Sociological Thinkers of Soci 350C

Theorists

Emmanuel Kant

1724 - 1804

1784 - What is Enlightenment?

The Declaration of Independance

1774

Alexis De Tocqueville

1805 - 1859

1840 - Why Revolutions Become Rare

Karl Marx

1818 - 1883

The German Ideology - 1845/46
Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts - 1844
The Communist Manifesto - 1848
Capital - 1867

Emile Durkheim

1858 - 1917

The Rules of Sociological Method - 1895
The Division of Labour In Society - 1893
Suicide - 1897
The Elementary Forms of Religious Life - 1912

Georg Simmel

1858 - 1918

The Metropolis and Mental Life - 1903
The Stranger - 1908

Charlotte Perkins Gilman

1860 - 1935

The Yellow Wallpaper - 1899

George Herbert Mead

1863 - 1931

"Self", From Mind, Self, and Society - 1934

Max Weber

1864 - 1920

The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism - 1904
Class, Status, Party - 1925
Types of Legitimate Domination - 1925
Bureaucracy - 1925

WEB Dubois

1868 - 1963

The Souls of Black Folk - 1903

Engels - The Origins of the Family, Private Property, and the State

1884

Gilman - The Yellow Wallpaper

1892

Parsons - Sex Roles in the American Kinship System

1943

Goffman - The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life

1959

Marcuse - One Dimensional Man

1964

Merton - Social Structure and Anomie

1967

Schutz - The Phenomenology of the Social World

1967

Adorno - Culture Industry Reconsidered

1975

Foucault - Discipline and Punish

1975

Said - Orientalism

1978

Baudrillard - Simulacra and Simulations

1981

Bourdieu - Social Space and the Genesis of Groups

1982

Hoschild - The Managed Heart

1983

Smith - The Everyday World as Problematic

1987

Giddens - The Consequences of Modernity

1990

Habermas - Civil Society, Public Opinion and Communicative Power

1996

Ritzer - Rethinking Globalization

2003

Wallerstein - The Modern World System

2004

Connell - Change Among the Gatekeepers

2005

Smith - Institutional Ethnography

2005

The World

Industrial Revolution Begins

1750

The French Revolution

1789 - 1799

Abolition of Slave trade

1807

American Civil War

1861 - 1865

World War 1

1914 - 1918

World War 2

1939 - 1945

Cold War (Berlin Wall 1948 - 1989)

1947 - 1989

Chinese Cultural Revolution

1966

First Man on the Moon

1969

World Stock Market Crash

1987

Soviet Union Collapes

1991

Twin Towers Attacked

2001

Iraq War

2003 - 2011