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Isenberg, Bo LU (2004) Transgressing the boundaries between literature and sociology
Abstract
The paper discusses the general relation between sociology and literature and argues that the former has not only a lot in common with the latter, but also things to include and elaborate on. The paper uses as examples a number of sociologists and novelists and compares their ways of interpreting modern society and modern man.
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unpublished
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Sociology, literature, the novel, modernity
pages
15 pages
conference name
Transgressing the boundaries between literature and sociology
language
English
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yes
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cb177bb3-e825-4c76-b354-0edb86f8a3ff (old id 4361902)
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  abstract     = {The paper discusses the general relation between sociology and literature and argues that the former has not only a lot in common with the latter, but also things to include and elaborate on. The paper uses as examples a number of sociologists and novelists and compares their ways of interpreting modern society and modern man.},
  author       = {Isenberg, Bo},
  keyword      = {Sociology,literature,the novel,modernity},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {15},
  title        = {Sociology and Literature},
  year         = {2004},
}