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This index presents a list of terms and concepts and author names relevant to the discussion of exploring possible meanings of "anarchist-sociology", and comparing the two traditions of anarchism and sociology. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. Anarchism is of increasing significance in the world of social movements. There are anarchist currents running through many of modern social movements, such as the global justice movement. But, this influence is not isolated to movements. The influence of the anarchist movement has also infiltrated the academy and has linked anarchist scholars across discipline into something called "anarchist studies".

Keywords: anarchism; sociology



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