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Home Browse Books Book details, The Asymmetric Society. The Asymmetric Society. THE ABRAMS LECTURE SERIES is financed by a grant from the Exxon Education Foundation in memory of the late Frank W. Abrams, former chairman of the board of the Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), the predecessor of Exxon, and former chairman of the board of trustees of Syracuse University. A member of Syracuse University's Class of 1912, Mr. Abrams was a life-long leader in support of higher education.
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James S. Coleman (1926–1995) is widely considered to. be one of the most outstanding sociologists of the second. The mechanisms that generate problems are explained in. his book The Asymmetric Society (1982), and both the prob-
James S. half of the twentieth century. his book The Asymmetric Society (1982), and both the prob-. are elaborated in his Foundations of Social Theory (1990).
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James Samuel Coleman, American sociologist, educator. Format Paperback Publisher Norton W W Company Inc). Abrams Lectures)
James Samuel Coleman, American sociologist, educator. Guggenheim fellow, 1966-1967; fellow Wizzenschaftskolleg Berlin, 1981-1982; fellow Russell Sage Foundation, 1982; Fulbright senior scholar European University Institute, 1993. Member National Academy of Sciences, National Academy Education, American Academy Arts and Sciences, Royal Academy of Sciences Sweden, Polish Sociological Association, American Philosophical Society. Book by Coleman, James .
He was elected president of the American Sociological Association. His Foundations of Social Theory influenced sociological theory.