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何雨   社会科学文献出版社  2016-12 出版
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本书分为两部分,前面4章主要是回溯学派的历史演变,而后面4章致力于澄清学派对社会学学科的理论贡献。作者希望通过本研究能够向感兴趣的读者提供一个全景式、整体性、具有内在关联的芝加哥学派图景,让人们不仅对芝加哥学派的诞生、发展与演变的“历史”有一个基本的认识,而且让人们还能够深刻理解芝加哥学派在理论上为后人留下的遗产。
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  • 第1章 导论:作为知识共同体的社会学芝加哥学派
    1. 第1节 社会学芝加哥学派的中国缘分及其再续
    2. 第2节 经久不衰的学派研究兴趣
    3. 第3节 从历史演变到学科贡献
  • 第2章 奠基:构建学派组织与建制架构
    1. 第1节 芝加哥学派的学科意义
    2. 第2节 城市与大学的血脉相连
    3. 第3节 社会学的诞生及其早期成就
  • 第3章 跨越:铸就学派学术基质与声望
    1. 第1节 托马斯生平及学术渊源
    2. 第2节 《波兰农民》:经验研究的丰碑
    3. 第3节 戛然断裂的学术生涯
  • 第4章 巅峰:缔造学派全面辉煌成就
    1. 第1节 帕克:芝加哥学派的“研究引擎”
    2. 第2节 伯吉斯:甘为绿叶的学派二把手
    3. 第3节 黄金时代的终结与学派再兴
  • 第5章 美国化:寻求种族与族群同化之路
    1. 第1节 美国化:移民国家的认同问题
    2. 第2节 托马斯:学派美国化研究的滥觞
    3. 第3节 博士生:美国化研究的经验典范
  • 第6章 城市化:探索现代城市规律与特性
    1. 第1节 人类生态学的方法论隐喻
    2. 第2节 城市形态的生态学模型
    3. 第3节 现代性交织下的城市性思考
  • 第7章 社会化:诊断城市文明社会病理
    1. 第1节 异常、犯罪、越轨与社会控制
    2. 第2节 对社会异常现象的研究
    3. 第3节 对犯罪与越轨现象的诊断
  • 第8章 总结与讨论
    1. 第1节 作为知识共同体的芝加哥学派
    2. 第2节 芝加哥学派范式的当代意义
    3. 第3节 芝加哥学派的学科遗产
  • 人名索引
  • 主题索引
  • 后记
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