Comparative Sociology

Comparative sociology involves comparison in the social processes between nation-states, or across unique variations of society. There are two main ways to comparative sociology: a number of seek similarity around different countries and cultures whereas some others seek variance. As an example, structural Marxists have experimented with use comparative solutions to discover the standard processes that underlie apparently different social orderings in numerous societies. The danger on this approach is that the different social contexts are overlooked from the search for supposed universal structures.