Micro and Macro Sociology
Macrosociology is an approach to sociology which emphasizes the analysis of social
systems and populations on a large scale, the level of social
structure, and at a high level of theoretical abstraction. Microsociology focuses on
the individual social agency.
The book 'The Dance of Life' is about "micro-sociology," and the book 'The MacDonaldization of Society' is about "macro-sociology."
Macrosociological approach 1. What Social Structure is Discovery of structure, of large scale relationships in the society, of relationships between structures. cudenver.edu/sociology/introsoc/topics/topic2b.html
Social order through macroactions: An interactionist approach David R. Heise Department of Sociology Indiana University Bloomington, IN 47405 Presentation at Panel on Micro-Macro Processes. indiana.edu/~socpsy/papers/MicroMacro.html
ESSAY - Do macro-sociological approaches or micro-sociological approaches tell us more about why some pupils under-achieve in school? hewett.norfolk.sch.uk/CURRIC/soc/socessay.htm
Social stratification and comparative macro-sociology - nuff.ox.ac.uk/Sociology/Group/goldthorpe.html
SELECTED TOPICS IN MACRO-SOCIOLOGY - umsl.edu/curriculum/ COURSES/DESCRIPTION/7740/7740/241999945.html
The Logic and Method of Macrosociology -- An Input-Output Approach to Organizational Networks - Namboodiri and Corwin make a strong case for adopting a macro perspective in sociological investigations. - info.greenwood.com/books/0275945/0275945294.html