 1923 The Ego and the Id

Freud, S. 1924 The Dissolution of the Oedipus Complex

Freud, S. 1926 The Question of Lay Analysis

Freud, S. 1930 Civilisation and its Discontents

Freud, S. 1931 Female Sexuality

Freud, S. 1933 New Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis

Freud, S. 1938 An Outline of Psychoanalysis

An Outline of Psychoanalysis was begun in Vienna and what we have may have been completed in 1938. It was published in 1940, after Freud's death.

Freud S. 2003 Outline of Psychoanalysis (1938) with New Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis (1933). Translated by Helena Ragg-Kirkby, with an introduction by Malcolme Bowie. Penguin Modern Classics

Erich Fromm See weblinks - reviews - Brown - Morea

Fromm, E. 1942 The Fear of Freedom [USA edition, 1941, had Escape from Freedom as the title]

Fromm, E. 1947 Man For Himself: an enquiry into the psychology of ethics New York. [London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1948]

Fromm, E. 1956 The Art of Loving New York: Harper, World perspectives series volume 9 [London: George Allen & Unwin, 1957, World perspectives series volume 8]

Fromm, E. 1976 To Have or To Be? New York: Harper and Row. [London: Cape, 1978]

James Fulcher and John Scott

Fulcher and Scott 1999 Sociology Oxford : Oxford University Press

Harold Garfinkel weblinks

Garfinkel, G. 1967 Studies in Ethnomethodology. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall

Extracts ("Some essential features of common understandings") available on Larry Ridner's website at http://www2.pfeiffer.edu/~lridener/courses/ethnomet.html use case studies to outline major themes of Ethnomethodology

Peter Gaskell (Surgeon: died Camberwell 1841)

Gaskell, Peter. Baldwin & Cradock, 1833. Gaskell, P. 1833/1836 The Manufacturing Population of England: Its Moral, Social, and Physical Condition and the Changes which have Arisen from the Use of Steam Machinery, with an Examination of Infant Labour. Baldwin and Craddock 1833. Republished as Artisans and Machinery: The Moral and Physical Condition of the Manufacturing Population Considered with Reference to Mechanical Substitutes for Human Labour London: J.W. Parker 1836

Gaskell, P. 1835 Prospects of industry; being a brief exposition of the past and present conditions of the labouring classes.: With remarks on the operation of the Poor-Law Bill, workhouses, &c.; ... London : Smith, Elder and Co. 1835 "Revised from the Monthly Magazine of April, May, and June, 1835"

Patrick Geddes

Geddes, P. 1904 City Development: A study of parks, gardens and culture institutes: A report to the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust. Edinburgh, Scotland: Geddes and Colleagues.

Geddes, P. 18.7.1904 Civics: as Applied Sociology Read before the at a Meeting in the School of Economics and Political Science (University of London), Clare Market, W.C., at 5 p.m., on Monday, July 18th, 1904; the Rt. Hon. Charles Booth, F.R.S., in the Chair. Available at http://www.gutenberg.org/files/13205/13205-h/13205- h.htm

Geddes, P. 25.1.1905 Civics: as Concrete and Applied Sociology Read before the Sociological Society at a Meeting in the School of Economics and Political Science (University of London), Clare Market, W.C., on Monday, January 23rd, 1905, the Rt. Hon. Charles Booth, F.R.S., in the Chair. Available at http://www.gutenberg.org/files/13205/13205-h/13205- h.htm

Geddes, P. 1915 Cities in evolution: An introduction to the town planning movement and to the study of civics London: Williams and Norgate

Dictionary: Human Ecology

Jim Gerrie

Gerrie, J. 2003 "Was Foucault a Philosopher of Technology?" in Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology Volum 7, number 2, Winter 2003, available at http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/SPT/v7n2/pdf/ or article direct at http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/SPT/v7n2/pdf/gerrie.pdf

Gerth, H.H. and Mills, C.W 1948 (Editors) From Max Weber: Essays in sociology Translated, edited and with an introduction by Hans Heinrich Gerth and Charles Wright Mills. New York: Oxford University Press, 1946. London : Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd, 1947/1948

Anthony Giddens weblinks

Giddens, A, 1971 Capitalism and Modern Social Theory. An Analysis of the Writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber

Giddens, A. 1972 Politics and Sociology in the Thought of Max Weber.

