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Volume 27 No 3 Special Issue. History and Sociology, September 1976

Contents

  • From Historical Sociology to Theoretical History, Gareth Stedman Jones
  • History and Sociology in the Work of Max Weber, Guenther Roth, Max Weber
  • The Wrong Way Through the Telescope: A Note on Literary Evidence in Sociology and in Historical Sociology, Peter Laslett
  • A World-System Perspective on the Social Sciences, Immanuel Wallerstein
  • Some Problems of Interpretative Historiography, Paul Rock
  • H T Buckle: The Liberal Faith and the Science of History, Bernard Semmel

Review article

Author Title Reviewer
  On History, Sociology and Historical Relevance  
Robert Moore Pit-Men, Preachers & Politics; The Effects of Methodism in a Durham Mining Community E P Thompson

Books reviewed

Pages 403-412

Author Title Reviewer
Tom Bottomore Marxist Sociology John Rex
Alan Swingewood Marx and Modern Social Theory John Rex
V L Allen Social Analysis. A Marxist Critique and Alternative John Rex
Max Weber, Guy Oakes Roscher and Knies: The Logical Problems of Historical Economics Paul Q Hirst
Max Weber, R I Frank The Agrarian Sociology of Ancient Civilizations Paul Q Hirst
Wolfgang Mommsen The Age of Bureaucracy: Perspectives on the Political Sociology of Max Weber John Orr
Donald MacRae Max Weber John Orr
Douglas Hay, Peter Linebaugh, John G Rule, E P Thompson, Cal Winslow Albion's Fatal Tree: Crime and Society in Eighteenth Century England Ian Taylor
E P Thompson Whigs and Hunters: The Origins of the Black Act Ian Taylor
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