Harriet Martineau: Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives
Michael R. Hill, Susan Hoecker-Drysdale
Psychology Press, 2002 - Social Science - 233 pages
The Essays in this volume explore the work of Harriet Martineau from a sociological perspective, highlighting her theoretical contributions in the areas of the sociology of labor, gender and political economy. The contributors each offer a contextual, theoretical and methodological assessment of her work beginning with the opportunities and challenges of utilizing Martineau pedagogically in the sociology classroom.
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Series Editors Preface
Michael R Hill and Susan HoeckerDrysdale 3
Her Empirical Investigations
About the Contributors 213
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