List of sociologists

List of sociologists

This article provides a list of sociologists and major contributors to sociology (even if they did not primarily work as sociologists):




Émile Durkheim


Vilfredo Pareto


Ferdinand Tönnies


Georg Simmel


Max Weber

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A

*Andrew Abbott, US-American sociologist
*Jane Addams (1860–1935), US-American social worker and reformer
*Theodor Adorno (1903–1969), German cultural sociologist (Frankfurt School)
*Jeffrey C. Alexander, US-American sociologist
*Karl Alexander, US-American sociologist
*Louis Althusser (1918–1990), Algerian-French philosopher and sociologist
*Nancy Ammerman, US-American sociologist
*Arjun Appadurai, Indian sociologist
*Margaret Archer, British sociologist
*Hannah Arendt (1906–1975), German political theorist
*Raymond Aron (1905–1983), French philosopher and sociologist
*Johan Asplund (born 1937), Swedish sociologist
*Vilhelm Aubert (1922–1988), Norwegian sociologist

B

*Robert Balch, American sociologist
*Eileen Barker, British sociologist
*Anne Bargès, French sociologist
*Barry Barnes, British sociologist
*Roland Barthes (1915–1980), French literary critic, literary and social theorist, philosopher, and semiotician
*Gregory Bateson (1904–1980), English/US-American cybernetican
*Jean Baudrillard (1929–2007), French cultural theorist
*Joel Baum, Canadian sociologist and management theorist
*Zygmunt Bauman (born 1925), Polish/British sociologist
*Peter Bearman (born 1956), US-American sociologist
*Ulrich Beck (born 1944), German sociologist
*Howard S. Becker (born 1928), US-American sociologist
*Richard F. Behrendt (1908–1973), German sociologist
*Daniel Bell (born 1919), US-American sociologist
*Robert N. Bellah, US-American sociologist
*Walter Benjamin (1892–1940), German cultural writer and sociologist
*Joseph Berger, US-American sociologist
*Peter L. Berger (born 1929), Austro-American sociologist
*Henri Bergson (1859–1941), French philosopher
*Andre Beteille, Indian sociologist
*Peter Blau (1918–2002), US-American sociologist
*Kathleen M. Blee (born 1953), US-American sociologist
*David Bloor, British sociologist
*Herbert Blumer (1900–1987), US-American sociologist
*Luc Boltanski, French sociologist
*Phillip Bonacich, US-American mathematical sociologist
*Scott Boorman (born 1949), US-American sociologist
*Thomas Bottomore (1920–1992), British sociologist
*Pierre Bourdieu (1930–2002), French sociologist
*Ronald Breiger, US-American sociologist
*John David Brewer (born 1951), British sociologist
*Carl Brinkmann (1885-1954), German sociologist
*David G. Bromley, US-American sociologist
*Michael Burawoy, US-American sociologist
*Ernest Burgess (1886–1966), Canadian sociologist
*Ronald Burt, US-American sociologist
*Judith Butler (born 1956), US-American gender theorist
*Carter Butts, US-American sociologist

C

*Michel Callon, French sociologist
*Elias Canetti, Bulgaria-born novelist and outsider sociologist
*Fernando Henrique Cardoso (born 1931), Brazilian sociologist, former President of Brazil
*Kathleen Carley US-American computational sociologist
*Manuel Castells (born 1942), Spanish sociologist and urban planner
*Cornelius Castoriadis (1922–1997), Greek philosopher and political theorist
*Francis Stuart Chapin (1888–1974), US-American sociologist
*Louis Chauvel (born 1967), French sociologist
*Nancy Chodorow (born 1944), US-American sociologist, psychoanalyst, and gender theorist
*Chua Beng Huat, Singaporean sociologist
*Dieter Claessens (1921–1997), German sociologist,
*Lars Clausen (born 1935), German sociologist
*Richard Cloward (1926–2001), US-American sociologist
*Ronald L. Cohen, US-American social psychologist
*Stanley Cohen, British sociologist (criminology)
*James S. Coleman (1926–1995), US-American sociologist
*Patricia Hill Collins (born 1948), US-American sociologist
*Randall Collins, US-American sociologist
*R.W. Connell (born 1944), Australian sociologist
*Auguste Comte (1798–1857), French founder of sociology
*Charles Cooley (1864–1929), US-American sociologist
*Lewis A. Coser (1913–2003), US-American sociologist
*Douglas E. Cowan, Canadian sociologist
*Maxine Leeds Craig, US-American sociologist
*Beverley Cuthbertson-Johnson, US-American clinical sociologist
*Stefan Czarnowski (1879–1937), Polish sociologist

