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Comparative and Historical Sociology
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Boychuk, Terry. 2010. “Comparative and Historical Sociology”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


The course blends five distinctive elements into the study of comparative sociology. First and foremost, CHS is a methodology course, not a topics course, even though integrating the theoretical, methodological, and substantive foci of comparative sociology is an important objective of class assignments and discussions. The lectures, in the first two...

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