The LACK OF UNIFORMITY METODOLGICA IN the RESEARCH AND SOCIOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF the SOCIAL REALITY For Jlio Rangel Borges Grandson sociology contemporary nothing more is of what the result of the classic Sociology of centuries XVIII and mainly of century XIX and beginning of the XX with strong base in the theoretical and scientific production of Durkheim and Weber and in good measured of Karl Marx. Of this done one, a radical disruption with all is not possible this structure that continues to influence the Sociology that if make today and the one that will come later. However, a complicador factor for a more trustworthy theoretical production inhabits in the multiplicity of taken methods the effect for each social scientist in particular. Such variety in the processes of research and interpretation of the social reality is not exclusiveness only of the current times, such born in the kingdom theoretical and metodolgica confusion since the primrdios and process of consolidation of social Sciences (sociology), compromising the sociological interpretation as a whole, after all use of methods and different processes for each observer/social scientist finishes for if making to arrive the different results and contradictory agreements inexorably/. A good example of all this metodolgica diversity/theoretician can be removed of the proper fundantes members of Sociology, namely Weber, Durkheim and Marx. Durkheim constructed most of its scientific workmanship on of the comparative method, to weber in turn conceived its sociological analyses and theories by means of the comprehensive method and finally Karl Marx if it guided in its research under the optics of the dialtico method of remote origin in the philosophy. As it is possible to perceive this diversity of research methods and consequence lack of standardization and uniformity in the way to search to interpret the social reality finishes for compromising the scientific severity, as well as the credibility of all social science (sociology), after all different ways nor always takes the same the place or destination, fact that until the common sense could indicate this.