Max Weber
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Works by Weber
304 W38fgFrom Max Weber: essays in sociology
330.1 W38tThe theory of social and economic organization
BL1801. W33The religion of China: Confucianism and Taoism
BL2001. W443The religion of India; the sociology of Buddhism and Hinduism
BL60. W433The sociology of religion
BR115. E3 W4The protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism
BS1192. W413Ancient Judaism
DK263.1 6. W4313The Russian Revolutions
H61. W4Max Weber on the methodology of the social sciences
H61. W4213Roscher and Knies: the logical problems of historical economy
HB501. W4714213Max Weber on capitalism, bureaucracy and religion
HM24. W4213Critique of Stammler
HM51. W396Max Weber: the interpretation of social reality
HM51. W396Max Weber: selections in translation
HM51. W3963213Sociological writings
HM57. W342Economy and society: an outline of interpretive sociology
HM57. W343Basic concepts in sociology
HT151. W413The city
JC263. W38213Weber: political writings
LA727. W4213Max Weber on universities
ML3800. W37The rational and social foundations of music
ND237. W37 W47Max Weber
Works About Weber
B3361. 27 R67Roth, GuentherMax Weber's vision of history: ethics and methods
B3361. 27 S44Segady, ThomasValues, neo Kantianism, and the development of Weberian methodology
B785. L3954 J3Jaspers, KarlThree essays: Leonardo, Descartes, Max Weber
B829.5 . S38Schutz, AlfredOn phenomenology and social relations; selected writings
BL60. S295Schlushter, WolfgangRationalism, religion, and domination: a Weberian perspective
BP173. 25. W4Turner, Bryan S. Weber and Islam: a critical study
BR115. E3 E4Eisenstadt, S.N.The Protestant ethic and modernization; a comparative view
BR115. E3 R62Robertson, HectorAspects of the rise of economic individualism
H59. W4 M3Mayer, J.P.Max Weber and German politics, a study in poltical sociology
H61. W42 B87Berger, ThomasMax Weber's theory of concept formation: history, laws, and ideal types
HB107. W4 F83Fugen, Hans NorbertMax Weber: mit selbstzeugnissen und Bilddokumenten
HB107. W4 W413Weber, MarianneMax Weber: a biography
HM101. S2817Scaff, LawrenceFleeing the iron cage: culture, politics, and modernity in the thought of Max Weber
HM13. D48Duetscher, SoziologentagMax Weber and sociology today
HM131. W38WeberMax Weber on charisma and institiution building
HM19. G44Gerth, HansPolitics, character, and culture: perspectives
HM19. G53Giddens, AnthonyCapitalism and modern social theory; an analysis of the writings of Marx, Durkheim, Weber
HM19. M85 Munch, RichardUnderstanding modernity: toward a new perspective going beyond Durkheim and Weber
HM213. S22Sadri, AhmadMax Weber's sociology of intellectuals
HM22Kalhberg, StephenMax Weber's comparative-historical sociology
HM22. G3 K446Kivesto, PeterMax Weber, a bio-bibliography
HM22. G3 W42Bendix, ReinhardMax Weber: an intellectual portrait
HM22. G3 W423Bendix, ReinhardScholarship and partisanship; essays on Max Weber
HM22. G3 W42367Brubaker, RogerThe limits of rationality: an essay on the social and moral thoughts of Max Weber
HM22. G3 W4413Freund, JulienThe sociology of Max Weber
HM22. G3 W444Homgsheim, PaulOn Max Weber
HM22. G3 W448Lachmann, Ludwig M.The legacy of Max Weber: three essays
HM22. G3 W45453Lowith, KarlMax Weber and Karl Marx
HM22. G3 W45455MacRae, DonaldMax Weber
HM22. G3 W45457ed. Sahay, ArunMax Weber and modern sociology
HM22. G3 W455Mitzman, ArthurThe iron cage: an historical interpretation of Max Weber
HM22. G3 W456Mommesen, WolfgangThe age of bureaucracy; perspectives on the political sociology of Max Weber
HM22. G3 W4567Parkin, FrankMax Weber
HM22. G3 W4568Peukert, DetlevMax Weber's Diagonose der Moderne
HM22. G3 W485Wrong, Dennis HumeMax Weber
HM24. H456Hekman, SusanWeber, the ideal type and contemporary social theory
HM24. R65Rogers, Rolf E.Max Weber's ideal type theory
