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Italy, sociology

Maurizio Montalbini - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Maurizio Montalbini is an Italian sociologist and caver who has lived in ... 1993; ^ a b "Three years in grotto: Italian sociologist to discover body ... - 19k - Cached - Similar pages

Filippo Turati - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia SHORT DESCRIPTION, Italian sociologist, poet and Socialist politician. DATE OF BIRTH, 1857-11-26. PLACE OF BIRTH, Canzo, Italy. DATE OF DEATH, 1932-03-29 ... - 36k - Cached - Similar pages

Vilfredo Pareto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Vilfredo Federico Damaso Pareto (IPA: [vil'fre:do pa're:to]; July 15, 1848 – August 19, 1923), or Fritz Wilfried Pareto, was an Italian sociologist, ... - 42k - Cached - Similar pages

A. James Gregor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... time with "The Logic of Race Classification" published in Genus, a journal edited by Corrado Gini, a leading Italian sociologist and fascist theorist. ... - 30k - Cached - Similar pages

Pino Arlacchi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia He is a famous Italian sociologist and is famous worldwide for his studies and essays about the Mafia. On September 1, 1997 he was appointed ... - 27k - Cached - Similar pages

Paul von Lilienfeld - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... able to attend the conference) on "Pain and Pleasure Economy" was read in the morning, along with another paper by Italian sociologist Achille Loria. ... - 69k - Cached - Similar pages

Alberoni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Francesco Alberoni (born 1929), Italian sociologist and journalist; Giulio Alberoni (1664-1752), Italian cardinal and statesman; Paolo Alberoni, ... - 17k - Cached - Similar pages

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