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Key Thinkers in the Sociology of Religion

by Richard K. Fenn

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<div><em>Key Thinkers in the Sociology of Religion</em> takes a focused look at the foremost figures in the development of the field. From the groundbreaking work of Max Weber, right up to that of contemporary writers such as Peter Berger and Niklas Luhmann, this volume is an essential companion for the student of sociology of religion.<br/></div><br/><div>Charting the development of theory in this area, each chapter looks at the life and work of an individual theorist, building to a picture of the field as it is today. Richard Fenn's book provides a route to a rounded understanding of the field, through the thought that defined it.<br/></div>>

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Each chapter in this book looks at the life and work of an individual theorist. It covers influential thinkers such as Emile Durkheim, Sigmund Freud, Max Weber, Peter Berger, Catherine Bell, and many more.

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