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Bryan S. Turner is a leading Weber scholar and contemporary sociologist. He has edited Max Weber: Critical Responses (Routledge 1999) and Max Weber on Economy and Society, with Robert Holton (Routledge 1989), and is the founding editor with John O'Neill of the Journal of Classical Sociology.Review:
"Weber is essential to an understanding of sociological theory, and this is the quintessential Weber--a gold mine of insights into the workings of society."--Leslie Wasson, University of South Florida
"Still the best compilation of texts by Weber."--Peter Jelavich, University of Texas, Austin
"Wonderful....A classic for teaching modern EUuropean intellectual and cultural history."--Marjorie Beale, University of California
"An excellent collection of papers from Max Weber. This is must reading for students of sociology."--Sronja Szelenyi, Stanford University
"Still the single best book by and about Max Weber."--Terry Boswell, Emory University
"The writings selected are representative of a wide range of the author's exceedingly verstaile and comprehensive studies."--Talcott Parsons, Annals of the American Academy of Political Science
"A good and accessible compilation of Weber's major themes."--Laurel Kearns, Agnes Scott College
"A good, solid anthology; wide-ranging in its contents and should be standard in many sociology courses."--Gregory O'Dea, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
"Superb collection of key texts!"--Szonja Szelenyi, Stanford University
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