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Title Social theory : the multicultural and classic readings / edited by Charles Lemert
Imprint Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1993
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 Ethnology Library  HM51 .S66235 1993    AVAILABLE    30520020387636
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  301 So1341Le 1993    AVAILABLE    30500100749145
Descript xi, 672 pages ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes
pt. I: Modernity's classical age: 1848-1919. The two sides of society ; Estranged labour ; Camera obscura ; Class struggle with Friedrich Engels ; The eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte ; On imperialism in India ; The values of commodities ; The fetishism of commodities ; Labour-power and capital / Karl Marx -- The patriarchal family / Friedrich Engels -- Anomie and the modern division of labor ; Sociology and social facts ; Suicide and modernity ; Primitive classifications and social knowledge with Marcel Mauss ; The cultural logic of collective representations / Emile Durkheim -- The spirit of capitalism and the iron cage ; The bureaucratic machine ; What is politics? ; The types of legitimate domination ; Class, status, party / Max Weber -- The psychical apparatus and the theory of instincts ; Dream-work and interpretation ; Oedipus, the child ; Remembering, repeating, and working-through ; The return of the repressed in social life ; Civilization and the individual / Sigmund Freud -- Arbitrary social values and the linguistic sign / Ferdinand de Saussure -- The self and its selves / William James -- Double-consciousness and the veil ; The spirit of modern Europe / W.E.B. Du Bois -- The yellow wallpaper ; Women and economics / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- The colored woman's office / Anna Julia Cooper -- The stranger / Georg Simmel -- The looking-glass self / Charles Horton Cooley
pt. II: Social theories and world conflict: 1919-1945. The psychology of modern society ; The new liberalism / John Maynard Keynes -- The irrational chasm between subject and object, / Georg Lukács -- Notes on science and the crisis / Max Horkheimer -- The unit act of action systems / Talcott Parsons -- What is to be done? / V.I. Lenin -- The sociology of knowledge and ideology / Karl Mannheim -- Psychoanalysis and sociology / Erich Fromm -- The self, the I, and the me / George Herbert Mead -- Social structure and anomie / Robert K. Merton -- Moral man and immoral society / Reinhold Niebuhr -- The negro problem as a moral issue / Gunnar Myrdal -- Disorganization of the polish immigrant / William I. Thomas and Florian Znaniecki -- Personality and status within the gang / Frederic M. Thrasher -- Art, war, and fascism / Walter Benjamin -- A room of ones own / Virginia Woolf -- Nonviolent force: a spiritual dilemma / Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi -- Identity, struggle, contradiction / Mao Tse-tung -- The Japanese and the Americans / Ruth Benedict
pt. III: The golden moment: 1945-1963. On the United States and containment of the Soviets / George Kennan -- The end of ideology in the West / Daniel Bell -- Modernization: stages of growth / W.W. Rostow -- Action systems and social systems ; Sex roles in the American kinship system / Talcott Parsons -- Manifest and latent functions / Robert K. Merton -- The structural study of myth / Claude Lévi-Strauss -- Semiological prospects / Roland Barthes -- Why theory? / Louis Althusser -- Character and society: the other-directed personality / David Riesman -- Youth and american identity / Erik H. Erikson -- On face-work / Erving Goffman -- The eccentric self and the discourse of the other / Jacques Lacan -- Woman as other / Simone de Beauvoir -- Between colonizer and colonized / Aimé Césaire -- The power of nonviolent action / Martin Luther King, Jr. -- The sociological imagination / C. Wright Mills -- Participatory democracy (from The Port Huron Statement) / Students for a Democratic Society -- The problem that has no name / Betty Friedan -- Decolonizing, national culture, and the negro intellectual / Frantz Fanon
pt. IV: Will the center hold? 1963-1979. Change and the planning system / John Kenneth Galbraith -- Emancipatory knowledge / Jürgen Habermas -- Social analysis and communicative competence / Jürgen Habermas -- Society as a human product / Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann -- Knowing a society from within: a woman's standpoint / Dorothy Smith -- The modern world-system / Immanuel Wallerstein -- The state as a Janus-faced Structure / Theda Skocpol -- The Moynihan Report : rethinking family / Christopher Lasch -- Gender personality and the reproduction of mothering / Nancy Chodorow -- The decentering event in social thought / Jacques Derrida -- Discourse on the West / Michel Foucault -- Black power and Stokely / C.L.R. James -- Toward a reflexive sociology / Alvin W. Gouldner -- Repressive desublimation / Herbert Marcuse -- Reflexive properties of practical sociology / Harold Garfinkel -- Structures, habitus, practices / Pierre Bourdieu -- The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house / Audre Lorde
pt. V: After modernity, since 1979. Whither postmodernism? / Andreas Huyssen -- The postmodern condition / Jean-François Lyotard -- Private irony and liberal hope / Richard Rorty -- Power as knowledge / Michel Foucault -- Simulacra and simulations: Disneyland / Jean Baudrillard -- Post-modernity or radicalized modernity? / Anthony Giddens -- Cultural studies and The New Left / Stuart Hall -- Radical democracy: alternative for a New Left / Ernesto LaClau and Chantal Mouffe -- Foucault on power : a theory for women? / Nancy Hartsock -- The afrocentric idea / Molefi Kete Asante -- Postpositivist case for the classics / Jeffrey Alexander -- The new social structure and the new social science / James S. Coleman -- Pluribus unum? / Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. -- The new cultural politics of difference / Cornel West -- "Race" as the trope of the world / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. -- The cyborg manifesto and fractured identities / Donna Haraway -- Infinite layers/third world? / Trinh T. Minh-ha -- Can the subaltern speak? / Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak -- Black feminist thought in the matrix of domination / Patricia Hill Collins -- The new Mestiza / Gloria Anzaldúa -- Sexual identification is a strange thing / Jeffrey Weeks -- Imitation and gender insubordination / Judith Butler -- Who is your mother? Red roots of white feminism / Paula Gunn Allen -- The end of the modern era / Vaclav Havel
Link Online version: Social theory. Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1993 (OCoLC)655645282
Subject Sociology
Sociology -- History
Alt Author Lemert, Charles C., 1937-
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