Social and political theory
Auteurs : KIMMEL Michael, MESSNER MichaelLangue : Anglais
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2. John Locks, Selections from Second Treatise on Government
3. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Selections from the Social Contract
4. Thomas Jefferson, 'The Declaration of Independence', 'Letter to John Adams'
5. Adam Smith, Selections from The Wealth of Nations
6. Thomas Pine, Selections from The Rights of Man, 'An Occasional Letter on the Female Sex'
7. Mary Wollstonecraft, Selections from A Vindication of the Rights of Man: Selections from A Vindication of the Rights of Women
8. John Stuart Mill, Selections from On Liberty, Selections from the Subjection of Women
9. Harriet Martineau, Selections from Society in America
11. Frederick Douglass, Selections from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, 'The Rights of Women'
12. Margaret Fuller, Selections from Women in the Nineteenth Century
13. Karl Marx (and Engles), 'Theses on Feuerbach'
14. 'Communist Manifesto'
15. 'Wage Labour and Capital'
16. Matilda Gage, Selections from Women, Church and State
17. Max Weber, 'Class, Status, Party'
19. 'Sociology of Charismatic Authority'
20. 'The Meaning of Discipline'
21. Emile Durkheim, Selections from The Division of Labor in Society
22. Selections from The Elementary Forms of Religious Life
24. Georg Simmel, Selections from The Web of Group Affiliations
25. Lester Ward, Selections from 'Pure Sociology Theory of Woman's Dress'
26. W.E.B. DuBois, Selections from Souls of Black Folk, Selections from Darkwater, Voices from within the Veil, 'Votes for Women'
27. Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Selections from Women and Economics, Virginia Woolf, Selections from Three Guineas.
- Excerpts from classic readings give students a flavor of the original arguments.
- Short biographies on each theorist provide social and biographical contexts for the theorists work.
- Presents works by women and by men of color, like Wollstonecraft, Fuller, Douglass and DuBois, which make this reader unique.