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Goldman, L. 1998 “Exceptionalism and Internationalism: The Origins of American Social Science Reconsidered” The Journal of Historical Sociology, Volume 11, Number 1, , pp. 1-36


Goldthorpe J.E., 1974 (3rd Ed 1985) An Introduction to Sociology Cambridge CUP

Layder D. 1994 Understanding Social Theory London: Sage pp.13-33

**McDougall (originally 1908) repr. 1960, An Introduction to Social Psychology, London, Methuen

**McTaggart J.M.E., 1908The Unreality of Time” Mind: A Quarterly Review of Psychology and Philosophy 17 (1908): 456-473.

*Parsons T. 1968 The Structure of Social Action Vol.1 3rd Ed. NY: Free Press, “Introduction to the Paperback Edition” (and previous prefaces) + ch.1

*Rowbotham S. 1973 Hidden from History London:Pluto

Scott J. 2006 Social Theory: Central Issues in Sociology London:Sage, Chapter 1

**Various:, 1862-1884 Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science Vols.6-28 (in the Archives of the Royal Society)


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4. Are there alternatives to the Parsonian account of the start of Sociology? Medical men, Synthesists, Critics and Prophets


Is modern sociology a by-product of the birth of scientific medicine?


Is reflection on the body the source of all human categorical thought?

*Cealey Harrison, W., and Hood-Williams, J., 2002, Beyond Sex and Gender, London: Sage Ch, ch 1-3


*Foucault M., 1971 Madness and Civilisation: A history of insanity in the age of reason, London: Tavistock

*Foucault M., 1973 The Birth of the Clinic London, Tavistock

Jones C, & Porter R. 1994 Reassessing Foucault London: Routledge

Porter, R..1987 Disease, medicine and society in England, 1550-1860 Basingstoke : Macmillan Education, 1987

**Sorokin P. 1928 Contemporary Sociological Theories New York: Harper (See also Sorokin P. 1966 Sociological Theories of Today, N.Y. Harper & Row)

*Turner B.1984 The Body and Society Oxford, Blackwell

Turner B.1987 Medical Power and Social Knowledge London: Sage

Turner B.1992 Regulating Bodies London, Routledge


5 Making Social Change the problem


In what sense was change a “new problem” in the 19th century?


** Comte A., (Originally 1842 )1970 Course of Positive Philosophy Indiana: Bobbs-Merrill (or abridged version, London Croom Helm, 1974)

Harrington A. 2005 “Classical Social Theory: Contexts and Beginnings” in Harrington A. ed. (2005) Modern Social Theory, Oxford: OUP pp.24-37

*Foucault M., 1972 The Archaeology of Knowledge, London: Tavistock

**Maine H. (Originally 1861) New ed. 1917 Ancient Law London: Dent (Everyman’s)

**Spenser H. ( originally1892-8) 1969 New ed. The Principles Of Sociology Vols.I-III, London: Macmillan


6 Making Theorising Change the problem I: Marx and the Past


Marx believed that social institutions were functional in various ways for various groups which emerge during the complex development of social stratification. How come no text books put it this way?


Elster, J. 1985 Making Sense of Marx Cambridge:CUP

**Marx K and Engels F. (Originally 1847-8) 1985 New Ed. The Communist Manifesto Harmondsworth, Penguin

**Marx K. (Originally 1867-1894) 1976-81, Capital 3 Vols, with intro by E.Mandel Harmondsworth: Pelican/Penguin

Palumbo A. and Scott A. 2005, Classical Social Theory II in Harrington A. ed. (2005) Modern Social Theory, Oxford: OUP pp.40-50


7: Making Theorising Change the problem II: Marx and the Future


Has History disproved Marxism?


*Althusser L. 1977 2nd Ed. For Marx London: NLB

*Callinicos A. 1989 Against Postmodernism: A Marxist Critique Cambridge: Polity Press

**Marx K (Originally 1852) 1951,(3rd. Ed). The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon Moscow: Progress, OR find it in Marx K. 1973 Political Writings Vol..2 Surveys from Exile, Harmondsworth: Penguin

Wallace, R.A. & Wolf A. 2005, 6th ed. Contemporary Sociological Theory Pearson N.J, pp. 67-99


8 Theorising Change: III Durkheim


How does Durkheim’s account of social change differ from Marx’s


**Durkheim, E. (originally 1893) New ed. 1984 The Division of Labour in Society, Basingstoke: Macmillan

**Durkheim E. (Originally 1897) 1952 Suicide London: Routledge

Palumbo A. and Scott A. 2005, Classical Social Theory II in Harrington A. ed. (2005) Modern Social Theory, Oxford: OUP pp.51-62

*Parsons T. 1968 The Structure of Social Action Vol.1 3rd Ed. NY: Free Press ch.ch. 8-12

Turner B.S. 1999 Classical Sociology London: Sage Ch.5


9. And back to the theory of Order


Is “Left Weberianism”a valid interpretation of Weber?


