Anthony Giddens: Consensus and Controversy
Falmer Press, 1990 - 352 sider
This volume forms part of a series of publications on contemporary sociologists. The work of each scholar chosen, in this case Anthony Giddens, is internationally recognised and is relevant to the core of the discipline in the 1990s, is thematic in coverage and is, at one and the same time, consensus-generating.
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