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The Handbook of Political Sociology
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  • Page extent: 838 pages
  • Size: 234 x 156 mm
  • Weight: 1.66 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 306.2
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: JA76 .H383 2005
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Political sociology
    • Civil society
    • State, The
    • Globalization

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521819909 | ISBN-10: 0521819903)

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This Handbook of Political Sociology provides the first complete survey of the vibrant field of political sociology. Part I explores the theories of political sociology. Part II focuses on the formation, transitions, and regime structure of the state. Part III takes up various aspects of the state that respond to pressures from civil society, including welfare, gender, and military policies. And Part IV examines globalization. The Handbook is dedicated to the memory of co-author Robert Alford.

Contents

Dedication; Preface; Introduction; Part I. Theories of Political Sociology: 1. Rulemaking, rulebreaking and power Frances Fox Piven and Richard A. Crawford; 2. Neo-pluralism and neo-functionalism in political sociology Alexander M. Hicks and Frank J. Lechner; 3. Conflict theories in political sociology Axel van den Berg and Thomas Janoski; 4. Institutionalist and state-centric theories of political sociology Edwin Amenta; 5. Culture, knowledge, politics James Jasper; 6. Feminist theorizing and feminisms in political sociology Barbara Hobson; 7. The linguistic turn: Foucault, Laclau, Mouffe and Zizek Jacob Torfing; 8. Rational-choice theories in political sociology Edgar Kiser and Shawn Bauldry; 9. Theories of race and the state David R. James and Kent Redding; Part II. Civil Society: The Roots and Processes of Political Action: 10. Money, participation and votes: social cleavages and electoral politics Jeffrey Manza, Clem Brooks and Michael Sauder; 11. Public opinion, political attitudes and ideology David Weakliem; 12. Nationalism in comparative perspective Liah Greenfield; 13. Political parties: social bases, organization and environment Mildred A. Schwartz and Kay Lawson; 14. Organized interest groups and policy networks Francisco J. Granados and David Knoke; 15. Corporate control, interfirm relations and corporate power Mark Mizruchi and Deborah M. Bey; 16. Social movement organizations and strategies J. Craig Jenkins and William Form; 17. Towards a political sociology of the news media Michael Schudson and Silvio Waisbord; Part III. The State and its Manifestations: 18. State formation and state-building in Europe Thomas Ertman; 19. Transitions to democracy John Markoff; 20. Explaining the occurrences and consequences of social revolutions Jeff Goodwin; 21. Regimes and contention Charles Tilly; 22. Theories and practices of new-corporatism Wolfgang Streeck and Lane Kentworthy; 23. Undemocratic politics in the twentieth century and beyond Viviane Brachet-Marquez; 24. Civil bureaucracies in politics and implementing policies Oskar Ozlak; Part IV. State Policy and Innovations: 25. Comparative and historical studies of social policy and the welfare state Alexander M. Hicks and Gøsta Esping-Andersen; 26. Women, gender, and state policies Joya Misra and Leslie King; 27. The politics of racial policy Kent Redding, David R. James and Joshua Klugman; 28. War, militarism and states: insights and blindspots of political sociology Gregory Hooks and James Rice; Part V. Globalization and Political Sociology: 29. State economic and social policy in global capitalism Evelyne Huber and John D. Stephens; 30. Globalization Philip McMichael; 31. The politics of immigration and national integration Thomas Janoski and Fengjan Wang; 32. Counter-hegemonic globalization: transnational social movements in the contemporary global political economy Peter Evans; References; Index.

Contributors

Frances Fox Piven, Richard A. Crawford, Alexander M. Hicks, Frank J. Lechner, Axel van den Berg, Thomas Janoski, Edwin Amenta, James Jasper, Barbara Hobson, Jacob Torfing, Edgar Kiser, Shawn Bauldry, David R. James, Kent Redding, Jeffrey Manza, Clem Brooks, Michael Sauder, David Weakliem, Liah Greenfield, Mildred A. Schwartz, Kay Lawson, Francisco J. Granados, David Knoke, Mark Mizruchi, Deborah M. Bey, J. Craig Jenkins, William Form, Michael Schudson, Silvio Waisbord, Thomas Ertman, John Markoff, Jeff Goodwin, Charles Tilly, Wolfgang Streeck, Lane Kentworthy, Viviane Brachet-Marquez, Oskar Ozlak, Gøsta Esping-Andersen, Joya Misra, Leslie King, Joshua Klugman, Gregory Hooks, James Rice, Evelyne Huber, John D. Stephens, Philip McMichael, Fengjan Wang, Peter Evans

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