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Capitalism and Social Cohesion

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Beschreibung

This book brings together essays on modernity, social integration, social differentiation and social exclusion by Lockwood, Mouzelis and other eminent social theorists. At the same time it addresses critical issues facing Western democracies, such as social exclusion, the underclass, unemployment, new inequalities, globalization and the new competitive environment. Its novelty lies in the imaginative way it uses social theory to critique old, and suggest new, policies and political practices.

Autorentext

IAN GOUGH is Professor of Social Policy at the University of Bath. GUNNAR OLOFSSON is Professor of Sociology at the University of Lund.



Inhalt

Introduction: New Thinking on Exclusion and Integration; I.Gough & G.Olofsson PART 1: THEORIES OF INTEGRATION Mapping System Integration and Social Integration; N.Mortensen Embeddedness and Integration: An Essay on Karl Polanyi; G.Olofsson PART 2: AUDITS OF INTEGRATION Civic Integration and Social Cohesion; D.Lockwood Social Welfare and Economic Competitiveness; I.Gough Gender, Citizenship and Empowerment; B.Siim PART 3: NEW ARENAS OF EXCLUSION: NEW STRATEGIES FOR INTEGRATION From Class Society to Exclusion from Society; J.Anderson Critical Reflections in the 'Underclass' and Poverty; K.Mann Unemployment or Basic Income: Is there a Middle Road?; I.Hornemann & J.Lind Conclusion: Differentiation and Marginalisation in Late Modernity; N.Mouzelis

Produktinformationen

Titel: Capitalism and Social Cohesion
Untertitel: Essays on Exclusion and Integration
Editor:
EAN: 9780312223113
ISBN: 978-0-312-22311-3
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Sozialwissenschaften allgemein
Anzahl Seiten: 213
Gewicht: 435g
Größe: H235mm x B235mm x T155mm
Jahr: 1999
Auflage: 1999

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