Giddens, A. 1989 - 1993 - 1997 - 2001 Sociology Cambridge. Polity

Gilmour, I. 1983 Britain Can Work Chapters 2: Political Economy, 3: The Socialist Antithesis, 4: The Synthesis and the Tory Tradition.

William Godwin weblinks

Godwin, W. 1793 Enquiry Concerning Political Justice and its Influence on Modern Morals and Happiness (Penguin 1976) etext available at http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist_Archives/godwin/PJfrontpi ece.html

Godwin, W. 1831 Thoughts on Man, his Nature, Productions, and Discoveries. Interspersed with some Particulars Respecting the Author London: Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange. etext available at http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist_Archives/godwin/thoughts/ TMNPDfrontpie ce.html

Erving Goffman See weblinks - reviews -
Barnhart - Becker - Blackwood - Sedgwick

Goffman E. 1951 "Symbols of Class Status"

Goffman E. 1952 "On Cooling the Mark Out: Some Aspects of Adaptation to Failure" Psychiatry: Journal of Interpersonal Relations 15:4 (1952), pp 451-463. Etext available at http://www.tau.ac.il/~algazi/mat/Goffman--Cooling.htm [Gadi Algazi's website at Tel Aviv University]

Goffman E. 1953 Communication Conduct in an Island Community Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago.

Goffman E. 1953 "The Service Station Dealer: The Man and His Work"

Goffman E. 1956 "Interpersonal Persuasion"

Goffman E. 1957a "Alienation from Interaction"

Goffman E. 1957b "On the Characteristics of Total Institutions" Reprinted (revised) in Goffman E. 1961

Goffman E. 1959 The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life Doubleday: Garden City, New York, 1959. (Penguin 1971)

Goffman E. 1961A Asylums. Essays on the social situation of mental patients and other inmates Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1968. First published New York: Doubleday Anchor, 1961

Contains four essays:

Goffman E. 1961A/1 "On the Characteristics of Total Institutions" in Goffman E. 1961A

(first published 1957)

Goffman E. 1961A/2 "The Moral Career of the Mental Patient" in Goffman E. 1961A

(first published 1959)

Goffman E. 1961A/3 "The Underlife of a Public Institution; a study of ways of making out in a mental hospital" in Goffman E. 1961A

(first published 1957)

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weblinks   Olivier Blanc

weblinks for Olympe de Gouges Ecrits politiques [Political Writings] edited by Olivier Blanc

Gouges, O. 1791 Les Droits de la Femme [The Rights of Woman]
see weblinks for online texts     Extracts
English translation in Levy, D. 1979 pp 87-96. Includes Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen

Gouges, O. 1792 L'Esclavage des Noirs [The Slavery of Black People] Indigo & Cote-Femmes. Collection Des Femmes Dans L'histoire. ISBN 2907883100.

Elizabeth Grosz (1952 - ) See weblinks - Price and Shildrick

Grosz, E. 1994 Volatile Bodies: Towards a Corporeal Feminism USA. Indiana University Press

Part 1 - Introduction
1. Refiguring Bodies p.3
Part 2 - The Inside Out
2. Psychoanalysis and Psychical Topographies p.27 [See Freud 1938]
3. Body Images : Neurophysiology and Corporeal Mappings p.62
4. Lived Bodies : Phenomenology and the Flesh p.86
Part 3 - The Outside In
5. Nietzsche and the Choreography of Knowledge p.115
6. The Body as Inscriptive Surface p.138
7. Intensities and Flows p.160
Part 4 - Sexual Difference
8. Sexed Bodies p.187
Notes p.211
Bibliography p.229
Index p.246

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Hobbes, T. 1640 (manuscript) Elements of Law

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Kant, I. 1781 Critique of Pure Reason Translation from German into English by J. M. D. Meiklejohn available at http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext03/cprrn10.txt

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In print in Beck, L.W. 1963 pp 11-26 and Reiss, H. 1970 pp 41-53.

