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Social theory for a changing society

Author: Bourdieu, Pierre ; Coleman, James S.Publisher: Westview Press, 1991. ; Russell Sage , 1991.Language: EnglishISBN: 0813311942Type of document: Book
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Book Europe Campus
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Print HM101 .S63 1991
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Social Theory for a Changing Society Contents Prologue: Constructed Social Organization, James S. Coleman COMMENTS 1 Michael Hechter, 14 Susan P. Shapiro, 16 PART ONE CHANGES IN TECHNOLOGY AND ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSES 1 Moebius-Strip Organizations and Open Labor Markets: Some Consequences of the Reintegration of Conception and Execution in a Volatile Economy, Charles Sabel COMMENTS 23 Richard Biernacki, 54 David Stark, 56 2 The Future of Bureaucracy and Hierarchy in Organizational Theory: A Report from the Field, Rosabeth Moss Kanter COMMENTS 63 Peter Hedström, 87 Edward O. Laumann, 90 3 Indirect Relationships and Imagined Communities: Large-Scale Social Integration and the Transformation of Everyday Life, Craig Calhoun 95 vi COMMENTS Contents Gudmund Hernes, 121 Edward Shils, 126 PART TWO CHANGES IN CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS AND CULTURAL TRANSMISSION 4 Social Structure, Institutions, and Cultural Goods: The Case of the United States, Paul DiMaggio COMMENTS 133 Wendy Griswold, 156 Richard A. Peterson, 159 5 The New and the Old in Religion, Thomas Luckmann COMMENTS 167 Andrew Greeley, 182 Seymour Martin Lipset, 185 6 Families, Childrearing, and Education Opening Remarks, Charles E. Bidwell Institutions and Human Capital Development, Mary C. Brinton Individuals, Institutions, and Academic Achievement, James W. Stigler PART THREE CHANGES IN SYSTEMS OF SOCIAL CONTROL 7 On the Individualistic Theory of Social Order, Alessandro Pizzorno COMMENTS 189 189 194 198 209 Rogers Brubaker, 234 Donald N. Levine, 238 8 Discretion, Institutions, and the Problem of Government Commitment, Kenneth A. Shepsle 245 Contents COMMENTS vii Russell Hardin, 263 9 Law Without Accidents, Kim Lane Scheppele COMMENTS 267 Jack Goldstone, 293 Michael Hechter, 296 PART FOUR NEW POLITICAL BOUNDARIES AND NEW POLITICAL FORMS 10 Bounded States in a Global Market: The Uses of International Labor Migrations, Aristide R. Zolberg COMMENTS 301 Charles C. Ragin, 325 George Steinmetz, 329 11 Intellectuals and Domination in Post-Communist Societies, George Konrad and Ivan Szelenyi COMMENTS 337 Seymour Martin Lipset, 364 Klemens Szaniawski, 369 Epilogue: On the Possibility of a Field of World Sociology, Pierre Bourdieu About the Book and Editors 373 389

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