Émile Durkheim: Exemplar for an Integrated Sociological Paradigm?

@article{Ritzer1981mileDE,
  title={{\'E}mile Durkheim: Exemplar for an Integrated Sociological Paradigm?},
  author={G. Ritzer and R. Bell},
  journal={Social Forces},
  year={1981},
  volume={59},
  pages={966-995}
}
Stipulating that an adequate integrated paradigm for sociology must embrace two basic social dimensions, macroto micro-social and the objectivesubjective aspects of social life, we ask whether Durkheim's work meets these requirements. We find that although his work can contribute to this end (with its recognition of multiple levels of reality, the relations among these levels and their change through history, and with its marked contributions at the macrosubjective level) it is nonetheless an… Expand
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