Collins R. 1994 Four Sociological Traditions Oxford:OUP pp.81-120

** Gerth H.H, and Mills, C.W. (originally1948), New Ed. 1991 From Max Weber: Essays in Sociology, with an Introduction by Bryan S.Turner, London: Routledge. [Be careful, however, these chunks of Weber are often taken out of a context which is more nuanced.]

**Levine D. ed. 1971 On Individuality and Social Forms: Selected Writings of Georg Simmel, Chicago: University of Chicago Press

*Parsons T. 1968 The Structure of Social Action Vol.1 3rd Ed. NY: Free Press, chch. 13-17

Poggi, G. 2005, Classical Social Theory III in Harrington A. ed. (2005) Modern Social Theory, Oxford: OUP pp.63-86

*Rex.J. 1973 Discovering Sociology London: Routledge and Kegan Paul

**Simmel G. (originally 1900) 1990 The Philosophy of Money London: Routledge

**Simmel G. (originally 1908) 1950 The sociology of Georg Simmel translated, edited and with an introduction by K. H. Wolff, New York: Free Press

**Tönnies F. (Originally 1887) 2001 Community and Civil Society (tr.M.Hollis, ed. J.Harris) , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. NB it is also possible to get earlier translations entitled just Community and Society

*Turner B.S. 1999 Classical Sociology London: Sage Ch.2-4, 8

**Weber, M. (orig. 1904-5) 1992 (New ed. of T.Parsons’ trans of Rev. Ed of 1920) The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, London:Routledge

** Weber M. (Originally 1920-22)1979 Economy and Society: An Outline of Interpretative Sociology, Berkeley: University of California Press

Whimster S. & Lash S. 1985 Max Weber: Rationality and Modernity, London: Allen and Unwin


10 And were they part of one story? Functionalism as Synthesis.


Is Sociology one discipline?


Collins R. 1994 Four Sociological Traditions Oxford:OUP pp.198-203

*Gouldner, A. 1970 The Coming Crisis of western Sociology London Heinemann, Part Two

Holmwood J., 2005, “Functional Theory and its Critics” in Harrington A. ed. (2005) Modern Social Theory, Oxford: OUP pp.87-99

*Mills, C.W. (Originally 1959) 1970 The Sociological Imagination Harmondsworth: Penguin

**Parsons, T. 1951 The Social System NY: Free Press

**Sorokin P. (Originally 1956) 1976 Fads and Foibles in Modern Sociology and Related Sciences Westport:Greenwood

*Turner B.S. 1999 Classical Sociology London: Sage Ch.9


11. Variants of Functionalism


Can the survival and evolution of functionalist ideas be explained by their own functionality?


** Coleman, J.S 1990, Foundations of Social Theory, Cambridge, Mass: Harvard UP

*Davis K. and Moore, W.E., 1945 “Some Principles of Stratification” American Sociological Review, Vol.10, pp.242-9 It is reprinted in Bendix, R and S. M. Lipset eds. Class, Status and Power. New York: The Free Press, 1966: pp.47-53.

*Davis K. 1959 “The Myth of Functionalism as a Special Method in Sociology and Anthropology” American Sociological Review Vol.24, pp 757-72

Holmwood J., 2005, “Functional Theory and its Critics” in Harrington A. ed. (2005) Modern Social Theory, Oxford: OUP pp.100-109

*Gouldner, A. 1970 The Coming Crisis of western Sociology London Heinemann, ch.11

*Mauss M. (Originally 1925) 1966 The Gift London:Routledge & Kegan Paul

*Merton R.K. 1968 (enlarged ed.) Social Theory and Social Structure London: Collier Macmillan Ch.Ch.2-5

Tiryakian, E. ed. 1963 Sociological theory, values, and sociocultural change: Essays in honor of Pitirim A. Sorokin NY: Free Press

Wallace, R.A. & Wolf A. 2005, 6th ed. Contemporary Sociological Theory Pearson N.J, pp. 45-66


12. A pigeonhole for Women?


How far has feminism changed sociology as a whole?


Adkins L., 2005, “Feminist Social Theory” in Harrington A. ed. (2005) Modern Social Theory, Oxford: OUP pp.233-251

*Beechey, V. 1987 Unequal Work: London: Verso

Campbell, K, 2004, Jacques Lacan and Feminist Epistemology London:Routledge

*Cealey Harrison, W., and Hood-Williams, J., 2002, Beyond Sex and Gender, London: Sage ch ch 4-11

Delamont S. 2003 Feminist Sociology London:Sage

*Greer, G., (Originally 1970) 1993 The Female Eunuch, London: Flamingo

*Millett, K. 1971 Sexual Politics, London: Hart-Davis

*Oakley A. 1974 The Sociology of Housework London:Martin Robertson

*Smith D., 1988 The Everyday world as Problematic Milton Keynes Open UP

Wallace, R.A. & Wolf A. 2005, 6th ed. Contemporary Sociological Theory Pearson N.J, pp. 247-260, 292-300,


13 The Missing Years I: The Nemesis of the Paradigm Shifters: Ghosts of the Welfare State


A. British Sociology from the L.S.E. to the E.S.R.C.


How could Titmuss write a book entitled “The Gift Relationship” of which “altruism” is the main concept, and argue that Mauss is irrelevant, and not even mention Sorokin?

