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Part SixBiographies of Exemplary Comparative Sociologists

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This chapter provides biographies of exemplary comparative sociologists who have contributed articles for the book Concise Encyclopedia of Comparative Sociology. The book presents the current state of knowledge in comparative sociology for students, scholars, and the educated lay public. The major aim of comparative sociological research is to identify similarities and differences among societies, studying variation across both geographical regions and historical periods. The book is the first of its kind for the discipline of comparative sociology and is intended to take its place among several other encyclopedias and handbooks of sociology each having their own specific foci.

Keywords: comparative sociology; geographical regions; historical periods

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