Bibliografie Talcott Parsons

*Colorado Springs, Colorado 13. Dezember 1902
†München, Bayern 8. Mai 1979
US-amerikanischer Soziologe

Bücher und Herausgeberschaften

  • 'Capitalism' in recent German literature: Sombart and [Max] Weber. [Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press] 1929, S. 641-661 & 31-51; zugleich Philosophische Dissertation, Heidelberg 1927. Separatabdruck aus: The Journal of Political Economy (Chicago, Ill.), Bd. 36 & 37.
  • (Übersetzer) Max Weber: The Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism. Translated by Talcott Parsons. With a foreword by R[ichard] H[enry] Tawney. New York, N.Y.: Scribner 1930, xi, 292 S. Original: Die protestantische Ethik und der "Geist" des Kapitalismus. Tübingen [1905].
  • The structure of social action. A study in social theory with special reference to a group of recent European writers. New York, N.Y.: McGraw-Hill 1937 (= McGraw-Hill publications in sociology.), xii, 817 S.
  • (Übersetzer) Max Weber: The theory of social and economic organization. Translated by A[lexander]
    M[orell] Henderson and Talcott Parsons. Edited with an introduction by Talcott Parsons. New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press 1947, x, 436 S. Original: Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. Bearbeitet. Tübingen [1921-]1922.
  • Essays in sociological theory, pure and applied. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press 1949, xii, 366 S.
  • The social system. London: Routledge & Paul 1951, 575 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Toward a general theory of action. [Edited by] Talcott Parsons, Edward A[lbert] Shils. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press 1951, xi, 506 S.
  • Religious perspectives of college teaching in sociology and social psychology. New Haven, Conn.: Edward W. Hazen Foundation [1952], 47 S.
  • (Mit Robert F[reed] Bales & Edward A[lbert] Shils) Working papers in the theory of action. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press 1953, 269 S.
  • (Mit Robert F[reed] Bales) Family, socialization and interaction process. In collaboration with James Olds, Morris Zelditch, Jr. and Philip E[lliot] Slater. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press 1955, xvii, 422 S.
  • (Mit Neil J[oseph] Smelser) Economy and society. A study in the integration of economic and social theory. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press 1956, 322 S.
  • Structure and process in modern societies. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press 1960, 344 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Theories of society. Foundations of modern sociological theory. Edited by Talcott Parsons Edward Shils, Kaspar D[avid] Naegele, Jesse R. Pitts. [New York, N.Y.]: Free Press of Glencoe 1961, 2 Bände:

    • Volume 1: Part one: Historical and analytical foundations. Part two: Differentiation and variation in social structures. 1961, xxv, 682 S.
    • Volume 2: Part three: Personality and the social system. Part four: Culture and the social system. Part five: Social change. 1961, xix, S., S. 683-1479, xiv S.
  • Social structure and personality. [New York, N.Y.]: Free Press of Glencoe 1964, 376 S.
  • (Herausgeber) The Negro American. Edited and with introductions by Talcott Parsons and Kenneth
    B[ancroft] Clark, and with a foreword by Lyndon
    B[aines] Johnson. Illustrated with a 32 page portfolio of photos by Bruce Davidson. Selected and introduced by Arthur D. Trottenberg. (Most of the essays, some in slightly different form, appeared originally in the Fall 1965 and Winter 1966 issues of Dædalus .) Boston, Mass.: Houghton, Mifflin 1966 (= The Dædalus library. 7.), xxix, 781 S.
  • Societies. Evolutionary and comparative perspectives. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall 1966 (= Prentice-Hall Foundations of modern sociology series.), viii, 120 S. Später mit "The system of modern societies" (Engelwood Cliffs, N.J. 1971) unter dem Titel: The evolution of societies.
  • Sociological theory and modern society. New York, N.Y.: Free Press 1967, xii, 564 S.
  • (Herausgeber) American sociology. Perspectives, problems, methods. Edited by Talcott Parsons. (Based on material prepared for the Forum series of the Voice of America.) New York, N.Y.-London: Basic Books 1968, xxii, 346 S.
  • Politics and social structure. New York, N.Y. / London: Free Press / Collier Macmillan 1969, xvii, 557 S.
  • The system of modern societies. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.-Hemel Hempstead: Prentice-Hall 1971 (= Prentice-Hall Foundations of modern sociology series.), viii, 152 S. Später mit "Societies; evolutionary and comparative perspectives" (Engelwood Cliffs, N.J. 1966) unter dem Titel: The evolution of societies.
  • (Herausgeber) Readings on premodern societies. [Compiled by] Victor Lidz [and] Talcott Parsons. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall 1972 (= Prentice-Hall readings in modern sociology series.), vii, 353 S.
  • (Mit Gerald M. Platt) The American university. With the collaboration of Neil J[oseph] Smelser. Editorial associate: Jackson Toby. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press 1973, xi, 463 S.
  • Social systems and the evolution of action theory. New York, N.Y. / London: Free Press / Collier Macmillan 1977, x, 420 S.
  • (Mit Alfred Schutz [i.e. Alfred Schütz]) The theory of social action. The correspondence of Alfred Schutz and Talcott Parsons. Edited by Richard Grathoff. Bloomington, Ind.-London: Indiana University Press 1978 (= Studies in phenomenology and existential philosophy.), xxvi, 145 S. Zuerst deutsche Übersetzung Frankfurt am Main 1977 unter dem Titel: Zur Theorie sozialen Handelns. Ein Briefwechsel.
  • Action theory and the human condition. New York, N.Y. / London: Free Press / Collier Macmillan 1978, xi, 464 S.
  • Talcott Parsons on institutions and social evolution. Selected writings. Edited and with an introduction by Leon H[inckley] Mayhew. Chicago, Ill.-London: University of Chicago Press 1982 (= The Heritage of sociology.), xii, 356 S.
  • Readings from Talcott Parsons. Editor Peter Hamilton. Chichester / London-New York, N.Y.: E. Horwood / Tavistock 1985 (= Key texts.), 211 S.
  • The early essays. Edited and with an introduction by Charles Camic. Chicago, Ill.-London: University of Chicago Press 1991 (= The Heritage of sociology.), lxix, 299 S.
  • Talcott Parsons on national socialism. Edited and with an introduction by Uta Gerhardt. New York, N.Y.: de Gruyter 1993 (= Social institutions and social change.), vii, 357 S.
  • The Talcott Parsons reader. Edited by Bryan S[tanley] Turner. Malden, Mass.-Oxford: Blackwell 1999 (= Blackwell readers.), vii, 360 S.
  • Explorations in general theory in social science. Essays in honor of Talcott Parsons. Edited by Jan J. Loubser [et al.]. New York, N.Y. / London: Free Press / Collier Macmillan 1976:
    • Volume 1. 1976, xvi, 447, xv S.
    • Volume 2. 1976, xvi S., S. 448-909, xv S.
  • Essays on the sociology of Parsons. A felicitation volume in honor of Professor Talcott Parsons. Edited by G[opi] C. Hallen, guest editor, Michael V[ictor] Belok, associate editors, Martin U. Martel, Rajeshwar Prasad. Meerut: Indian Journal of Social Research [1976], viii, 479 S.























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