Sociological Analysis

Some articles on sociological analysis, sociological, analysis:

Socialism (book) - Publication History - In English
... Socialism An Economic and Sociological Analysis ... London Jonathan Cape, 1936 OCLC 72357479 Socialism An Economic and Sociological Analysis ... Socialism An Economic and Sociological Analysis ...
Stephen A. Kent - Works
... “Mysticism, Quakerism, and Relative Deprivation A Sociological Reply to R.A ... “Slogan Chanters to Mantra Chanters A Mertonian Deviance Analysis of Conversion to the Religious Organizations of the Early 1970s,” Sociological Analysis 49 no ... Fixed Price Policy Max Weber and Beyond,” Sociological Inquiry 53 no.1 (February, 1983) 16-32 Revised Reprint in Time, Place, and Circumstance Neo-Weberian Essays in Religion, Culture, and Society ...
Jehovah's Witnesses - Sociological Analysis
... See also Sociological classifications of religious movements Sociologist James A ... and perhaps even the exclusion of all other interests." A sociological comparative study by the Pew Research Center found that Jehovah's Witnesses in the United States ranked highest in statistics for ...

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