Comparative reflections on sociology and conservatism : The contributions of Edward A. Tiryakian
Turner, Bryan S.. (2016). Comparative reflections on sociology and conservatism : The contributions of Edward A. Tiryakian. In In Robertson, Roland and Simpson, John (Ed.). The art and science of sociology : Essays in honor of Edward A. Tiryakian pp. 79-96 Anthem Press.
|Authors||Turner, Bryan S.|
|Editors||Robertson, Roland and Simpson, John|
[Extract] Given Professor Tiryakian's long-standing interest in Emile Durkheim and French sociology, such an inquiry into sociology's relationship to conservatism is appropriate to a publication in his honor. In this essay, I will focus on the United States, which emerged, alongside republican France, as a revolutionary society, and England which, after the civil war of the seventeenth century, escaped a revolutionary period during its emergence as a modern industrial society. Its society has consequently often been interpreted as one in which gradualism and compromise were to dominant responses to social change.
|Keywords||sociology; conservatism; Edward A. Tiryakian; values; sociocultural change|
|Book title||The art and science of sociology : Essays in honor of Edward A. Tiryakian|
|Place of publication||London, United Kingdom|
|New York, NY|
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|Deposited||04 Apr 2022|
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