D

*Robert Dahl (born 1915), US-American political scientist
*Dankwart Danckwerts (born 1933), German sociologist
*Ralf Dahrendorf (born 1929), German-British sociologist and politician
*Alexander Deichsel (born 1935), German sociologist
*Gilles Deleuze (1925–1995), French philosopher
*Helen Dinerman (1920–1974), US-American public opinion researcher
*Paul DiMaggio, US-American cultural sociologist
*Georgi Dimitrov Dimitrov, Bulgarian sociologist
*G. William Domhoff, American sociologist
*Jacqueline Donkers (born 1980), Dutch sociologist
*Patrick Doreian, Irish/US-American mathematical sociologist
*W.E.B. DuBois (1868–1963), US-American sociologist and civil rights leader
*Mitchell Duneier, US-American sociologist
*Troy Duster, US-American sociologist
*Émile Durkheim (1858–1917), French sociologist
*Mukul R. Dwivedi (born 1984), Indo/US-American cultural critic and sociologist

E

*Norbert Elias (1897–1990), German sociologist
*Friedrich Engels (1820–1895), German socialist philosopher
*Ronald Enroth (born 1938), US-American sociologist
*Kai T. Erikson (born 1931), US-American sociologist
*Moisés Espírito Santo (born 1934), Portuguese sociologist, ethnologist and ethnolinguist
*Hartmut Esser (born 1943), German sociologist
*Amitai Etzioni (born 1929), US-American sociologist

F

*Rick Fantasia, US-American sociologist
*Thomas Fararo (born 1933), US-American mathematical sociologist
*George Farkas, US-American sociologist
*Paul Fauconnet (1874–1938), French sociologist
*Katherine Faust, US-American sociologist and social network methodologist
*Scott Feld, US-American mathematical sociologist
*Florestan Fernandes (1920–1995), Brazilian sociologist
*Myra Marx Ferree (born 1949), US-American sociologists
*Gary Alan Fine (born 1950), US-American sociologist
*Claude Fischer (born 1947), US-American author of the subcultural theory of urbanism
*Fei Xiaotong (1910–2005), Chinese sociologist and anthropologist
*Heinz von Foerster (1911–2002), Austrian/US-American cybernetican
*Daniel A. Foss (born 1940), US-American sociologist
*John Bellamy Foster, US-American sociologist and journalist
*Michel Foucault (1926–1984), French philosopher
*Charles Fourier (1772–1837), French proto-sociologist
*Andre Gunder Frank (1929–2005), German economic historian and sociologist
*Hans Freyer (1887–1969), German sociologist and philosopher
*Gilberto Freyre (1900–1987), Brazilian sociologist
*Jan Marie Fritz, US-American clinical sociologist

