The Sociology of Revolution


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Revolutions mark quantum-jumps in the history of nations: the development of the United States, France, Russia or China could not be understood without taking into account their separate revolutions.

Yet very little is known about the sociology of these events. There are many studies and monographs of particular revolutions, and there are several theoretical models that bear indirectly on the issue. But there has been no exhaustive treatment of revolution by sociologists, nor is there a generally accepted theory that explains the phenomenon.

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