To what extent did some British empiricist sociologists of the 20th century take up an anti-theoretical position similar to the anti-rationalist position of British empiricist philosophers of the 17th and 18th centuries?

Does British sociology show a distinctive British class consciousness?


*Anthias, Floya 2001, 'The concept of ‘social division’ and theorising stratification: looking at ethnicity and class', Sociology, Nov.

*Bott E., (Originally 1957) 1971 Family and Social Network London: Tavistock

*Cherns A. 1979 Using the Social Sciences Routledge and Kegan Paul, London

*Cherns A. 1972 Social Science and Government, London:Tavistock

Compton Rosemary 1998, Class and Stratification, Cambridge, Polity

*Giddens, A, and Held, David 1982, Classes, power and conflict, London: Macmillan: sections II, IV, VII

Goldthorpe, J. 1980 Social Mobility Oxford: Clarendon Press

*Halmos P. 1978 The Personal and the Political London, Hutchinson

Halsey, A,H. 2004 A History of Sociology in Britain Oxford:OUP

*Hayek F.A, 1944 The Road to Serfdom London:Routledge

*Marshall TH 1965 Social Policy London, Hutchinson

*Marshall T.H. 1950 Citizenship and Social Class Cambridge, C.U.P.

*Platt J. 1971 Social Research in Bethnal Green London:Macmillan

*Popper K. (Originally 1945) 1966 5th ed. The Open Society and its Enemies London: Routledge

*Rex J and Moore R. 1967 Race, Community and Conflict, Oxford:OUP

*Rex J.1961 Key problems of sociological theory London: Routledge and Kegan Paul

Rex J. ed. 1974 Approaches to sociology : an introduction to major trends in British sociology London:Routledge and Kegan Paul

*Titmuss R.M.1973 The Gift Relationship London, Penguin

*Townsend P. 1980 Poverty in the United Kingdom London, Pelican

*Turner B.S. 1999 Classical Sociology London: Sage Ch.15

*Winch P. (Originally1958) 1990, 2nd ed. The Idea of a Social Science and its relation to Philosophy, London:Routledge


B. Historical Sociology and Paradigm-Changing


Is knowledge a matter of fashion?


How far did Anglo-American Sociology of Knowledge anticipate Foucauldian Discourse Analysis?


How far does Asimov’s Foundation trilogy reflect the confidence of mid-20th century American sociology in its own potential for social engineering?


**Asimov I. (Originally 1951) Foundation, London:Grafton (Novel)

**Eisenstadt S. ed. 1986 The Origins and Diversities of The Axial Age Civilisations NY: SUNY Press

**Elias, N. (Originally 1939) 1994 The Civilising Process Oxford: Blackwell

**Feyerabend, P, (Originally 1975) 1993 Against Method London:Verso

*Gouldner, A. 1970 The Coming Crisis of western Sociology London Heinemann, ch.9

**Kerr, C. 1983 The future of industrial societies : convergence or continuing diversity? Cambridge:Mass, Harvard UP

**Mannheim K. (Originally 1929) 1991 New ed. Ideology and utopia : an introduction to the sociology of knowledge London:Routledge (Intro by B.S.Turner)

*Mills, C.W. 1959 The Sociological Imagination, Oxford, OUP

**Popper, K. (Originally 1935) 1992 The Logic of Scientific Discovery London:Routledge

Dennis Smith 2005, “Historical Social Theory” in Harrington A. ed. (2005) Modern Social Theory, Oxford: OUP pp.132-152

*Turner B.S. 1999 Classical Sociology London: Sage Ch.15

**Kuhn T. (Originally 1962) 1996 New ed. The Structure of Scientific Revolution, Chicago: Chicago University Press


14 The Missing Years II: Sociology under State Socialism and Neo-Marxism: Which One was the Evil Twin?


A. ‘Communist Sociology’


How far did some ethnography and Marxist analyses in ‘Communist’ states reproduce the methods of western sociology?


*Fei, H-T. 1980 “Ethnic Identification in China” Social Sciences in China, Vol.1, No.1 pp.94-107

*Gouldner, A. 1970 The Coming Crisis of western Sociology London Heinemann, Ch.12

**Stahl, H H 1980 Traditional Romanian Village Communities Cambridge, Cambridge University Press

Wong, S-L, 1979 Sociology and Socialism in Contemporary China, London: Routledge

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