John Goldthorpe: Consensus And Controversy

John Goldthorpe: Consensus And Controversy

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First Published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 515 pages
  • 178 x 254mm | 929g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138973866
  • 9781138973862

Table of contents

Part 1 Class analysis: John Goldthorpe and class analysis, G.Marshall; class and society - a critique of John Goldthorpe's model of social classes, G.Ahrne. Part 2 Critique of Marxist theories of class and historical development: class and economic development - a critique of Marxist theories, G.Gagliani; Goldthorpe and Marxist theories of historical development, R.Crompton. Part 3 Class and gender: women and class analysis, S.McRae; Goldthorpe on class gender - the case against, S.Dex. Part 4 Class and political partisanship: class and political partisanship, A.Heath; ideology, sociology and labour party strategy, D.Kavanagh. Part 5 Class and industrial relations: social class, social integration and industrial relations, W.Roche; class and industrial relations - sociological bricks without institutional straw, W.Brown. Part 6 Capitalism and corporatism: capitalism and corporatism - the political economy of advanced capitalist societies, N.Hardiman; post- fordist capitalism? - corporatism and dualism in Britain and West Germany, J.Esser. Part 7 Corporatism and Neo-liberalism - sociology, political philosophy and distributive justice, R.Plant. Part 8 Social mobility in Britain: social mobility in Britain, J.Westergaard; social mobility in Britain - a contrary view, G.Payne. Part 9 Comparative social mobility: social mobility in industrial nations, W.Muller; the failure of a paradigm - log-linear models of social mobility, J.Kelley. Part 10 Theory and research in sociology: theory, rhetoric and research - John Goldthorpe's tennis player view of society and sociology, K.U.Mayer; ideology and action in the work of John Goldthorpe, T.Johnson. Part 11 A response, J.Goldthorpe.
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