HM271. B378Bendix, ReinhardForce, fate, and freedom
HM57. S413Schutz, AlfredThe phenomenology of the social world
HN17. F74Friedman, Kathi V.Legitimation of social rights and the western welfare state: a Weberian perspective
HN683. S47 ed. Loomis, Charles PSocio economic change and the religious factor in India
JA76. B37Beetham, DavidMax Weber and the theory of modern politics
JC263. W42 D7Dronberger, IlseThe political thought of Max Weber; in quest of statesmanship
JC263. W42 M66Mommsen, WolfgangThe political and social theory of Max Weber
JC328. 3. M47Merquior, Jose G.Rousseau and Weber: two studies in the theory of legitimacy
JF1501. P34Page, EdwardPolitical authority and bureaucratic power: a comparative analysis
JN3952. L613Loewenstein, KarlMax Weber's poltical ideas in the perspective of our time
ND553. R67 L4Leonard, Sandra F.Henri Rousseau and Max Weber
Recent Articles Concerning Weber
Journal of Southeast Asian studies
1995, March, 26:1, 17-30
Werheim, WimThe contribution of Weberian sociology to the studies of Southeast Asia
Journal of European Studies
1995, June, 25:98, 123-141
Chowers, EyalMax Weber: the fate of homo-hermeneut in a disenchanted world
American Behavioral Scientist
1995, Jan.,38:3, 391-407
Stone, JohnRace, ethnicity, and the Weberian legacy
The New Republic
1995, Jan 2,38:4, 9-10
editorialTo the Max
Political Theory
1995, Feb., 23:1, 25-48
Breiner, PeterThe political logic of economics and the economic logic of modernity in Max Weber
1995, 24:6, 600-602
Ross, H.E.Weber then and now
Critical Quarterly
1994, Winter, 36:4, 12-19
Ringer, FritzMax Weber on the origins and character of the Western city
Canadian J.of Sociology&Anthropology
1994, May, 31:2, 117-139
Sydie, R.A.Sex and the sociological fathers
The British Journal of Sociology
1994, Dec., 45:5, 563-584
Kalbert, StephenMax Weber's analysis of the rise of monotheism: a reconstruction
Canadian J. of Political Science
1993, March, 26:1, 123-145
Koch, AndrewRationality, romanticism and the individual: Max Weber's modernism vs. modernity
Political Studies
1993, June, 41:2, 269-284
Heins, VolkerWeber's ethic and the spirit of anti-capitalism
History of European Ideas
1993, Jan., 16:4-6, 545-50
Wilson, H.T.The Impact of Ntionalist Ideology on Political Philosophy: the case of Weber and Wilhelmine Ger.
The Sociological Quarterly
1993, August, 34:3, 551-557
Cockerham, WilliamLifestyle or lebensfuhrung? Critical remarks on the mistranslation of Weber's 'Class Sta tus Party'
The Sociological Quarterly
1993, August, 34:3, 413-426
Cockerham, WilliamMax Weber, formal rationality, and health lifestyles
1993, August, 27:3, 433- 450
Chalgraft, David J.Weber, Wagner and thoughts of death
The British Journal of Sociology
1992, Sept.,43:3, 369-392
Zaret, DavidCalvin, covenant theology, and the Weber thesis
The British Journal of Sociology
1992, Sept., 43:3, 421-443
Davies, ChristieThe Protestant ethic and the comic spirit of capitalism
1992, May, 26:2, 259-271
Barnes, BarryStatus groups and collective action
American Political Science Review
1992, June, 86:2, 381-390
Shaw, K.Y.Hegel's theory of modern bureaucracy
Moscow News
1992, June 14, 42:3531, 3-4
Kurayev, AndreiOrthodoxy and enterprise
Partisan Review
1991, Summer, 58:3, 514- 526
Loewenberg, PeterThe uses of anxiety
History of Political Economy
1991, Summer, 23:2, 193-210
Shionya, YuichiSchumpeter on Schmoller and Weber: a methodology of economic sociology
The Wilson Quarterly
1991, Summer, 15:3, 140-141
Porterfield, AmandaThe Mormon Work ethic
Political Science Quarterly
1991, Summer, 106:2, 295-312
Spinard, WilliamCharisma: a blighted concept and an alternative formula
World Politics
1991, Oct.,44:1, 81-103
Janos, AndrewSocial science, communism, and the dynamics of political change
Jfor the scientific study of religion
