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Emile Durkheim s i Suicide i addresses the phenomenon of suicide and its social causes Written by one of the world s most influential sociologists this classic argues that suicide primarily results from a lack of integration of the individual into society i Suicide i provides readers with an understanding of the impetus for suicide and its psychological impact on the victim family and society by Émile Durkheim, George Simpson, John A. Spaulding

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On Suicide: A Study in Sociology
Title:On Suicide: A Study in Sociology
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Number of Pages:405
Category:Sociology, Psychology, Non fiction, Philosophy, Anthropology
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Sociology and Philosophy, Professional Ethics and Civic Morals, Rules of Sociological Method, Emile Durkheim on Morality and Society, Moral Education, Selected Writings, Primitive Classification, The Division of Labor in Society, The Elementary Forms of Religious Life, On Suicide: A Study in Sociology
First published in 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 i The Rules of the Sociological Method i is among the most important contributions to the field of sociology still debated among scholars today Through letters arguments and commentaries on significant debates Durkheim confronted critics clarified his own position and defended the objective scientific method he applied to his study of humans This updated edition offers an introduction and extra notes as well as a new translation to improve the clarity and accessibility of this essential work br br br br In the introduction Steven Lukes author of the definitive biography i Emile Durkheim His Life and Work i spells out Durkheim s intentions shows the limits of Durkheim s view of sociology and presents its political background and significance Making use of the various texts in this volume and Durkheim s later work Lukes discusses how Durkheim s methodology was modified or disregarded in practice and how it is still relevant today br br br br With substantial notes on context this user friendly edition will greatly ease the task of students and scholars working with Durkheim s method a view that has been a focal point of sociology since its original publication i The Rules of the Sociological Method i will engage a new generation of readers with Durkheim s rich contribution to the field, In i The Elementary Forms of Religious Life i Emile Durkheim sets himself the task of discovering the enduring source of human social identity He investigates what he considered to be the simplest form of documented religion totemism among the Aborigines of Australia For Durkheim studying Aboriginal religion was a way to yield an understanding of the religious nature of man by showing us an essential and permanent aspect of humanity The need and capacity of men and women to relate to one another socially lies at the heart of Durkheim s exploration in which religion embodies the beliefs that shape our moral universe br br i The Elementary Forms i has been applauded and debated by sociologists anthropologists ethnographers philosophers and theologians and continues to speak to new generations about the intriguing origin and nature of religion and society This new lightly abridged edition provides an excellent introduction to Durkheim s ideas, Emile Durkheim is best known in this country as a great sociologist and methodologist Yet it was Durkheim s reflections on morality and society that spoke most deeply of his vital concerns In his informative introduction to this work Robert N Bellah describes Durkheim as moralist philosopher theologian and prophet as well as sociologist and the selections in this volume are representative of these aspects of Durkheim s many faceted scholarship br br The first two selections of the volume set the context for the development of Durkheim s sociology of morality Section I The French Tradition of Social Thought gives Durkheim s picture of how his sociology is to be situated relative to the general French tradition Section II Sociology and Social Action shows Durkheim grappling with moral and political issues in his society and indicates the immediate social context of his thinking br br The remaining selections indicate some of the major substantive areas of Durkheim s sociology of morality Section III taken from i The Division of Labor in Society i demonstrates his basically evolutionary approach to the development of moral norms in society Section IV The Learning of Morality gives examples of Durkheim s work on socialization Section V Social Creativity deals with the important question of how new moral norms arise in society br, Emile Durkheim and Marcel Mauss maintain that society is the source of the very categories of human thought First published in the i Ann e Sociologique i in this classic essay has been translated by Rodney Needham who also provides a critical introduction br br i Primitive Classification i will impress the reader with its quiet elegance its direct logical form its clarity of style its spirit of careful yet bold exploration Harry Alpert i American Journal of Sociology i br br Particularly instructive for anyone who wonders what social anthropology is how if at all it differs from sociology and whether it has any unifying theoretical problem F K Lehman i American Sociological Review i br