Weber, Max

Weber, Max
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соц., упр. Вебер, Макс (1864-1920; немецкий социолог, основоположник "понимающей социологии"; известен классическими исследованиями в области методологии социологии, социологии религии; одним из первых попытался создать экономическую социологию как отдельную область исследования; автор известного исследования роли протестантской этики в развитии капитализма; один из первых исследователей теории организации и бюрократии)
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  • WEBER, MAX — (1881–1961), U.S. painter. Weber was born in Bialystok, Poland, and taken to New York at the age of ten. From 1905 to 1909 he worked and exhibited in Paris. He was a pupil of Henri Matisse and a close friend of Henri Rousseau. Back in New York,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Weber, Max — born April 21, 1864, Erfurt, Prussia died June 14, 1920, Munich, Ger. German sociologist and political economist. Son of a wealthy liberal politician and a Calvinist mother, Weber was a compulsively diligent scholar who suffered occasional… …   Universalium

  • Weber, Max — (1864 1920) Weber, together with Émile Durkheim, is generally regarded as the founder of modern sociology as a distinct social science. Of the two, his work is the more complex and ambitious, still providing a rich source for interpretation and… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Weber, Max — (1864 1920)    sociologist; the widely acknowledged father of modern sociology. He was born the first of eight children in Erfurt; his father was a lawyer who served as an Erfurt magistrate. From age five he grew up in Berlin* (his father had… …   Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

  • Weber, Max — (1864–1920) German sociologist and philosopher. Born in Berlin into a liberal legal family, Weber studied law and the history of law at various universities. He had a brief academic career as professor of economics in Freiburg and Heidelberg,… …   Philosophy dictionary

  • Weber,Max — I. We·ber1 (vāʹbər), Max. 1864 1920. German sociologist and a pioneer of the modern analytical method of sociology. His works include The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (1904 1905).   II. We·ber2 (wĕbʹər), Max. 1881 1961. Russian… …   Universalium

  • Weber, Max — (1864 1920) Sociólogo y economista alemán. Su método sociológico se basa en la observación de la vida social; postula unos «tipos ideales», puntos de referencia que permiten comprender y situar la diversidad de los hechos sociales. Escribió el… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • WEBER, Max — (1864 1920)    German SOCIOLOGIST whose influential works including The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (1920) did much to promote the SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION. His important contributions include the use of IDEAL TYPES, discussions of …   Concise dictionary of Religion

  • Weber, Max — (1881 1961)    American painter and sculptor. He emigrated to the US from Russia in 1891. He studied at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and later in Paris. After returning to the US, he exhibited at Alfred Stiegliz s Gallery in New York. His abstract …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

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