Books by Irving Louis Horowitz

THE DECOMPOSITION OF SOCIOLOGY by Irving Louis Horowitz
NON-FICTION
Released: Oct. 1, 1993

"No doubt Horowitz cares deeply about his field—but his scattershot indictments and pronouncements offer little by way of a specific plan of action, allowing sociology's crisis to lose ground to musings on the social sciences in general."
After four decades in the profession, Rutgers sociologist Horowitz (Daydreams and Nightmares, 1990, etc.) looks in horror at the ideological grave into which he says his discipline has fallen, and attempts to resurrect the corpse before it rots away. Read full book review >