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This article provides a list of sociologists. It is intended to cover those who have made substantive contributions to social theory and research, including any sociological subfield. Scientists in other fields and philosophers are not included, unless at least some of their work is defined as being specifically sociological in nature. Also included are certain politicians and other notable individuals who gained a university degree in the subject.


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  • Octavio Ianni (1926–2004), Brazilian sociologist
  • Ibn Khaldun (1332/ah732–1406/ah808), North African historian, forerunner of modern historiography, sociology, and economics
  • Kancha Ilaiah (born 1952), Indian political scientist and social activist
  • Eva Illouz, Moroccan sociologist
  • Alex Inkeles, American sociologist
  • Harold Innis, Canadian sociologist who developed staples theory
  • John Keith Irwin (1929-2010), American sociologist known for his expertise on the American prison system

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