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Talcott Parsons

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  • "Structural-functionalists" or "functionalists" for short — including luminaries such as Talcott Parsons, but not Max Weber — analyze Euro-American (or Western "industrial" or "bourgeois") societies as if they were consensual, homeostatic, self-sustaining systems.

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  • The daughter of the famous Harvard sociologist Talcott Parsons, who had asserted the importance of traditional gender roles in the family, Anne resisted this parental and social message and became an anthropologist.

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  • The daughter of the famous Harvard sociologist Talcott Parsons, who had asserted the importance of traditional gender roles in the family, Anne resisted this parental and social message and became an anthropologist.

    Did feminism need 'The Feminine Mystique'?

  • The first two-thirds of the book takes the form of a critique of the sociological theories that dominated sociology in the 1940s and 1950s -- theories of social order, structural development, the workings of the social system, functionalism, and the pervasive influence of Talcott Parsons in the middle decades of the century.

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  • Working in the United States, Talcott Parsons developed a model of the nuclear family in 1955.

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  • Talcott Parsons defines power as a systems property a capcity to achieve ends whereas Mills viewed power as a relationship in which one side prevailed over the other.

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  • Masson notes the influence of American sociology at a number of points 82, including the influence of Talcott Parsons.

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  • The work of Talcott Parsons in the first half of the century was the most important in this regard, with the unification movement reaching its apogee in the collaborative publication in 1951 of Toward a General Theory of Action, co-edited by Parsons and Edward Shils.

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  • The first two-thirds of the book takes the form of a critique of the sociological theories that dominated sociology in the 1940s and 1950s -- theories of social order, structural development, the workings of the social system, functionalism, and the pervasive influence of Talcott Parsons in the middle decades of the century.

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  • Masson notes the influence of American sociology at a number of points 82, including the influence of Talcott Parsons.

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