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Alvin Ward Gouldner

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  1. professor of sociology at Washington University in St. Louis (1959–1967) President of the Society for the Study of Social Problems (1962), professor of sociology at Amsterdam (1972–1976) and Max Weber Professor of Sociology at Washington Universi

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  2. born 1920

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  3. Referencing Gouldner, Michael Parenti said, "Our tendency to accept a datum or argument as true or not depends less on the content and substance of it, than it does on how congruent it is with the background assumptions we already have

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  4. died New York – 1980

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  5. His early works such as Patterns in Industrial Bureaucracy can be seen as important as they worked within the existing fields of sociology but adopted the principles of a critical intellectual

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