"The Sociological Imagination" is a brilliant meditation on the meaning and importance of sociology by C. Wright Mills. Contains some important points about methods in social research and the history of sociology as an academic discipline. But the highlight of the book is the chapter in which Mills rips to shreds the bombastic rhetoric of Talcott Parsons.
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