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Neofunctionalism

Author: Jeffrey C Alexander
Publisher: Beverly Hills : Sage Publications, ©1985.
Series: Key issues in sociological theory, 1.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Neofunctionalism.
Beverly Hills : Sage Publications, ©1985
(OCoLC)654523848
Named Person: Talcott Parsons; Talcott Parsons; Talcott Parsons; Talcott (1902-1979) Parsons; Talcott Parsons
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey C Alexander
ISBN: 0803924968 9780803924963 0803924976 9780803924970
OCLC Number: 11971257
Description: 240 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part I. Interpretation and Theoretical Boundaries: 1. The practical groundwork of critical theory: bringing Parsons to Habermas (and vice versa) / David Sciulli --
Prolegomena to any future theory of societal crisis / Mark Gould --
3. Predicting technological innovation through a dialectic reinterpretation of the four-function paradigm / Ino Rossi --
Part II. Explanation and Social Change: 4. Systemic qualities and boundaries of societies: some theoretical considerations / S.N. Eisenstadt --
5. Evaluating the model of structural differentiation in relation to educational change in the nineteenth century / Neil J. Smelser --
6. Uneven structural differentiation: toward a comparative approach / Paul Colomy --
7. Modernity and its discontents / Frank J. Lechner --
Part III. Politics and Responsibility: 8. Totalitarian and liberal democracy: two types of modern political orders / Jeffrey Prager --
9. Beyond Parson's theory of the professions / Bernard Barber --
Commentary: Differentiation, consensus, and conflict: some comments on Smelser, Colomy, Lechner, and Barber / Richard Munch.
Series Title: Key issues in sociological theory, 1.
Responsibility: Jeffrey C. Alexander, editor.
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