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Institutional structure: constituting state, society, and the individual

Author: Thomas, George M. ; Meyer, John W. ; Ramirez, Francisco O. ; Boli, JohnPublisher: Sage, 1987.Language: EnglishDescription: 366 p. : Graphs ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0803928920Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Contents Institutional Structure Institutional Structure Preface PART I. THEORETICAL ISSUES 1. Ontology and Rationalization in the Western Cultural Account John W. Meyer, John Boli, and George M. Thomas PART 1 . THE WORLD POLITY AND 1 STATE STRUCTURE The World Polity and the Authority of the Nation-State John W. Meyer World Polity Sources of Expanding State Authority and Organization, 1870-1970 John Boli Regime Changes and State Power in an Intensifying World-State-System George M. Thomas and John W. Meyer Structural Antecedents and Consequences of Statism Francisco 0. Ramirez and George M. Thomas PART In: CONSTITUTING NATION AND CITIZEN 6. Human Rights or State Expansion? Cross-National Definitions of Constitutional Rights, 1870-1970 John Boli 7. Global Patterns of Educational Institutionalization Francisco 0 Ramirez and John Boli . 8. On the Union of States and Schools Francisco 0 Ramirez and John Boli . 9. World Polity Sources of National Welfare and Land Reform George M. Thomas and Pat Luuderdale MODERN INDIVIDUAL 10. The Ideology of Childhood and the State: Rules Distinguishing Children in National Constitutions, 1870-1970 John Boli and John W. Meyer 1 1. Self and L i e Course: Institutionalization and Its Effects John W. Meyer 12. The Political Construction of Rape Francisco 0. Ramirez PART V: RATIONALIZATION AND COLLECTIVE ACTION 13. Comparative Social Movements Francisco 0. Ramirez 14. Revivalism, Nation-Building, and Institutional Change George M. Thomas PART VI: THE POSSIBILITY OF A GENERAL HISTORICAL THEORY 15. Institutional Analysis FrancBco 0. Ramirez Appendix A: The Coding of Constitutions Appendix B: References to Childhood and State Responsibilities for Children in the 1945 Constitution of Ecuador References Index About the Authors

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