Kant, I. 12.12.1784 An answer to the question: What is Enlightenment? First published in Berlinische Monatsschrift 4, 12.12.1784 as Beantwortung der Frage: Was ist Aufklärung available at http://studymore.org.uk/xKan1784.htm

The above translation begins
"Enlightenment is man's emergence from his self-imposed immaturity"
Another translation:
"Enlightenment is man's release from his self-incurred tutelage"

In print in Beck, L.W. 1963 pp 3-10, and Reiss, H. 1970 pp 54-60.

Kant, I. 1785 Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysic of Morals

Kant, I. 1788 Critique of Practical Reason Translation from German into English by Thomas Kingsmill Abbott available at http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext04/ikcpr10.txt

Kant, I. 1790 Critique of Judgement

Kant, I. 1795 "Perpetual Peace. A Philosophical Sketch". In Reiss, H. 1970 pp 85-135 and Reiss, H. 1970 pp 93-130.

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Kelly, Linda 1987 Women of the French Revolution. Hamish Hamilton.

Ian Kershaw

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Knies, Karl 1853 Die Politische Oekonomie vom Standpunkte der geschichtlichen Methode [Political Economy from the Historical Point of View]

Leszek Kolakowski

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Krüger, D. 1987 Max Weber and the Younger Generation in the Verein für Sozialpolitik in Mommsen 1987 pp 71-87.

Thomas Kuhn

Kuhn, T.S. 1962 (2nd edition 1970) The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. University of Chicago.

Jacques Lacan weblinks

Lacan, J. 1968 The Language of Self New York: Dell

Lacan, J. 1977 Ecrits: A Selection London: Tavistock Publications.

Dominick LaCapra

LaCapra, D. 1972 Emile Durkheim: Sociologist and Philosopher. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

LaCapra, D. 1987 History and Criticism. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Pat N. Lackey

Lackey, P.N. 1987 Invitation to Talcott Parsons Theory. Houston: Cap and Gown Press

Extracts from chapter one (pages 3-15) "A Survey of Parsons' Career and Work" available on Larry Ridener's website at http://www2.pfeiffer.edu/~lridener/DSS/Parsons/parsbio2.html

Ronald Laing See weblinks - Cooper - Esterson - reviews

Laing, R.D. 1960 The Divided Self: An existential study in sanity and madness. Tavistock (Penguin 1965)

Laing, R.D. 1961 Self and Others. Tavistock (Revised edition 1961/1969)

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Laing, R.D. and Cooper, D.G. 1964 Reason and Violence: A decade of Sartre's philosophy 1950-1960. Tavistock

[1965 Philadelphia Association formed. Kingsley Hall established]

Laing, R.D; Lee, A.R. and Phillipson, H. 1966 Interpersonal Perception

Laing, R.D. 1967 The Politics of Experience and the Bird of Paradise. Penguin

Roundhouse Congress on the Dialectics of Liberation 15.7.1967-30.7.1967

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Laing, R.D. 1970 Knots

Laing, R.D. 1972 The Politics of the Family and other essays. Vintage containing:
The Family and the `Family' revised from individual and Family Structure in Lomas, P. 1967 The Predicament of the Family
intervention in Social Situations Lecture given at the Association of Family Caseworkers, May 1968
The study of Family and Social Contexts in Relation to `Schizophrenia' Revised version of a paper given at first Rochester International Congres (March 1967)
The Politics of the Family revised version of five radio talks broadcast by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, November to December 1968.

Laing, R.D. 1976 Series and Nexus in the Family in Worsley 1976.

Laing, R.D. 1977 The Facts of Life. Penguin

Laing, R.D. 1985 Wisdom, Madness and Folly: the Making of a Psychiatrist, 1927-1957. Macmillan.

Laslett, P. 1963 Locke, J. 1689 Two treatises of government. A critical edition with an introduction and apparatus criticus by Peter Laslett.

John Lea

Lea, J. and Young, J. 1984 What is to be Done About Law and Order? Penguin Books, London

Donald N. Levine

Levine, D.N. 1997 Simmel Reappraised: Old Images, New Scholarship in Camic, C. 1997 pp 173-207

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An in-text reference for this could just be (Levy, D. and others 1979, p.-)

David Lloyd Thomas

Lloyd Thomas, D. 1995 Locke on Government. Routledge

John Locke weblinks

Written 1660/1662: Two Tracts on Government, which are not the same as Two Treatises of Government (below)

Locke, J. 1689 Two Treatises of Government. In the former, the false principles and foundation of Sir Robert Filmer and his followers are detected and overthrown. The latter is an essay concerning the true original, extent and end of civil government. Available in pdf form from http://socserv2.mcmaster.ca/~econ/ugcm/3ll3/locke/government.p df at McMaster University.