G

*Francis Galton (1822–1911), English statistican
*Herbert Gans (born 1927), US-American sociologist
*Harold Garfinkel (born 1917), US-American sociologist
*Anthony Giddens (born 1938), English sociologist
*Corrado Gini (1884–1965), Italian statistician
*Arnold Gehlen (1904–1976), German philosopher and sociologist
*Theodor Geiger (1891–1952), German sociologist
*Ernest Gellner (1925–1995), Czech-British philosopher and social anthropologist
*David Glass (1911–1978), British sociologist
*Barry Glassner (born 1952), US-American sociologist
*Max Gluckman (1911–1975), South African/English social anthropologist
*John H. Goldthorpe (born 1935), British sociologist
*Leo Goodman (born 1928), US-American social statistician
*Erving Goffman (1922–1982), Canadian interactionistic sociologist
*Mark Gottdiener, US-American sociologist
*Isacque Graeber (1905–1984), Sociologist and Jewish Historian
*Antonio Gramsci (1891–1937), Italian Marxist and social theorist
*Richard Grathoff (born 1934), German sociologist and phenomenologist
*Mark Granovetter, US-American sociologist
*Andrew M. Greeley, US-American sociologist, priest, writer
*Liah Greenfeld (born ?), Russian/US-American sociologist; foremost contemporary sociologist
*Leonid Grinin (born 1958), Russian sociologist
*Ludwig Gumplovicz (1838–1909), Polish sociologist, one of the founders of European sociology
*Dimitrie Gusti (1880–1955), Romanian sociologist, the creator of the sociological monographic method

H

*Jürgen Habermas (born 1929), German social theorist
*Jeffrey K. Hadden (1937–2003), US-American sociologist
*Maurice Halbwachs (1877–1945), French philosopher and sociologist
*Stuart Hall (born 1932), British cultural theorist
*Maureen Hallinan, US-American sociologist
*Donna Haraway (born 1944), US-American gender and technology theorist
*Chandrakala A. Hate (1903–1990), Indian sociologist, social worker, and author
*Michael Hechter, US-American sociologist
*Richard Hoggart (born 1918), British sociologist and founding member of the Birmingham University Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies
*George C. Homans (1910–1989), US-American behavioural sociologist
*Axel Honneth (born 1949), German social theorist
*Max Horkheimer (1895–1973), German social theorist
*Stephen J. Hunt, British sociologist
*Floyd Hunter (born 1912), US-American sociologist

I

* Octavio Ianni (1926–2004), Brazilian sociologist
* Ibn Khaldun (1332/ah732–1406/ah808), North African historian, forerunner of modern historiography, sociology, and economics
* Kancha Ilaiah (born 1952), Indian political scientist and social activist

J

*Marie Jahoda (1907–2001), Austrian sociologist
*Marie Jaisson, French sociologist
*Yong Suk Jang (born 1968), Korean sociologist
*J. Craig Jenkins, US-American sociologist
*Rodrigo Jokisch (born 1946), German-Mexican sociologist and social theorist
*Lewis Wade Jones (1910–1979), African/US-American sociologist and educator
*Danny Jorgensen, US-American sociologist

K

*Dirk Kaesler (born 1944), German sociologist
*Rand Kannenberg (born 1960), US-American clinical sociologist
*Alexandr Kapto, Russian and Ukrainian scientist, sociologist and political scientist; a diplomat, journalist, politician and statesman.
*Elihu Katz, US-American sociologist
*Vytautas Kavolis, Lithuanian-American sociologist and literary critic
*Stephen A. Kent, Canadian sociologist
*Tai-Young Kim, Korean sociologist
*Antonina Koskowska (1919–2001), Polish sociologist
*Karin Knorr-Cetina (born 1944), German sociologist
*René König (1906–1992), German sociologist
*Andrey Korotayev (born 1961), Russian sociologist
*Maksim Kovalevsky (1851 - 1916), Russian sociologist
*Alfred L. Kroeber (1876–1960), US-American anthropologist
*Peter Kropotkin (1842–1921), Russian anarchist thinker
*Thomas S. Kuhn (1922–1996), US-American science theorist
*Krishan Kumar, Indian sociologist

