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REVIEW: Sorin Mitulescu, ed. Sociologi în comunism. Începuturile unei profesii fără statut

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REVIEW: Sorin Mitulescu, ed. Sociologi în comunism. Începuturile unei profesii fără statut

Abstract: “Sociologists in Communism. The beginnings of a profession without status” is a collective volume coordinated by Sorin Mitulescu and contains the stories of some sociology graduates in 1975 and of some of their teachers at that time. The book is both an essay in sociology and a collection of oral history papers. We understand from reading the book that sociology was at that time the victim of the oscillations in Romanian politics between the desire for modernization (especially technological) and the fearful and dogmatic conservatism that had penetrated all social levels. Sociologists in communism want to be a starting point in a broader debate on the role of sociology and the sociologist, both in the past and in the present. He discusses several topics such as the relationship between sociology and power, the professional mobility of sociologists, the relationship between personal life and the career of a practicing sociologist.

Keywords: oral history papers, practicing sociologists, communism, colective paper.

Citation suggestion: Ilina, David. „REVIEW: Sorin Mitulescu, ed. Sociologi în comunism. Începuturile unei profesii fără statut”. Transilvania, no. 1-2 (2022): 143-145.

https://doi.org/10.51391/trva.2022.01-02.21.

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