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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This literature review represents the work of many people. The general background section was written by Margaret A. O'Connell. Kathyrn A. Kelsey wrote the review of empirical studies for amphibians and reptiles. Ellen L. Martin-Yanny wrote the corresponding section for birds, Bertie J. Weddell wrote the small mammal review. Robin E. Christy(More)
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This essay drews attention to two books on empires by historians which deserve the attention of sociologists. Bang's model of the workings of the Roman economy powerfully demonstrates the tributary nature of per-industrial tributary empires. Darwin's analysis concentrates on modern overseas empires, wholly different in character as they involved the(More)
There is a great deal to welcome in Michael Burawoy's plea for public sociology. For one thing, sociologists can have an impact on public affairs, and in the varied ways in which he suggests. The role played by European sociology in ending capital punishment seems to me exemplary, and I have no doubt but that basic morality should lead sociologists into(More)
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