Suicide: A Study in Sociology

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Routledge; 2 edition 21 Feb. Synopsis There would be no need for sociology if everyone understood the social frameworks within which we operate. One of the founding fathers of modern sociology. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. On Suicide Penguin Classics. Share your thoughts with other customers.

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Suicide (French: Le suicide) is an book written by French sociologist Émile Durkheim. It was the first methodological study of a social fact in the context of. Suicide has ratings and 91 reviews. Trevor said: This is a seriously interesting book. It is an early classic of sociology (and of sociological thi.

Good read for any work on Durkheim and understanding his approach on sociology and his ideas and concepts which become seen throughout all of his works. One person found this helpful. Must read book for social sciences degree. Great book, personal troubles, social issues!

A faximil copy of an old version in hard covers. Would highly recommend a different version. Good quality and arrived promptly. Not sure what the cover is meant to construe, perhaps its a eureka!

The contents are clear, there is a good index included for students or anyone who needs to be able to make quick references to specific parts of the text. As the blurb says this was a phenomenon previously only considered as being psychological in nature and Durkheim doesnt ignore this, there is a good opening chapter on "extra-social" explanations and their significance, Durkheim isnt dogmatic and doesnt dismiss these out of hand but the second and final chapters deal mainly with is own theories of social construction, social interaction, pressure and consequences.

However it is a classic in sociological reasoning and explanation which students, professionals or interested readers could benefit from reading.