The expression collective behavior was first used by Franklin Henry Giddings ( 1908) and employed later by Robert E. Park (1921), Herbert Blumer (1939), Ralph Turner and Lewis Killian (1957), and Neil Smelser (1962) to refer to social processes and events which do not reflect existing social structure (laws, conventions, ...
Sep 1, 2007 ... In this article, an attempt is made to simplify and integrate different connotations in sociological usage of concepts that try to grasp the unknown and to ... Krohn, Wolfgang (2001) `Knowledge Societies', in Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes ( eds) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral ...
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LIFE STORIES. The Unknown Karen Horney: Essays on Gender, Cul- .... In “Erik Erikson as Social Scientist,” Neil J. Smelser, Ph.D., discusses Erikson's role as a social scientist. Smelser empha- sizes Erikson's interdisciplinarian approach, some of the un- resolved methodological issues in his approach, his diagnosis.