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Verstehen: Max Weber Website

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Date Added to MERLOT: September 19, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: October 12, 2009
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Author: FranK Elwell  frank.elwell@murraystate.edu
Submitter : Ron Purser

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Excellent website that covers some of the classic concepts in Weberian thought. Discusses concepts such as the ideal type, bureaucracy, authority, rationality and the Protestant Ethic. Provides illustrations and examples.

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English
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Avatar for Melanie VanSteenburgh
12 years ago

Melanie VanSteenburgh (Student)

This site was a good site, very well orgnanized and it took me about an hour to
go over all the information.

Avatar for Ron Purser
13 years ago

Ron Purser (Faculty)

This site on Max Weber is very well organized and provides a wealth of
information on Weber's work. The site is organized around key concepts, such as
bureaucracy, authority, the Protestant ethic, etc. Concept pages also have
visually appealing photos.
A must site for those teaching sociology.

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