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Locke, J. 1967 Two Tracts on Government, edited by Philip Abrams. London, Cambridge University Press, 1967. These are early essays, not Two Treatises of Government. They are thought to have been written between 1660 and 1662 and express different ideas from the two treatises.

Logan, R.W. 1963 Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Oxford University Press.

Lowes Dickinson, G. 1927 (2nd edition) Revolution and Reaction in Modern France George Allen and Unwin

Lukes, S. 1973, Emile Durkheim, His Life and Work. A Historical and Critical Study. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books.

Luria, A.R. and Yudovich, F. 1956 Speech and the Development of the Mental Processes of the Child. USSR Penguin edition 1971

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Lyotard, J.F. 1959 (English 1984) The Postmodern Condition A Report on Knowledge English 1984 published by Manchester University Press

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John J. Macionis and Ken Plummer weblinks - reviews

Macionis and Plummer, 1997 Sociology - A Global Introduction Pearson. Prentice Hall. [First edition]

Macionis and Plummer, 2002 Sociology - A Global Introduction Pearson. Prentice Hall. [Second edition]

Macionis and Plummer, 2005 Sociology - A Global Introduction Pearson. Prentice Hall. [Third edition]

Chapters: 1 The Sociological Imagination - 2 Thinking Sociologically, Thinking Globally - 3 Doing Social Science: an Introduction - 4 Societies [Includes Marx, Weber and Durkheim] - 5 Culture - 6 Groups, Organisations and the Rise of the Network Society - 7 Micro-sociology: the Social Construction of Everyday Life - [includes Erving Goffman and drama] 8 Social Stratification - 9 Global Inequalities and Poverty - 10 Class, Poverty and Welfare in the UK - 11 Racism, Ethnicities and Migration - 12 The Gender Order and Sexuality - 13 Age Stratification: Children and Later Life - 14 Economies, Work and Consumption - 15 Power, Governance and Social Movements - 16 Control, Crime and Deviance - 17 Families, Households and Personal Cultures - 18 Religion - 19 Education - 20 Health and Medicine - 21 The Mass Media - 22 Science, Cyberspace and the Risk Society - 23 Populations, Cities and the Shape of Things to Come - 24 Social Change and the Environment - 25 Futures: the Challenges for Sociology in the Twenty-first Century

Macpherson, C.B. 1968 Introduction to the Penguin edition of Hobbes' Leviathan.

Phyllis Mack

Mack, P. 1991 Visionary Women: Ecstatic Prophecy in Seventeenth- Century England Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press

Thomas Malthus weblinks

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Manuel, F.E. 1963 The New World of Henri Saint-Simon. University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, Indiana.

Marcus Aurelius, translated by A.S.L Farquharson. Dent 1961. Meditations.

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Marcuse, H. 1941/1955 Reason and Revolution. Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory. (2nd edition with Supplementary Chapter 1955) Routledge

Marshall, A. 1890 Principles of Economics. An Introductory Volume. Page 634 in Macmillan (1966) reset reprint of 8th (1920) edition. This appendix was part of the Introduction in the 1890 edition.

Harriet Martineau

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Publications with Marx and Engels together or Marx alone as the author. See
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Marx, March 1845 Theses on Feuerbach. First published in 1888. Easton and Guddat pp 400-402.

Marx and Engels 1846 The German Ideology

Marx and Engels 1848 The Communist Manifesto. The first English translation of The Communist Manifesto, by Miss Helen Macfarlane, was published in George Julian Harney's Red Republican in 1850. Others followed in the USA, and some of these were reprinted in England. The Samuel Moore translation, jointly revised with, and with notes by, "Fredrich Engels", appeared in 1888

Marx K. 1857/1861 [written] Grundrisse der Kritik der Politischen Ökonomie [Outlines of the Critique of Political Economy] available in English at http://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1857/grundrisse/.

