Social Theory and Postcommunism

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John Wiley & Sons, 15.4.2008 - 264 sivua
Social Theory and Postcommunism undertakes a thorough study of the implications of post-communism for sociological theory. Written by two leading social theorists, the book discusses the thesis that the fall of communism has decimated alternative conceptions of social organizations other than capitalism.
  • Analyzes the implications of the fall of communism on social theory
  • Discusses alternative ideas of social organizations other than capitalism, in the wake of the collapse of communism
  • Covers state/civil society, globalization, the future of “modernity,” and post-socialism
 

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Introduction Being Taken by Surprise
1
1 Theory after the Fall
7
2 Class Marx and Weber
25
3 Society Solidarity and Anomie Durkheim
42
4 Three Types of Convergence
67
5 Socialism Modernity and Beyond
88
6 Globalization and Convergence
117
7 Civil Society East and West
147
8 Modernity Memory and Postcommunism
176
9 Concluding Themes
197
Notes
204
Bibliography
217
Index
245
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William Outhwaite is Professor of Sociology at the University of Sussex. His recent publications include The Sociology of Politics (co-edited with Luke Martell, 1998) and The Blackwell Dictionary of Modern Social Thought (Blackwell 2002). He also acts as Associate Editor of the European Journal of Social Theory.

Larry Ray is Professor of Sociology at the University of Kent. He has recently published Theorizing Classical Sociology (1999) and Key Contemporary Social Theorists (co-edited with Anthony Elliott, Blackwell 2002). He has done extensive work and research on the crisis and transformation of postcommunist societies.

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