L

*William Labov (born 1927), US-American sociolinguist and dialectologist
*Jacques Lacan (1901–1981), French psychoanalyst
*Ernesto Laclau, Argentinian sociologist
*Janja Lalich (born 1945), US-American sociologist
*David C. Lane (born 1956), US-American sociologist
*Ralph Larkin, US-American sociologist
*Scott Lash, US-American sociologist
*Bruno Latour (born 1947), French sociologist of science
*Edward Laumann, US-American sociologist
*John Law (sociologist), British sociologist
*Paul F. Lazarsfeld (1901–1976), Austrian/US-American sociologist
*Gustave Le Bon (1841–1931), French social psychologist
*Henri Lefebvre (1901–1991), French Marxist philosopher
*Charles Lemert (born 1937), US-American sociologist
*Claude Lévi-Strauss (born 1908), French anthropologist
*Jack Levin (born 1941), US-American sociologist/criminologist
*Barry B. Levine (born 1941), US-American sociologist
*Lucien Lévy-Bruhl (1857–1939), French philosopher, sociologist, and ethnographer
*Alfred R. Lindesmith (1905–1991), US-American sociologist of drug policy
*Seymour Martin Lipset (born 1922), US-American comparativist sociologist
*David Lockwood, British sociologist
*Thomas Luckmann (born 1927), German sociologist
*Niklas Luhmann (1927–1998), German sociologist (systems theory)
*Rosa Luxemburg (1870–1919), German socialist theoretician
*Robert Staughton Lynd (1892–1970), US-American sociologist
*Jean-François Lyotard (1924–1998), French philosopher

M

*Henry Maine (1822–1888), British jurist and legal historian
*Carl R May (born 1961), British medical sociologist
*Robert Morrison MacIver (1882–1970), Scottish/US-American sociologist.
*Bronislaw Malinowski (1884–1942), Polish social anthropologist
*Thomas Malthus (1766–1834), English demographer
*Richard Machalek (born 1946), US-American sociologist and sociobiologist
*Michael Macy, USAmerican sociologist
*Michael Mann (born 1942), British/US-American sociologist
*Karl Mannheim (1893–1947), Hungarian/German sociologist
*Herbert Marcuse (1898–1979), German/US-American sociologist (Frankfurt School)
*Wladyslaw Markiewicz (born 1920), Polish sociologist
*Harriet Martineau (1802–1876), English writer described as 'first female sociologist'
*Vladimir Martynenko (born 1957), Russian sociologist, economist, political scientist
*Karl Marx (1818–1883), German political philosopher, social theorist
*Douglas Massey, US-American sociologist
*John Levi Martin, US-American sociologist
*Alex Mattson (born 1964), US-American Sociologist
*Marcel Mauss (1872–1950), French sociologist
*Dale McConkey, US-American sociologist
*Robert McKenzie (1917–1981), Canadian Politics professor and psephologist
*Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980), Canadian educator, philosopher, and scholar
*George Herbert Mead (1863–1931), US-American philosopher and social psychologist
*Margaret Mead (1901–1978), US-American cultural anthropologist
*Henri Mendras (1927–2003), French sociologist, chronicler of "La fin des paysans"
*Stephen Mennell (born 1944), English sociologist
*Robert K. Merton (1910–2003), US-American sociologist
*Robert Michels (1876–1936), German political sociologist
*C. Wright Mills (1916–1962), US-American sociologist
*Sue Mirra, US-American sociologist and educator
*J. Clyde Mitchell (1918–1995), British social anthropologist
*Shinji Miyadai (born 1959), Japanese sociologist
*Brij Mohan (born 1939), Indian/US-American social scientist
*Manouchehr Mohseni [http://www.mmohseni.com] (born 1942), Iranian sociologist and professor
*Abraham Moles (1920-1992), French sociologist, psychologist, and engineer
*James Moody, US-American mathematical sociologist
*James D. Montgomery, US-American economist and mathematical sociologist
*Peter A. Munch (1908–1984), Norwegian/US-American sociologist
*Charles Murray (born 1943), US-American sociologist

N

*Oswald von Nell-Breuning (1890–1991), German Roman Catholic theologian, sociologist and social reformer
*Otto Neurath (1882–1945), Austrian sociologist and political economist
*Otto Newman ( born Neumann 1922), Austrian-British sociologist
*Peter Neville (died 2002), British further education lecturer and sociologist
*Robert Nisbet (1913–1996), US-American sociologist
*Helga Nowotny (born 1937), Austrian sociologist

O

*William F. Ogburn (1886–1959), US-American sociologist
*Claus Offe (born 1940), German sociologist
*Lloyd Ohlin, US-American sociologist
*Gail Omvedt (born 1941), US-American/Indian sociologist
*Franz Oppenheimer (1864–1943), German sociologist and political economist
*Stanislaw Ossowski (1897–1963), Polish sociologist
*Robert Owen (1771–1858), Welsh social reformer

