2 edition of sociology of political independence found in the catalog.
sociology of political independence
Charles Constantine Moskos
Subtitle transposed from head of title.
|Statement||[by] Charles C. Moskos.|
|Series||International studies in political and social change|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 120 p.|
|Number of Pages||120|
Bibliography and the sociology of texts 11 lutely upon antecedent historical knowledge, for it can only function ‘with the assistance of previously gathered information on the tech-niques of book production’.6 But the most striking weakness of the deﬁnition is precisely its incapacity to accommodate history. Mr Atkinson is quite frank. In book: Sociology in Belgium (pp) Project: Sociology in Belgium, Sociology. the Kingdom of Belgium gained political independence.
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