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Social Stratification

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Social Stratification

9781858981598 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by John Holmwood, University of Nottingham, UK
Publication Date: 1996 ISBN: 978 1 85898 159 8 Extent: 1,984 pp
This major new three volume reference collection includes both classic and contemporary papers and covers the main issues of stratification – status, class, occupation, gender, race and ethnicity. Each article represents a distinctive theoretical contribution which sets research agendas in its area. Together, the volumes offer a comprehensive treatment of issues which lie at the heart of social stratification and the modern discipline of sociology.

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This major new three volume reference collection includes both classic and contemporary papers and covers the main issues of stratification – status, class, occupation, gender, race and ethnicity. Each article represents a distinctive theoretical contribution which sets research agendas in its area. Together, the volumes offer a comprehensive treatment of issues which lie at the heart of social stratification and the modern discipline of sociology.

John Holmwood’s selection includes papers covering over 150 years of research which address the changing character of modern society as well as the relationships between issues of employment, welfare, household and the state.
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70 articles dating from 1844 to 1994
Contributors: E. Durkheim, J. Habermas, K. Marx, A. Smith, M. Weber, E.O. Wright
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Contents: Volume I: Acknowledgements Introduction Part I: Solidarity and Division: Attempts at Foundation Part II: Solidarity and Division: Formulating Principles of Stratification Part III: Elites and Power Part IV: Professions Index • Volume II: Acknowledgement Part I: The Development of Civil Society: Industrialism and Post-Industrialism Part II: Welfare and Social Stratification Part III: Occupations and Social Stratification Index • Volume III: Acknowledgements Part I: Race and Ethnicity Part II: Gender and Stratification Part III: Fragmentation, Division and Beyond Name Index
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