1991, Dec.,30:4, 347-363
Swatos, WilliamMax Weber as a Christian Sociologist
Sociological Inquiry
1990, Wntr., iss 1,47-62
Barrow, ClydeStyles of intellectualism in Weber's historical sociology
IJO Comparative Sociology
1990, Jan-Apr., v.31, 93-104
Morrison, KennethSocial life and external regularity: an analysis of the investigative methods of Durkheim , Weber
The British Journal of Sociolgy
1990, Dec.,41:4, 559-571
Jacobs, StruanPopper, Weber and the rationalist approach to social explanation
Social Science Quarterly
1990, Dec., 71:4, 848-861
Albrecht, Don E.A Weberian perspective on the adoption of value rational technology
Political Studies
1990, Dec, 38:4, 638-654
Redner, HarryBeyond Marx-Weber: a diversified and international approach to the state
Current Sociology
1990, Autumn-Wntr.,38:2-3,1-50
Smelser, NeilEconomic sociology: historical threads and analytic issues
Current Sociology
1990, Autumn-Wntr.,38:2-3, 51-78
Morishima, MichioIdeology and economic activity
Science and Society
1989, Spring, 53:1, 71-84
Lowy, MichaelWeber against Marx? The Polemic with historical materialism in the protestant ethic
Social Forces
1989, Sept., 68:1, 34-45
Rosenberg, MorrisSelf concept research: a historical overview
American J. of Economics and Sociology
1989, Oct.,48:4, 393-401
Vanagunas, StanleyMax Weber's authority models and the theory of X-Inefficiency
Political Theory
1989, Nov., 17:4, 550-575
Breiner, PeterDemocratic autonomy,political ethics, and moral luck
Political Theory
1989, Nov., 17:4, 535-550
Denyer, TomThe ethics of struggle
The American Journal of Sociology
1989, March, 94:5, 945-973
Waters, MalcolmCollegiality, bureaucratization, and professionalization: a Weberian analysis
The British Journal of Sociology
1989, March, 40:1, 82-97
Brewer, John D.Max Weber and the Royal Irish Constabulary: a note on class and status
Central European History
1989, March, 22:1, 89-103
Jones, Larry E.In the twilight of the liberal era: Max Weber and the crisis of German liberalism
The American Journal of Sociology
1989, Jan.,94:4, 721-749
Antonio, RobertThe normative foundations of emancipatory theory: evolutionary versus pragmatic perpect ives
IJO Comparative Sociology
1989, Jan-April, 30:1-2, 93-109
Salvadorie, MassimoKautsky and Weber: common problems and different approaches.
1989, Feb., 23:1, 81-90
McLachlan, Hugh V.In search of the spirit of capitalism: Weber's misinterpretation of Franklin
The Sociological Review
1989, August, 37:3, 518-530
Turner, CharlesRejoinder: Weber, Simmel, and culture: a reply to Lawrence Scaff
Annual Review of Sociology
1989, annual, v.15, 47-71
Lachman, RichardOrigins of capitalism in Western Europe: economic and political aspects
Journal of Popular Culture
1988, Spring, 21:4, 129-140
Lenard, G.T.A loose cannon: Oliver North and Weberian charisma
1988, Oct., 277:1661, 24-27
Xenos, NicholasPolitics and the character factor
American Political Science Review
1988, March, 82:1, 31-51
Warren, MarkMax Weber's liberalism for a Nietzschean world
American Political Science Review
1987, Sept., 737-756
Scaff, LawrenceFleeing the iron cage: politics and culture in the thought of Max Weber
Social Problems
1987, Oct., 34:4, 345- 362
Bridges, GeorgeCrime, social structure and criminal punishment: white and nonwhite rates of imprisonment
Law and Society Review
1987, July, iss.3, 487-512
Ewing, SallyFormal justice and the spirit of capitalism: Max Weber's sociology of law
UNESCO courier
1987, Dec., 34-38
Morishima, MichioConfucius and capitalism; a cultural explanation of Japan's economic performance
The New Republic
1987, April 6, v.196, 12-14
Alexander, JeffreyPersonal politics : how president's hijack democracy
Philosophy and Literature
1986, Oct., 10:2, 186-210
Bernstein, RichardThe rage against reason
1986, March-April, v.6, 86-89
Seidman, StevenMax Weber and German politics