About the Author / Editor. Jaipur : Rawat Publications, 2008
COMPULSORY PAPERS SOC 01: CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL THINKING .
has passed through a long evolutionary process. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nagla, B.K.
Indian society â?? The Indian Sociological Society as a professional body has come of age.
The book has collection of relevant thinkers/authors but the style of writing is crude compared to other good books in Sociology. Author: Nagla, B. K. (Bhupendra Kumar); Format: Book; xi, 418 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. The Society stands as a shining example of how academic affairs of a social science discipline .. AbeBooks.com: Indian Sociological Thought (9788131602263) by Nagla, B.K.
1977, Masters of Sociological Thought, New York.
In this direction, Comte brought out the “Theory of Scientific Philosophy”.
University, Rohtak.He has researched at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, and also taught at M.S.
Sociological Thought notes 4 LoVeLY professionaL uniVersitY In the development of Sociology in the 19th Century, the contributions of Auguste Comte Karl Marx and Spencer is important.
English language is weak; there are several grammatical mistakes. The sociologist of the time were aware of the scientific definitions of society.
It is being interpreted in a variety of ways by different ideologies.
But there are not many books on Indian Sociological Thought. University, Baroda and National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science, New Delhi. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. The book is compiled in simple and lucid language for better comprehension. Hence this book is a good option. Nagla, a distinguished social analyst, served as Professor of Sociology, M.D. Indian sociological thought. Introduction could have been much better. indian soiological thought उÂत राखÁड मु³त िवÔविव +ालय, हÐ ,ानी, नैनीताल फोन न0 05946 – 261122, 261123 The basic problem for social scientists is to find out the meaning, truth, and reality of Indian society. having a checkered history of monarchy, feudalism, colonialism, and democracy â?? B. K. Nagla’s Indian Sociological Thought, published by Rawat Publications, is a comprehensive book for Humanities students who have opted for Sociology in various courses.It comprises of sociological thoughts of a large number of renowned Indian thinkers and Social scientists.