5 edition of Theoretical directions in political sociology for the 21st century found in the catalog.
Theoretical directions in political sociology for the 21st century
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Betty A. Dobratz, Timothy Buzzell, Lisa K. Waldner.|
|Series||Research in political sociology -- v. 11.|
|Contributions||Buzzell, Tim., Dobratz, Betty A., Waldner, Lisa K.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 234 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||234|
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Theoretical Directions in Political Sociology for the 21st Century: Betty A. Dobratz: Introduction: theoretical directions for the 21st century, T. Buzzell et al; class and elites - a new look; reflections on class power and wealth, M. Parenti; class, race, and gender and theorizing welfare states, J.
Misra; elites and politics - the corporate elite and the capitalist class in the United States, B. Mintz; world systems and nation states; world-systems analysis and globalization directions for the 21st.
This book traces the disciplinary development of political sociology and the transdisciplinary research into the overlapping issues involving politics and society.
The contributions cover overviews of the historical, methodological, and theoretical development of this academic discipline. introduction: theoretical directions in political sociology for the 21st century lisa k.
waldner, timothy buzzell, and betty a. dobratz xiii class, elites and pluralist: a new look reflections on class power and wealth michael parenti 3 class, race, and gender and theorizing welfare states joy a misra 19 elites and politics: the corporate elite. Political Theory in the 21st.
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