Originally unpublished manuscripts in German. Published in Moscow 1939 and 1941, but not taken much notice of. Reprinted Berlin 1953. Part publication in English in 1964 (Pre-capitalist economic formations). Full text 1971.

Marx K. 1859 A contribution to the critique of political economy

Marx, K. 1867 Das Kapital. Volume 1. Manuscript finished April 1867 1st published September 1867 in Hamburg. 1,000 copies. Published in English as Capital in 1887.

Marx, K. 1885 Capital. Volume 2. (edited by Engels from Marx's drafts)

Marx, K. 1894 Capital. Volume 3. (edited by Engels from Marx's drafts)

May, R. 1961 Existential Psychology, New York, Random House

John Samuel Mbiti 1931-

Mbiti, J.S. 1969/1990 African Religions and Philosophy. Heinemann International. Second revised and enlarged edition 1990.

McCulloch, J.R. 1828 On the poor laws Edinburgh Review May 1828

Lynn McDonald

McDonald, L. 1997 Classical Social Theory with the Women Founders Included in Camic, C. 1997 pp 112-141

Roderick D. McKenzie

McKenzie, R. 1921 The neighborhood: A study of local life in Columbus, Ohio. Reprinted in McKenzie, R.D. 1968 pages 51 to 93

McKenzie, R.D. 1925/3 "The ecological approach to the study of the human community" Chapter 3 in Park, R.E. etc 1925 [May have been published separately in 1924. Reprinted in McKenzie, R.D. 1968 pages 3 to 18.

McKenzie, R. 1926 "Movement and the ability to live", Reprinted in McKenzie, R.D. 1968 pages 134 to 140.

McKenzie, R. 1933a "Industrial expansion and the interrelations of peoples" Reprinted in McKenzie, R.D. 1968

McKenzie, R. 1933b The Metropolitan Community. New York: McGraw- Hill.

McKenzie, R. 1936 "The ecology of institutions" Reprinted in McKenzie, R.D. 1968

McKenzie, R.D. 1968 Roderick D. McKenzie on human ecology : selected writings edited by Amos Henry Hawley, University of Chicago Press

George Herbert Mead See weblinks - Dewey - Joas - Morea

Mead, G.H. 1934 Mind, Self and Society, From the Standpoint of a Social Behaviourist. Edited with an introduction by Charles W. Morris. Available at http://spartan.ac.brocku.ca/~lward/Mead/pubs2/mindself/Mead_19 34_toc.html [The Mead Project, Brock University, Ontario, Canada]

Mellor, A. K. 1989 Mary Shelley: her life, her fiction, her monsters London, Routledge

Robert Merton weblinks

Merton, R.K. and others (Editors) 1952 Reader in Bureaucracy. Free Press

Merton, R.K. 1957 Social Theory and Social Structure. (Revised and Enlarged Edition) Free Press [Original 1949. Another enlarged addition in 1968]

Part One
On Theoretical Sociology - (extracts)
The first two chapters below were added at the beginning of the 1968 edition: They mean page numbers of the old material are about 54 more in the new as in the old.
On the History and Systematics of Sociological Theory
On the Sociological Theories of the Middle Range
In both editions:
Manifest and Latent Functions
The Bearing of Sociological Theory on Empirical Research
The Bearing of Empirical Research on Sociological Theory

Part Two
Studies in Social and Cultural Structure (extracts)
Social Structure and Anomie
Continuities in the Theory of Social Structure and Anomie
Bureaucratic Structure and Personality
Role of the Intellectual in Public Bureaucracy
Contributions to the Theory of Reference Group Behavior (with Alice S. Rossi)
Continuities in the Theory of Reference Groups and Social Structure
Patterns of Influence: Local and Cosmopolitan Influentials
The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

Part Three
The Sociology of Knowledge and Mass Communications
The Sociology of Knowledge
Karl Mannheim and the Sociology of Knowledge
Studies in Radio and Film Propaganda (with Paul F. Lazarsfeld)

Part Four
Studies in the Sociology of Science
Science and the Social Order
Science and the Democratic Social Structure
The Machine, the Worker, and the Engineer
Puritanism, Pietism, and Science
Science and Economy of 17th Century England

Merton, K. R. 1967 On Theoretical Sociology Is the five chapters of part one of the 1968 edition of Social Theory and Social Structure

Merton, R.K. 1994 A Life of Learning. Charles Homer Haskins Lecture for 1994. American Council of Learned Societies Occasional Paper No. 25 available at http://www.acls.org/op25.htm ACLS Publications, USA

James Mill

Mill, James 1820 "Essay on Government" article from Encyclopedia Britannica supplement available at http://studymore.org.uk/xmilgov.htm

Mill, James 1821-1822 Elements of Political Economy.

