Tonnies community and civil society

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tonnies community and civil society

Editions of Community and Society by Ferdinand Tonnies

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Published 12.12.2018

Ferdinand Tonnies and Talcott Parsons

ISBN 13: 9780521567824

Loomis, pp. The German sociologist Ferdinand Tonnies was a major contributor to theory and field studies in sociology. Groups that form around essential will, in which membership is self-fulfilling, Tonnies called Gemeinschaft often translated as community. Groups in which membership was sustained by some instrumental goal or definite end he termed Gesellschaft often translated as society. Gemeinschaft was exemplified by the family or neighborhood; Gesellschaft, by the city or the state. Tonnies' major work, Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft first published in , is available in English translation edited and translated by Charles P. Loomis as Community and Society

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It is a response to modernity, an exercise in social, political and moral science, and an unusual commentary on the inner character of "democratic socialism". This new translation and introduction make this important work much more readily accessible to student readers, and those interested in social and political theory and the history of European ideas. Ferdinand TOnnies was a German sociologist most famous for studying the distinction between Gemeinschaft community and Gesellschaft society who also served as a lecturer at the University of Kiel. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Condition: New. Language: English.

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