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Max Weber is the leading representative of an interpretive sociology aiming at an explanation in terms of the motives of the acting individuals. He is also the proponent of the thesis that the Western world is moving in the direction of increasing rationalization, held by many to be the uniting...
Criminologists often consider traditional criminals as being oriented to the present. Here, it will be argued that this view gives a simplified and partially misleading picture. Because of the nature of the criminal world, criminals are forced to fast decisions, vital for their future....
The classical conception of the development of capitalism in agriculture maintains that, as in industry, the agrarian class-structure will tend to polarize, the petty commodity producer will tend to disappear, and a capitalist relation of production will develop between an agrarian bourgeoisie...
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