Mill, James 1825/1967 Essays on Government, Jurisprudence, the Liberty of the Press, Prisons and Prison Discipline, Colonies, the Law of Nations, and Education. Reprinted by permission from the Supplement to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Reprints of Economic Classics, Augustus M. Kelley, New York 1967

Mill, James 1829 Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind.

John Stuart Mill weblinks - See Coole - Fletcher - Halliday - Hayek - Roberts - Stillinger - Stewart - Turk - Warnock -

Mill, J.S. 1831/Spirit "The Spirit of the Age" Series of articles in The Examiner 6.1.1831 to 29.5.1831. Extracts in Mill, J.S. 1976 pp 170-178; MillCW22

Mill, J.S. 1831/1832 (Written) Essay on Marriage and Divorce

Mill, J.S. 1833/Redivivus Writings of Junius Redivivus Monthly Repository vol.7, April 1833, pp 262-270 (or Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, vol.3, 1833, pp 347-54. Halliday has both references) Junius Redivivus was the pseudonym of William Bridges Adams (1797-1872)

Mill, J.S. 1833/Bentham Remarks on Bentham's Philosophy MillCW10 pp 3-18

Mill, J.S.1833/Blakey Blakey's History of Moral Sciences MillCW10 pp 19-30

Mill, J.S.1835/Democracy Democracy and Government Extracts from two 1835 articles reprinted as an appendix in MILL, J.S.1859/1875 Vol.1 and reprinted in Mill, J.S. 1976. The first section was extracted by Mill from Bailey's Rationale of Political Representation London Review 1, 1835, the second section from his review of Tocqueville: London Review 2, 1835.

Mill, J.S. 1835/Sedgwick Sedgwick's Discourse MillCW10 pp 31-74

Mill, J.S.1837/Carlyle Review of Carlyle's French Revolution London and Westminster Review volumes 5 and 27 1837 p.48

Mill, J.S. 1838/Bentham Bentham London and Westminster Review August 1838 MillCW10 pp 75-116

Mill, J.S.1839/Reform Reorganisation of the Reform Party Westminster Review, April 1839, vol.32 pp 475-508

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Thomas Paine 1737-1809

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Daniel L. Pals

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Detlev J.K. Peukert (1950-

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Jean Piaget 9.8.1896-1980

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6.1. Her Body/Her Boundaries by Christine Battersby

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Daniel Rigney (1949-

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Andrew Roberts

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Jean Jacques Rouseau Roberts 1997 chapter 4 - weblinks - reviews

Rousseau/Cole 1913/1986 Everyman collection The Social Contract and Discourses. Page numbers from the 1986 setting.

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Jean Paul Sartre Laing and Cooper

Sartre, J.P. 1943 Being and Nothingness. An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology. (English 1958 Translation by Hazel Barnes, London)

Peter Sedgwick -1984

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Roger Scruton

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Wes Sharrock - John A Hughes - Peter J Martin

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Mary Shelley weblinks   Mellor   Roberts   Muriel Spark   Ty   Woodbridge

Shelley, M. 1818 Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus available at http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/toc/modeng/public/SheFran.html ( University of Virginia)

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Simmel, G. 1903 "Die Grossstäudte und das Geistesleben", in Die Grossstadt a collection of lectures and essays by K. Bücher, F. Ratzel, G. v. Mayr, H. Waentig, G. Simmel, Th. Petermann und D. Schäfer. Dresden. (See below)

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Young, J. 1971 The Drugtakers. The social meaning of drug abuse McGibbon and Kee.

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Young, J. 1974 "New Directions in Subcultural Theory" in Approaches to Sociology, edited by J Rex. Routledge & Kegan Paul, London - See 1974 -

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