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Conflicts about class : debating inequality in late industrialism

Author: David J Lee; Bryan S Turner
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David J Lee; Bryan S Turner
ISBN: 9781317889632 1317889630 1315842696 9781315842691
OCLC Number: 891659798
Description: 1 online resource (pages cm)
Contents: Part 1 1. Class in a Post Communist World 2. Has Class Analysis a Future 3. Are Social Classes Dying 4. The Persistence of Classes in Post-industrial Societies 5. The Dying of Class of a Marxist Class Theory 6. Succession in the Stratification System Part 2 7. British Sociology and Class Analysis 8. Is the Emperor Naked? 9. The Promising Future of Class Analysis 10. A Reply to Goldthorpe and Marshall 11. Gender and Class Analysis 12. Class Analysis: Back to the Future Part 3 13. Researching Class 14. Class in Britain since 1979 15. Patterns of Capitalist Development 16. Comparative Studies in Class Structure 17. Classes, Underclasses and the Labour Market 18. Class and Politics in Advanced Industrial Societies 19. Class Inequalities and Educational Reform in 20th Century Britain 20. Social Class and Interest Formulation in Post-communist Societies.
Responsibility: edited by David J. Lee, Bryan S. Turner.

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