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Marxism and Social Theory

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Red Globe Press

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Traditions in Social Theory

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This text offers a concise introduction to Marxism's main ideas and debates in a way that is easily accessible for the reader new to this substantial subject. It first assesses the key thinkers before exploring a number of...

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This text offers a concise introduction to Marxism's main ideas and debates in a way that is easily accessible for the reader new to this substantial subject. It first assesses the key thinkers before exploring a number of debates and recent developments in Marxist thought, showing how Marxist thought continues to evolve.

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Offers a balanced, critical analysis of key area of social theory
Solid balance of traditional and contemporary theorists

Introduction
Marx and Engels
Classical Marxism
Praxis Marxism
Structuralism
Critical Theory
Applications
Beyond Marxism?
Conclusion
Bibliography.

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JONATHAN JOSEPH is a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK. He specializes in social and political theory and the philosophy of social science.

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JONATHAN JOSEPH is a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK. He specializes in social and political theory and the philosophy of social science.

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