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      Weber’s Protestant Ethic Thesis in Five Steps

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          As a result of many years of reading about and teaching Max Weber’s famous Protestant Ethic thesis, I have developed an approach to covering this material in both my undergraduate and graduate theory courses which has been beneficial to students and has helped them make sense of the rather complex argument developed by Weber. I provide a working model of all such scholarly inquires geared off the Science Triad, culminating in a five-step approach to organizing and explaining the Weber thesis. In addition, I provide an annotated bibliography of selected scholarly ruminations on Weber’s work in general and the Protestant Ethic thesis in particular.

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                Journal
                Academicus : International Scientific Journal
                Academicus Journal
                01 January 2019
                : MMXIX
                : 20
                : 51-65
                Article
                7b4a10190ce748219bda561244e1bb03
                10.7336/academicus.2019.20.04
                f281403b-600b-4f32-9665-e4ebb2054215

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                Social Sciences
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                Economics as a science
                HB71-74

                Sociology,Political science,Social & Behavioral Sciences,Law,Philosophy,Economics
                Weber,Max; Protestant Ethic; idealism; political theology; Science Triad; sociological theory; calling

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