Who is Talcott Parsons?

  • (noun): United States sociologist (1902-1979).
    Synonyms: Parsons

Talcott Parsons

Talcott Parsons (December 13, 1902 – May 8, 1979) was an American sociologist who served on the faculty of Harvard University from 1927 to 1973.

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Social System - Literature
... Talcott Parsons 1970 ... The System of Modern Societies, New York Talcott Parsons 1977 ... Systems and the Evolution of Action Theory, New York Talcott Parsons 1978 ...
Talcott Parsons - Works On Parsons
... Adriaansens, Talcott Parsons and the Conceptual dilemma ... of Social Evolution An Examination of the theories of Gerhard Lenski and Talcott Parsons ... Alexander, The Modern Reconstruction of Classical Thought Talcott Parsons ...
Lawrence Joseph Henderson - Biography
... Henderson influenced many Harvard sociologists, especially Talcott Parsons, George C ... Henderson was instrumental in promoting Talcott Parsons career at Harvard despite Pitirim Sorokin's opposition ... He also discussed intensively with Parsons the methodological chapters of Talcott Parsons "The Structure" of Social Action" (1937) at the time when Parsons was working on the raw manuscript ...

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