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The Social Thought of C. Wright Mills

A. Javier Trevino Wheaton College
© 2012   232 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc   
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An accessible introduction to the social and political thought of one of the leading critics of mid-twentieth century American society

This inaugural volume of the Pine Forge Press Social Thinkers series provides a concise introduction to the work, life, and influences of C. Wright Mills. Accessible and provocative, this book closely examines the writings and ideas of C. Wright Mills that now, over half a century later, remain crucial in better understanding today’s world. The book’s primary focus is on two of his lifelong intellectual concerns: the interrelationship between social structure and personality and the bureaucratization of modern society and the power relations it produces. The book is ideal for use as a self-contained volume or in conjunction with sociological theory textbooks.

The Social Thought of C. Wright Mills

A. Javier Trevino Wheaton College
© 2012   232 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc  

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An accessible introduction to the social and political thought of one of the leading critics of mid-twentieth century American society

This inaugural volume of the Pine Forge Press Social Thinkers series provides a concise introduction to the work, life, and influences of C. Wright Mills. Accessible and provocative, this book closely examines the writings and ideas of C. Wright Mills that now, over half a century later, remain crucial in better understanding today’s world. The book’s primary focus is on two of his lifelong intellectual concerns: the interrelationship between social structure and personality and the bureaucratization of modern society and the power relations it produces. The book is ideal for use as a self-contained volume or in conjunction with sociological theory textbooks.

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