Comparative social problems.

by S. N. Eisenstadt

Publisher: Free Press in New York

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Bibliography: p. 449-459.

StatementEdited by S.N. Eisenstadt.
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LC ClassificationsHN15 .E46
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Paginationxi, 463 p.
Number of Pages463
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LC Control Number64016956
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Contents. INTRODUCTION Ch Social Problems: A Comparative International Perspective - George Ritzer Ch 02 Theoretical Issues in the Study of Social Problems and Deviance - Joel Best Ch. 03 Methodological Issues in the Study of Social Problems - Norman K.

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