P

*Vilfredo Pareto (1848–1923), Italian economist and sociologist
*Robert E. Park (1864–1944), US-American sociologist
*Talcott Parsons (1902–1979), US-American sociologist
*Karl Pearson (1857–1936), English statistician
*Jean Piaget (1896–1980), Swiss developmental psychologist
*Trevor Pinch, British sociologist
*Joel M. Podolny, US-American sociologist
*John Porter (1921–1979), Canadian sociologist
*Nicos Poulantzas (1936–1979), Greek political sociologist
*Samuel H. Preston, US-American demographer and sociologist
*Jade Puget (born 1973), US-American musician
*Robert Putnam (born 1941), US-American political scientist
*Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809–1865), French socialist or anarchist philosopher
*Gil Sung Park (born 1956), Korean sociologist

Q

*Enrico Quarantelli, US-American sociologist

R

*Alfred Reginald Radcliffe-Brown (1881–1955), British social anthropologist
*Stephen Raudenbush, US-American sociologist and statistician
*Aviad Raz (born 1968), Israeli sociologist and anthropologist
*John Rex (born 1928), British sociologist
*George Ritzer (born 1940), US-American sociologist
*Terje Rød-Larsen (born 1947), Norwegian diplomat and sociologist
*Dale A. Rose (born 1972), US-American sociologist
*Paul Rosenfels (1909–1985), US-American psychologist and sociologist
*Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy (1888–1973), German social philosopher
*Malena Rubino (born 1985), US-American sociologist
*Walter Garrison Runciman, 3rd Viscount Runciman of Doxford, British sociologist

*Harvey Sacks (died 1975), US-American sociologist and ethnomethodologist
*Henri de Saint-Simon (1760–1825), French philosopher and social thinker
*Saskia Sassen (born 1949), US-American sociologist
*Peter Saunders, Australian sociologist
*Ferdinand de Saussure (1857–1913), Swiss linguist (structuralism)
*Helmut Schelsky (1912–1984), German sociologist
*Kurt C. Schlichting, US-American sociologist.
*Paul Schnabel, Dutch sociologist
*Joseph Alois Schumpeter (1883–1950), Austrian economist
*Alfred Schütz (1899–1959), Austrian philosopher and sociologist (phenomenology)
*Richard Sennett (born 1943), US-American sociologist and public figure
*Steven Shapin, US-American sociologist
*Ali Shariati (1933–1977), Iranian sociologist and writer
*Anson Shupe, US-American sociologist
*Volkmar Sigusch, German sociologist and sexuologe
*Charles E. Silberman, US-American criminologist
*Georg Simmel (1858–1918), German sociologist
*John Skvoretz, US-American mathematical sociologist
*Albion Woodbury Small (1854–1926), US-American sociologist
*Neil Smelser, US-American sociologist
*Adam Smith (1723–1790), Scottish economist and philosopher
*Christian Smith (born 1960), US-American sociologist of religion
*Dorothy E. Smith (born 1926), British/US-American sociologist and gender theorist
*Werner Sombart (1863–1941), German economist and sociologist
*Pitirim Sorokin (1889–1968), Russian sociologist
*Herbert Spencer (1820–1903), English philosopher
*Oswald Spengler (1880–1936), German philosopher
*Steven Spitzer, US-American sociologist
*M N Srinivas (1916–1999), Indian sociologist
*Arthur Stinchcombe, US-American sociologist
*Ross Stolzenberg, US-American sociologist
*John Storey, British sociologist
*Anselm L. Strauss (1916–1996), US-American sociologist
*William Graham Sumner (1840–1910), US-American advocate of Social Darwinism
*Eilert Sundt (1817–1875), Norwegian sociologist
*Edwin Sutherland (1893–1950), US-American criminologist
*Gerald Suttles, US-American urban sociologist
*Ian Svenonius, US-American cultural sociologist
*Jan Szczepanski (1913–2004), Polish sociologist
*Piotr Sztompka (born 1944), Polish sociologist

