Alternative Foundations of Class Analysis
Опубликовано на портале: 02-09-2003
The central objective of this book is to clarify the complex array of alternative conceptualizations of class rooted in different theoretical traditions of class analysis. Each of the authors in the book has written extensively on problems of class and inequality within different traditions of class analysis. Each has been given the assignment of writing a kind of theoretical manifesto for a particular kind of class analysis.
Introduction Erik Olin Wright
Chapter 1. Foundations of Class Analysis in the Marxist Tradition Erik Olin Wright
Chapter 2. Foundations of Class Analysis in the Weberian Tradition Richard Breen
Chapter 3. Foundations of Durkheimian class analysis David Grusky
Chapter 4. Foundations of Class Analysis in the work of Bourdieu Loп c Wacquant
Chapter 5. Foundations of neo-Ricardian class analysis Aage Sшrensen
Chapter 6. Foundations of Anti-Class analysis Jan Pakulski
Conclusion Erik Olin Wright
anti-class analysis Bourdieu, P. capital class class analysis David Grutsky durkheimian lines Durkheim, Ricardo economic relations employment relations exploitation inequality labor market life chances Marx, Karl systems of stratification Weber, Max work organization
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