Winners and Losers: Social and Political Polarities in America
by Irving Louis Horowitz
Duke University Press, 1984
Paper: 978-0-8223-0602-3
Library of Congress Classification HM33.H67 1984
Dewey Decimal Classification 306.20973

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Leading sociologist Irving Louis Horowitz examines the response social science has made to contemporary subjects and issues: the so-called "new class" of the intelligentsia, the ecology movement, social planning, alienation, privatization, anomie, the threat of nuclear war. Horowitz evaluates as a social scientist the question of values—those disclosed through analysis, and those threatened by it—and discusses the overall political and moral impact of knowledge and methodology in social science.

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