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Author: Hans-Joachim Schubert,Charles Horton Cooley
ISBN13: 978-0226115085
Title: On Self and Social Organization (Heritage of Sociology Series)
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Category: Psychology and Counseling
Publisher: University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (October 15, 1998)
Pages: 268

On Self and Social Organization (Heritage of Sociology Series) by Hans-Joachim Schubert,Charles Horton Cooley



Series: Heritage of Sociology Series (Book 1998). Cooley was a superb writer. Out of all my assigned reading for sociology, this is the most enjoyable and informative. It has made me reexamine what place the individual holds in society, and how the relationship between the individual and society is essential to the fabric of the human experience. 3 people found this helpful.

It is almost impossible now to imagine the prestigious position Charles Horton Cooley (1864-1929) held within the founding generation of American sociologists. His seminal work on human communication, social organization, and public opinion stimulated and guided much of early American sociological thought. Cooley's work relating self and community is now more relevant than ever to the problems of understanding and directing modern democratic societies.

Schubert, Hans-Joachim. Uniform Title: Heritage of sociology. Rubrics: Social psychology Social groups Social change Self Individualism. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Heritage of Sociology Series. It is almost impossible now to imagine the prestigious position Charles Horton Cooley (1864-1929) held within the founding generation of American sociologists. Cooley's work relating self and community is now more relevant than It is almost impossible now to imagine the prestigious position Charles Horton Cooley (1864-1929) held within the founding generation of American sociologists.

Cooley, Charles Horton (2005 ): Social organization. A study of the larger mind. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publ. Schubert, Hans-Joachim (1998): Introduction. In: Charles Horton Cooley: On Self and Social Organization. Hg. von Hans-Joachim Schubert. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, S. 1-31. Schubert, Hans-Joachim (2006): The Foundation of Pragmatic Sociology – Charles Horton Cooley and George Herbert Mead. In: Journal of Classical Sociology 6(1): 51-74. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Wiley, Norbert (2011): A Mead–Cooley Merger. In: The American Sociologist 42(2-3): 168-186.

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On Self and Social Organization (Heritage of Sociology Series). It is almost impossible now to imagine the prestigious. Cooley greatly extended this conception of the "looking-glass self" in his next book, Social Organization (1909), in which he sketched a comprehensive approach to society and its major processes.

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It is almost impossible now to imagine the prestigious position Charles Horton Cooley (1864-1929) held within the founding generation of American sociologists. His seminal work on human communication, social organization, and public opinion stimulated and guided much of early American sociological thought. Cooley's work relating self and community is now more relevant than ever to the problems of understanding and directing modern democratic societies. Cooley applied the ideas of pragmatism to developing a systematic way of approaching social action, social change, and social order; he used these interrelated theories to analyze the social problems and cultural crises of the age. According to Cooley, social change is a fragile, interactive process that, due to constantly arising problems of action, requires ongoing scrutiny by the public. This collection of Cooley's best work is an important contribution not only to the history of ideas—especially to the origin of modern sociological theory— but also to the current public debate on civil society, community, and democracy.