Comparative sociology involves comparison of the social processes between nation-states, or across different types of society (for example capitalist and socialist).
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7 In short, comparative sociology is a legitimate field in its own right. The cross-societal analysis it carries out is a necessary extension of intra-societal
International Journal of Comparative Sociology. The International Journal of Comparative Sociology was established in 1960 to publishes the highest quality peer ...
comparative sociology, comparative method All sociology is implicitly comparative, since social phenomena are invariably held in some way to be typical ...
Research in this cluster examines the causes and consequences of cross-national, cross-cultural variations in social processes. Comparative scholars at Harvard ...
Comparative Sociology is an international scholarly journal that publishes research and theory involving the analysis of two or more societies.
Geof Payne Comparative sociology: some problems of theory and method time, close interdisciplinary ties with history and social anthropology
Adjunct Professor, Jere L. Bacharach Professor of International Studies, Professor of Political Science