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Philippine Sociological Review

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Genre : Sociology
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The Isa Handbook Of Diverse Sociological Traditions

Author : Sujata Patel
ISBN : 9781849204507
Genre : Social Science
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"A brilliant treasury of wisdom and insight drawn from leading sociologists throughout the world...It is a striking achievement, of which the International Sociological Association can be very proud, to have brought so many independent-minded scholars into so productive a dialogue." - Dennis Smith, Professor of Sociology, Loughborough University Twenty-nine chapters from prominent international contributors discuss, challenge and re-conceptualise the global discipline of sociology, evaluating the diversities within and between sociological traditions of many regions and nation-states. They assess all aspects of the discipline: ideas and theories; scholars and scholarship; practices and traditions; and ruptures and continuities through an international perspective. The Handbook argues that diversities in sociological traditions can be studied at three levels. First, they need to be studied from multiple spatial locations: within localities, within nation-states, within regions and the globe. Second, they need to be discussed in terms of their sociological moorings in distinct philosophies, epistemologies and theoretical frames, cultures of science and languages of reflection. Third, the intellectual moorings of sociological practices are extensive. The papers discuss the diverse and comparative sites of knowledge production and its transmission.

Society Culture

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The Sociology Of Southeast Asia

Author : Victor T. King
ISBN : 9788791114601
Genre : Social problems
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One of the main problems faced by teachers and students who have a scholarly interest in Southeast Asia is the lack of general, user-friendly texts in the social sciences. The absence of an introduction to the sociology of Southeast Asia is especially unfortunate. This volume attempts to meet these needs. This is, then, the first sole-authored introductory sociology text on Southeast Asia that focuses on change and development in the region, provides an overview of the important sociological and political economy writings, and considers the key concepts and themes in the field since 1945. Some multiauthored works do exist but these either are outdated or focus on specialized topics. Aimed primarily at undergraduates up to the final year, it will also be a useful reference work for post-graduates and researchers who lack such a general work.

Area Handbook For The Philippines

Author : Frederic H. Chaffee
ISBN : STANFORD:36105120043802
Genre : Electronic books
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Sociology In The Philippine Setting

Author : Chester L. Hunt
ISBN : UOM:39015000651169
Genre : Philippines
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Everyday Politics In The Philippines

Author : Benedict J. Kerkvliet
ISBN : 0742518701
Genre : Political Science
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Focusing on a rice farming village in central Luzon, Kerkvliet argues that the faction and patron-client relationships dealt with by conventional studies are only one part of Philippine political life.

Gender Migration And Domestic Service

Author : Janet Henshall Momsen
ISBN : 9781134655656
Genre : Science
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This book examines a wide range of migration patterns which have arisen, and exposes the tensions and difficulties including: * legal and empowerment issues * cultural and language diversities and barriers * the impact of live-in employment. The book features case studies taken from Europe, South and North America, the Caribbean, Asia, and Africa and uses original fieldwork using quantitative and qualitative methods.

State Nation Transnation

Author : Katie Willis
ISBN : 9781134414086
Genre : Political Science
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This edited volume examines the relationship between the nation and the transnation, focusing on transnational communities in the Asia-Pacific region. Setting the book within a theoretical framework, the authors explore a range of themes such as migration, identity and citizenship in chapters on China, the Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia, Australia, Singapore and Cambodia.

Philippine Studies

Author : Bruce Cruikshank
ISBN : UOM:39015004947589
Genre : Social Science
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