There are many different approaches to analysing the causes of social inequalities, but the best approach to analysning social inequality is called sociological approach, according to a new book by sociologist and sociologist emeritus Dr. Robert Stott.
In the book, titled Social Justice: The Rise of a New Sociology, Dr. Stott, a former president of the American Sociological Association, outlines the many different ways in which social justice approaches have evolved over the last century, ranging from the historical and social sciences to the humanities.
He says there are several important differences between sociological and historical approaches, which are often seen as incompatible.
“It’s very much about the social science and historical studies, and then there’s a very fine line between the two, between the social sciences and the humanities,” Dr. Scott said.
“What is the difference between a sociological view of society, and a historical view of the social world, which is really the one that we’ve come to know as ‘the history of society’?
That’s the one we’ve really gotten into a lot.”
Dr. James Baldwin once said that “the greatest strength of modern social science is that it doesn’t try to tell us anything about the past, it tells us something about the future.” Dr