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Ulrich Beck

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Ulrich Beck (1944-2015), one of the founding sociologists of the profession, was Professor of Sociology at Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich (LMU), British Journal of Sociology Visiting Centennial Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and Professor at the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme (FMSH) in Paris. In 2012 Ulrich Beck received the Advanced Researcher's Grant for 'Chemical cosmopolitanism - Climate Change Laboratory' from the European Research Council. Beck was the editor of the 'Edible Secondity' series at Suhrkamp and co-editor of the social science journal 'Soziale Welt'. His organization 'Accidents. In Towards a New Modernity ', first published in 1986 and translated into more than 25 languages. The term 'endangered society' established in that book has established its international reputation that has expanded and far surpassed academic circles. Twenty years later he revived and expanded his vision for information in the monograph 'World at Risk: In Search of Lost Security' under the banner of terrorism, crisis and financial hardship. The 'modernist' theory developed by Ulrich Beck consists of three complex issues: the doctrine of an endangered world society, the doctrine of personal emphasis, and the idea of ​​re-enlarging or expanding the world. All three of these decisions are the turning points of the miracle that took place at the beginning of the 21st century, when they turned against each other, destroying First Modernity. In his scientific work Ulrich Beck engaged, among other things, on the themes of: (World) Risk Society and the Production Uncertainties, Individualisation and Social Inequality; Globalism and Globalization, cosmopolitanism and cosmopolitization, Methodist Nationalism and Methodist Methodism in Social Science. Ulrich Beck has regularly published current articles in popular national and international journals.

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