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New Paradigm for Understanding Today's World (2005)

by Alain Touraine

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Estou lendo a edição em português e penso que vem ao encontro do que eu estava esperando encontrar para entender melhor a relação entre cultura e política no mundo de hoje. ( )
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Touraine is one of the leading social thinkers in the world today and many of his books have been published in English.In this book Touraine presents a new theoretical framework for understanding the contemporary world. It is a broad theoretical work which seeks to make sense of everyday experience at the beginning of the 21st century.This is a major new theoretical work by one of the leading sociologists in the world today.A great reference book for those studying sociology and social theory at any level.

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