T

*Gabriel Tarde (1843–1904), French sociologist and social psychologist
*Sidney Tarrow, US-American sociologist
*Ian Taylor (1944–2001), English sociologist and criminologist
*Laurie Taylor (born 1936), English sociologist and broadcaster
*Verta Taylor, US-American sociologist
*Julien Teitler, US-American sociologist
*W. I. Thomas (1863–1947), US-American social psychologist
*Charles Tilly (born 1929), US-American sociologist
*Valery Tishkov (born 1941), Russian ethnologist and sociologist
*Alexis de Tocqueville (1805–1859), French essayist and political analyst
*Ferdinand Tönnies (1855–1936), German philosopher and founder of German sociology
*Alain Touraine (born 1925), French sociologist
*France Winddance Twine (born 1960), US-American sociologist and ethnographer, M.G Smith, R.T Smith

U

*John Urry, British sociologist

V

*Francisco Varela (1946–2001), Chilean biologist and philosopher
*Thorstein Veblen (1857–1929), US-American economist and sociologist
*Calvin Veltman (born 1941), Canadian sociologist, demographer and sociolinguist
*Sudhir Alladi Venkatesh, US-American sociologist
*Richard R. Verdugo (born 1948), US-American sociologist
*Nildo Viana (born 1965), Brazilian sociologist and philosopher
*Satnam Virdee, Scottish/Indian sociologist

W

*Peter Wagner, German sociologist and social theorist
*Immanuel Wallerstein (born 1930), US-American sociologist and historian
*Lester Frank Ward (1841–1913), founder of US-American sociology
*R.Stephen Warner (born 1941), US-American sociology of religion
*Stanley Wasserman, US-American sociologist, psychologist, statistician
*Anita Waters (born 1953), US-American sociologist
*Duncan Watts, US-American mathematical sociologist and network theorist
*Beatrice Webb (1858–1943), British socialist and social theorist
*Sidney Webb (1859–1947), British socialist and social theorist
*Alfred Weber (1868–1958), German sociologist
*Max Weber (1864–1920), German sociologist
*Frank Webster (born 1950), British sociologist
*Barry Wellman (born 1942), Canadian/US-American sociologist
*Ida B. Wells-Barnett (1862–1931), US-American sociologist, journalist, social worker
*John Westergaard (born 1927), British sociologist
*Edvard Westermarck (1862–1939), Finnish sociologist and philosopher
*Douglas R. White (born 1942), US-American mathematical sociologist and anthropologist.
*Harrison White, US-American sociologist
*William H. Whyte (1917–1999), US-American sociologist, journalist and peoplewatcher
* Leopold von Wiese (1876–1969), German Sociologist
*Raymond Williams (1921–1988), Welsh sociologist, novelist, and critic
*William Julius Wilson (born 1935), US-American sociologist
*Howard Winant, US-American sociologist
*Christopher Winship, US-American sociologist
*Louis Wirth (1897–1952), German/US-American sociologist
*Edmund Wnuk-Lipinski (born 1944), Polish sociologist
*Mary Wollstonecraft (1759–1797), British social reformer
*Steve Woolgar, British sociologist
*Monroe Work (1866–1945), US-American sociologist
*Erik Olin Wright, US-American sociologist

Y

*Yu Xie, US-American sociologist and statistician

Z

*Benjamin Zablocki (born 1941), US-American sociologist and social psychologist
*René Zavaleta Mercado, (1935–1984), Bolivian sociologist
*Henry Zentner (died 1986), Canadian sociologist
*Eviatar Zerubavel, US-American cognitive sociologist
*Jean Ziegler (born 1934), Swiss sociologist
*Slavoj Zizek (born 1949), Slovenian sociologist and philosopher
*Florian Znaniecki (1882–1958), Polish/US-American sociologist
*Irving Zola, AUS-merican medical sociologist and disability rights activist
*Tukufu Zuberi, US-American sociologist
*Sharon Zukin, US-American sociologist

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