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Table of Contents
|Foundations of Classical Sociological Theory|
|Classical Sociological Theory: Expanding The Foundation|
|Charlotte Perkins Gilman|
|W. E. B. Du Bois|
|George Herbert Mead|
|Twentieth-Century Sociological Traditions|
|Robert K. Merton|
|Exchange and Rational Choice Theories|
|Symbolic Interactionism and Dramaturgy|
|Arlie Russell Hochschild|
|Broadening Sociological Theory|
|Feminist and Gender Theories|
|Patricia Hill Collins|
|Poststructural and Postmodern Theories|
|Contemporary Theoretical Syntheses|
|The Global Society|
|Glossary and Terminology|
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