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ISBN:0762307560
Author: L.K. Waldner
ISBN13: 978-0762307562
Title: The Politics of Social Inequality (Research in Political Sociology) (Research in Political Sociology) (Research in Philosophy and Technology)
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Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited; 1 edition (February 1, 2001)
Pages: 438

The Politics of Social Inequality (Research in Political Sociology) (Research in Political Sociology) (Research in Philosophy and Technology) by L.K. Waldner



The articles in RPS are directed towards identifying, understanding, and explaining the various interrelations that exist within and between social and political phenomena.

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Political sociology is concerned with the sociological analysis of political phenomena ranging from the State, to civil society, to the family, investigating topics such as citizenship, social movements, and the sources of social power. The lineage of this discipline is typically traced from such thinkers as Montesquieu, Smith and Ferguson through the "founding fathers" of sociology – Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber – to such contemporary theorists as Gellner, Giddens, Habermas and Mann.

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PhD graduate Tony Zhang and Professor Brym publish on Tolerance of Homosexuality in 88 Countries. graduate Tony Huiquan Zhang and Professor Robert Brym have published an article in Sociological Forum. The article studies how tolerance of homosexuality is jointly shaped by individual educational attainment and political freedom. The main finding is that in free societies, education is a liberalizing force as scholars expected. PhD Graduate Salina Abji published an article in Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society that analyzes the relationship between state power and women’s rights.

Contemporary political sociology takes these questions seriously, but it is concerned with the play of power and politics across societies, which includes, but is not restricted to, relations between the state and society.

This volume identify the contingent basis of political behavior and show how social structures and historical conditions create both opportunities for and limitations on the exercise power. Whereas the legal structure of labor relations in the .

Contemporary political sociology involves the study of relations between state and society.

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Many argue that the study of power differences and social inequality is at the heart of political sociology. For example, William Gamson's conceptualization of social movement participants focuses on those who are 'organized out' of the current power structure, suggesting that the political behavior that social movement theorists try to explain, is motivated by perceived social inequality. Inequality, both as a motivator for political behavior and as a means of social control, is an integral aspect of both the national and international political landscapes.This collection of research serves as an example of aspects of social status, social class, and ideology connected to contemporary questions about 'who wins' in struggles for civic, economic, and individual citizenship. Inequalities of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation are studied at local, regional, national and transnational levels. Several articles consider 'hate groups' and victims of hate. The politics of inequality are discussed in enduring theoretical frameworks and emerging literatures related to political groups and associations, the order of law and the state, social movements, and terrorism and violence. The authors hope that this volume will stimulate further work in the political sociology of social inequality.