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Economic Sociology: What Counts?
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Stark, David. 2010. “Economic Sociology: What Counts?”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Rationale: This course questions the disciplinary division of labor in which economists study
value and sociologists study values; and it rejects the pact whereby economists study the
economy and sociologists study social relations in which they are embedded. Through their
critical reading, engaged discussion, and research papers, graduate...

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Subject Area(s):
Economic Sociology
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Advanced Graduate

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