Martindale and Mohan, ‘An Interview with Don Martindale’ – International Social Science Review’
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Perspectives of a Contemporary Critical Realist: An Interview with Don Martindale
By Don Martindale and Raj P. Mohan
International Social Science Review
Vol. 58, No. 3 (summer 1983), pp. 142-154
Don Martindale was a professor of sociology at the University of Minnesota. Raj P. Mohan was a professor of sociology at Auburn University.
Martindale makes personal observations about and comparisons between sociologists such as Sorokin, Talcott Parsons, Robert Merton, and C. Wright Mills which some scholars may find interesting.
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