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European and Chinese sociologies : a new dialogue

Author: Laurence Roulleau-Berger; Peilin Li
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2012
Series: International comparative social studies, v. 26
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Sociology is involved in a process of internationalisation. The rapid development of China has provided the "China's experience" and the production of a new sociology. In this book a new dialogue  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence Roulleau-Berger; Peilin Li
ISBN: 9789004211742 9004211748
OCLC Number: 775304848
Description: xxvi, 342 s. : ill. ; 25 cm
Contents: List of Tables and FiguresAcknowledgementsNotes on ContributorsList of AbbreviationsINTRODUCTIONSEuropean and Chinese Sociologies: A New Dialogue, Laurence Roulleau-Berger Chinese Sociology in Global Perspective, Li PeilinPART ONE: SOCIETIES, MODERNITIES AND GLOBALIZATION1. Modernity and Modernization, Alain Touraine2. The Economical Status and Social Attitudes of Migrant Workers in China, Li Peilin and Li Wei3. The crisis of `Organised Modernity, Robert Castel4. Transition Sociology Trends and New Prospects, Sun Liping5. Multiple Modernities, Inequalities and Intermediate Spaces, Laurence Roulleau-Berger6. Neither Global or National: Novel Assemblages of Territory, Authority and Rights, Saskia SassenPART TWO:CLASS, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY7. Social Mobility and Social Class in China: A Comparative Study of Intragenerational Mobility Models Before and After the Economic Reforms, Li Chunling8. The Rise of the `Middle Classes' Ascension or the Moyennisation of the Society in Contemporary France: A Difficult Debate, Catherine Bidou-Zachariasen9. Individualism, Autonomy, Social Institution: How to Surmount the Dichotomy of the Individual and Society, Alain Ehrenberg10. Social Existence of Chinese Middle Class in Contemporary China: Class Cognition and political consciousness, Li Lulu11. Guanxilization and Categorization : Theoretical Considerations Based on Two Case Studies, Yang YiyinPART THREE: STATE, DEMOCRATY AND CITIZENSHIP12. Conflict, Trust and Democracy in Eastern Europe, Anna Krasteva13. Civil Society in Community Gouvernance: The Experience from China, Li Youmei14. Testing Recognition: New Injunctions and Disjunctions of Democracy in Western Europe, Jean-Paul Payet15. A New Economy of Legality and the Process of Legitimization in Contemporary Societies, Jacques Commaille 16. Folk Society and Ritual State, GuoYuhua 17. Dual integration of Social Order: Analysis of a Case of Property Right Dispute, Zhang Jing18. Ethics, Legitimicy and Vulnerability in Europe, Patrick Pharo19. Housing Transforms China: The Homeowners' Rights Campaign in B City, Shen YuanPART FOUR: ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS AND NEW SOCIAL INEQUALITIES20. Employment Regulation in the Wake of Globalisation, Michel Lallement21. Is There a Future for Industrial Democracy?, Catherine Paradeise22. Industrial Relations and Inequalities in Western Europe: Questions for the Evolution of Chinese Labour Markets, David Marsden23. Three Types of Discrimination against Migrant Workers in the Labor Market and Logical Consequences, Liu Shiding24. Dualism and Diversity: A Comparative Analysis of Unemployment in Italy, Enzo Mingione and Jonathan Pratschke25. Three Decades of Chinese Women: State, Family, Women. Comments on the Last Two Decades of Women or Gender Related Sociological Studies, Tong XinConclusion, Michel WieviorkaBibliographyIndex
Series Title: International comparative social studies, v. 26
Responsibility: edited by Laurence Roulleau-Berger, Li Peilin


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