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Towards Relational Sociology
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Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. Individualism, Holism and Beyond 3. Mapping the Territory 4. From Strategy to Empathy 5. Mind, Meaning and Intersubjectivity 6. I, Me and the Other 7. Exchange, Sociability and Power 8. Structure, Agency and Social Worlds 9. Networks, Conventions and Resources: The Structure(s) of Social Worlds Bibliography Index

About the Author

Nick Crossley is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Manchester, UK. He has published on a wide range of issues in sociology, most recently on social network analysis.

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'...there is no doubt that N. Crossley has made a significant contribution to relational sociology. This is exactly the kind of work we need at this point, if we want to move it forward. Any social scientist interested in relational sociology should read and criticize this book carefully.'-Francois Depelteau, Laurentian University in the Canadian Journal of Sociology vol 36 no 4'...clear, fresh and ambitious...' '...elements of the social cosmos underplayed...by Bourdieu are fruitfully brought to the fore. Crossley’s intriguing rereading of Foucault through network lenses, for example, offers a potentially fertile means of investigating the circuits of symbolic power.' -Will Atkinson, University of Bristol in Sociology, vol 46 no 1

'...there is no doubt that N. Crossley has made a significant contribution to relational sociology. This is exactly the kind of work we need at this point, if we want to move it forward. Any social scientist interested in relational sociology should read and criticize this book carefully.'-Francois Depelteau, Laurentian University in the Canadian Journal of Sociology vol 36 no 4

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