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Author: Martin O'Brien,Sue (Lecturer In Applied Social Science University Of Lancaster) Penna,Colin Hay
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Title: Theorising Modernity: Reflexivity, Environment & Identity in Giddens' Social Theory
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Theorising Modernity: Reflexivity, Environment & Identity in Giddens' Social Theory by Martin O'Brien,Sue (Lecturer In Applied Social Science University Of Lancaster) Penna,Colin Hay



Sue Penna, Martin O'Brien and Colin Hay. CHAPTER 1. Theorising modernity: Reflexivity, identity and environment in Giddens’ social theory Martin O'Brien. 17. R adical politics Ted Benton. Sue Penna is a Lecturer in Applied Social Science at the University of Lancaster. T h e C o n tribu to rs. has recently published on the application of post-modern perspectives to questions of citizenship, political struggle and social policy and is co-author with M artin O 'Brien of Theorising Welfare: Enlightenment and Modern Society (Sage 1998).

Sue Penna is a Lecturer in Applied Social Science at Lancaster University. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

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Theorising Modernity. Reflexivity, Environment & Identity in Giddens' Social Theory. Martin O'Brien and Others. View More by This Author. Theorising Modernity will be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students of sociology, modern political thought, social geography and social policy and to social scientists trying to make sense of the modernity debate. Sue Penna is a Lecturer in Applied Social Science at Lancaster University

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Lecturer in Applied Social Science Department of Applied Social Science Lancaster University. O'Brien, M and Penna, S. (1996) ‘Postmodern Theory and Politics: Perspectives on Citizenship and Social Justice’ in Innovation, vol 9, no 2, pp185-203. Parton, N. (2000) ‘Some Thoughts on the Relationship between Theory and Practice in and for Social Work’, Brt. Jnl of Social Work, 30, 449-463. Penna, . O'Brien, M. and Hay, C. (1999) 'Introduction' in O'Brien, . Penna, S. (eds) Theorising Modernity. Reflexivity, Environment and Identity in Giddens' Social Theory. by: Martin O'Brien; Sue Penna; Colin Hay. Publisher: Routledge. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781317884170, 1317884175. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780582307438, 0582307430.

Theorising Modernity: Reflexivity, Environment & Identity in Giddens' Social Theory: ISBN 9780582307438 (978-0-582-30743-8) Softcover, Routledge, 1998. Theorising Welfare: Enlightenment And Modern Society. ISBN 9780803989078 (978-0-8039-8907-8) Softcover, SAGE Publications Ltd, 1998.

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What is modernity? Do we all experience modernity in the same way? How should we understand contemporary social change? This volume explores questions of modernity through critical engagements with the work of Anthony Giddens, focusing in particular on the relationships between his social theory and political sociology. Three substantive areas - reflexivity, environment and identity - are examined theoretically through the relationships between reflexivity and rationality, life politics and institutional power, and universalism and 'difference'.As well as specifically addressing Giddens' reconstruction of sociology, the contributors also explore a wide variety of critical issues currently occupying centre stage in social theory. These include questions about the character of contemporary societies, the periodisation of social change, the processes of change by which societies are constantly made and remade by people, the relationships between the 'social' and the 'natural', the formation and maintenance of identities and matters of epistemology and methodology in social science.Theorising Modernity will be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students of sociology, modern political thought, social geography and social policy and to social scientists trying to make sense of the modernity debate.Martin O'Brien is Research at the University of Derby. Sue Penna is a Lecturer in Applied Social Science at Lancaster University. Colin Hay is a Lecturer in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Birmingham (UK), a Visiting Fellow of the Department of Political Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US) and Research Affiliate of the Centre for European Studies at Harvard University (US).