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Routledge & Kegan, 1973. 1st UK edition. Hardcover. Slight wear to top of spine of dj, o/wise good condition. Examines the difficulties which sociologists have in providing useful scientific definitions of terms like "prejudice" and "discrimination". Argues such notions are essentially dependent on the social policy adopted, & that their common misuse reflects a deeper confusion - that between the sociologist's search for social rules & regularities, & his search for social laws. Clarifies the complex and important relationships between a scientific interest in the rule-oriented behaviour of people & a scientific interest in social laws about that behaviour. 181pp. Part of the International Library of Sociology series. 29382.