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The Road to Serfdom
THERE are some who regard this War as liable to become economically a war against the middle class, as indeed the War of 1914ndash;18 was as touching the middle classes in Germany. Even were this theExpand
Rules of Sociological Method
First published in 1895: Emile Durkheim's masterful work on the nature and scope of sociology--now with a new introduction and improved translation by leading scholar Steven Lukes.The Rules of theExpand
Rules of Hope
Hope has been called the "life blood of the soul", an indispensable condition for human existence. Yet evidence in this book suggests that hope is neither a necessary nor a universal part of life.Expand
The Social Sciences
AN editorial appeared in The Times of March 28 under the heading “Social Surveys”, accompanied on the same day by a special article entitled “Wartime Social Surveys”. It was there suggested that aExpand
Unforgettable Experiences: The Relation of Life Events to Basic Beliefs About Self and World
A survey was conducted to examine the relation of current basic beliefs about the self and the world to reports of 13 emotionally significant life events and reports of childhood relationships withExpand
The role of culture in grief.
Reports of the effects of the death of a loved one were collected from subjects at the University of Massachusetts in the United States and the University of Madrid in Spain. Although reports of theExpand
A healthy outlook.
The sense of coherence-a healthy outlook-can be thought of as a measure of positive health, that is, a factor promoting resilience which enables an individual to remain healthy. Based on NationalExpand
Diagnosis of Our Time
PROF. MANNHEIM has achieved a position of deserved distinction among sociologists as the author of “Ideology and Utopia”. In the present volume he gathers together a number of his addresses deliveredExpand
The science and method of politics
  • G. Catlin
  • Economics, Political Science
  • 1 September 1927