Introducing Sociology: A Graphic Guide Paperback – Illustrated, 15 January 2017
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- Item Weight : 181 g
- Paperback : 176 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9781785780738
- ISBN-13 : 978-1785780738
- Product Dimensions : 11.68 x 1.52 x 16.51 cm
- Publisher : Icon Books (15 January 2017)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : 1785780735
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p 3. Perre Bourdieu. Domination and social inequality. Zygmunt Bauman. Sociology is to ... help the individual.
p 8. C. Wright Mills. The Sociological Imagination.
p 12. Peter Berger. The puppet theatre. Erving Goffman. Dangerous Giants can tear down structures.
p 18. Auguste Comte. Positivism.
p 23. Herbert Spencer. Functionalist Society.
p 24. Karl Marx. Conflict and division between social classes. The end point would be an egalitarian utopia.
Alienation. False Consiousness. Class Consiousness.
p 30. Emile Durkheim. Organic solidarity.
p 36 Max Weber. value-free research. Hierarchical organisation. Disenchantment. Protestant Work Ethic. The iron cage.
p 43. Talcott Parsons. Analytical Realism. Structural Functionalism.
p 45. Herbert Blumer. Symbolic Interactionalism. Urbanization.
p 50. Thorstein Veblen. Conspicious consumption.
p 57. Michel Foucault. Social Contructivism. Social categorization.
p 66. David Lyon. Surveillance Society.
p 71. Pierre Bourdieu. Cultural capital. Embodied capital. Institutionalized capital. Economic capital. Postmodernism.
p 83. Jean-Francois Lyotard. Metanarratives. Gender.
p 94. Judith Butler. Patriarchy.
p 102. WEB du Bois. Racist Society. Double Consciousness. Institutional racism.
p 108. Paul Gilroy. Cultural Racism. Islamophobia. Multiculturism. Cultural Relativism.
p 122. David Harvey. Time-space compression.
p 124. Antony Giddens. Time-space Distanciation.
p 125. Immanuel Wallerstein. World-System Theory. Core and periphery. Core, peripheral and semi-pheripheral states. Cultural globalization. Homogeneity.
p 130. Georg Ritzer. McDonaldization. Heterogeneity.
p 134. Roland Robertson. Glocalization.
p 135. Ulrich Beck. Risk Society. First and second modernity. Reflexive modernization. post-war consensus. International non-governmental organizations.
p 149. Alberto Melucci. Old vs. New Social Movements.
p 153. Jurgen Habermas. Lifeworld and system.
p 158. Pierre L van den Berghe. Primordialism. Ethnic vs. civic nationalism.
p 160. Fredrik Barth. Boundary maintenance.
p 161. Ernest Gellner. Modernism.
p 163. Benedict Anderson. Imagined communities.
p 164. Antony D. Smith. Ethno-symbolism.
p 166. Eric Hobsbawm. Globalization and nationalism.
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