John Levi Martin is an American sociologist. He is professor of sociology at the University of Chicago. He is the author of Social Structures, The Explanation of Social Action and DAMN (Dyadic Analysis of Multiple Networks) and ELLA (Every-gal-and-guy’s Latent Lattice Analyser).
John Levi Martin is an intellectual nomad in the vast universe of sociological inquiry. These days, his main areas of interest are: field theory, social structures and party formation. He has previously written on classical theory, historical changes in sexual decision making and the economy, the shaping of belief systems, the use of racism as a valid conceptual category in American sociology, the relationship between interpersonal power and attributions of sexiness, methods for the analysis of qualitative data, political psychology, and the division of labor in Busytown.
|This biography of an American sociologist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
Here you can share your comments or contribute with more information, content, resources or links about this topic.