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The sociology book, contributors, Christopher Thorpe, consultant editor, Chris Yuill, consultant editor ; Mitchell Hobbs, Megan Todd, Sarah Tomley, Marcus Weeks

Label
The sociology book
Title
The sociology book
Statement of responsibility
contributors, Christopher Thorpe, consultant editor, Chris Yuill, consultant editor ; Mitchell Hobbs, Megan Todd, Sarah Tomley, Marcus Weeks
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Profiles the world's most renowned sociologists and more than 100 of their biggest ideas, including issues of equality, diversity, identity, and human rights; the effects of globalization; the role of institutions; and the rise of urban living in modern society
Member of
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
301
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HM585
LC item number
.S61584 2015
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Thorpe, Christopher
  • Yuill, Chris
  • Hobbs, Mitchell
  • Todd, Megan
  • Tomley, Sarah
  • Weeks, Marcus
Series statement
Big ideas simply explained
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Sociology
Label
The sociology book, contributors, Christopher Thorpe, consultant editor, Chris Yuill, consultant editor ; Mitchell Hobbs, Megan Todd, Sarah Tomley, Marcus Weeks
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Harriet Martineau
  • Mass culture reinforces political repression
  • Herbert Marcuse
  • The danger of the future is that men may become robots
  • Erich Fromm
  • Culture is ordinary
  • Raymond Williams
  • Stigma refers to an attribute that is deeply discrediting
  • Erving Goffman --
  • The fall of the bourgeoisie and the victory of the proletariat are equally inevitable
  • Karl Marx
  • Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft
  • Ferdinand Tönnies
  • Society, like the human body, has interrelated parts, needs, and functions
  • Émile Durkheim
  • The iron cage of rationality
  • Max Weber
  • Many personal troubles must be understood in terms of public issues
  • Foundations of sociology.
  • Charles Wright Mills
  • Pay to the most commonplace activities the attention accorded extraordinary events
  • Harold Garfinkel
  • Where there is power there is resistance
  • Michel Foucault
  • Gender is a kind of imitation for which there is no original
  • Judith Butler
  • Social inequalities. I broadly accuse the bourgeoisie of social murder
  • Friedrich Engels
  • The problem of the 20th century is the problem of the color line
  • A physical defeat has never marked the end of a nation
  • W.E.B. DuBois
  • The poor are excluded from the ordinary living patterns, customs, and activities of life
  • Peter Townsend
  • There ain't no black in the Union Jack
  • Paul Gilroy
  • A sense of one's place
  • Pierre Bourdieu
  • The Orient is the stage on which the whole East is confined
  • Edward Said
  • The ghetto is where the black people live
  • Ibn Khaldun
  • Elijah Anderson
  • The tools of freedom become the sources of indignity
  • Richard Sennett
  • Men's interest in patriarchy is condensed in hegemonic masculinity
  • R.W. Connell
  • White women have been complicit in this imperialist, white-supremacist capitalist patriarchy
  • Bell Hooks
  • The concept of "patriarch" is indispensable for an analysis of gender inequality
  • Sylvia Walby
  • Modern living.
  • Mankind have always wandered or settled, agreed or quarreled, in troops and companies
  • Strangers are not really conceived as individuals, but as strangers of a particular type
  • Georg Simmel
  • The freedom to remake our cities and ourselves
  • Henri Lefebvre
  • There must be eyes on the street
  • Jane Jacobs
  • Only communication can communicate
  • Niklas Luhmann
  • Society should articulate what is good
  • Amitai Etzioni
  • Adam Ferguson
  • McDonaldization affects virtually every aspect of society
  • George Ritzer
  • The bonds of our communities have withered
  • Robert D. Putnam
  • Disneyization replaces mundane blandness with spectacular experiences
  • Alan Bryman
  • Living in a loft is like living in a showcase
  • Sharon Zukin
  • Living in a global world.
  • Abandon all hope of totality, you who enter the world of fluid modernity
  • Science can be used to build a better world
  • Zygmunt Bauman
  • The modern world-system
  • Immanuel Wallerstein
  • Global issues, local perspective
  • Roland Robertson
  • Climate change is a back-of-the-mind issue
  • Anthony Gidens
  • No social justice without global cognitive justice
  • Boaventura de Sousa Santos
  • The unleashing of productive capacity by the power of the mind
  • Auguste Comte
  • Manuel Castells
  • We are living in a world that is beyond controllability
  • Ulrich Beck
  • It sometimes seems as if the whole world is on the move
  • John Urry
  • Nations can be imagined and constructed with relatively little historical straw
  • David McCrone
  • Global cities are strategic sites for new types of operations
  • Saskia Sassen
  • Different societies appropriate the materials of modernity differently
  • The Declaration of Independence bears no relation to half the human race
  • Arjun Appadurai
  • Processes of change have altered the relations between peoples and communities
  • David Held
  • Culture and identity.
  • The "I" and the "me"
  • G.H. Mead
  • The challenge of modernity is to live without illusions and without becoming disillusioned
  • Antonio Gramsci
  • The civilizing process is constantly moving "forward"
  • Norbert Elias
  • Work and consumerism.
  • Conspicuous consumption of valuable goods is a means of reputability to the gentleman of leisure
  • Thorstein Veblen
  • The Puritan wanted to work in a calling-- we are forced to do so
  • Max Weber
  • Technology, like art, is a soaring exercise of the human imagination
  • Daniel Bell
  • The more sophisticated machines become, the less skill the worker has
  • Harry Braverman
  • Automation increases the worker's control over his work process
  • We live in a world where there is more and more information, and less and less meaning
  • Robert Blauner
  • The Romantic ethic promotes the spirit of consumerism
  • Colin Campbell
  • In processing people, the product is a state of mind
  • Arlie Russell Hochschild
  • Spontaneous consent combines with coercion
  • Michael Burawoy
  • Things make us just as much as we make things
  • Daniel Miller
  • Feminization has had only a modest impact on reducing gender inequalities
  • Jean Baudrillard
  • Teri Lynn Caraway
  • The role of institutions.
  • Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature
  • Karl Marx
  • The iron law of oligarchy
  • Robert Michels
  • Healthy people need no bureaucracy to mate, give birth, and die
  • Ivan Illich
  • Some commit crimes because they are responding to a social situation
  • Robert K. Merton
  • Modern identities are being decentered
  • Total institutions strip people of their support systems and their sense of self
  • Erving Goffman
  • Government is the right disposition of things
  • Michel Foucault
  • Religion has lost its plausibility and social significance
  • Bryan Wilson
  • Our identity and behavior are determined by how we are described and classified
  • Howard S. Becker
  • Economic crisis is immediately transformed into social crisis
  • Jürgen Habermas
  • Stuart Hall
  • Schooling has been at once something done to the poor and for the poor
  • Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis
  • Societies are subject, every now and then, to periods of moral panic
  • Stanley Cohen
  • The time of the tribes
  • Michel Maffesoli
  • How working-class kids get working-class jobs
  • Paul Willis
  • Families and intimacies.
  • Differences between the sexes are cultural creations
  • All communities are imagined
  • Margaret Mead
  • Families are factories that produce human personalities
  • Talcott Parsons
  • Western man has become a confessing animal
  • Michel Foucault
  • Heterosexuality must be recognized and studied as an institution
  • Adrienne Rich
  • Western family arrangements are diverse, fluid, and unresolved
  • Judith Stacey
  • The marriage contract is a work contract
  • Benedict Anderson
  • Christine Delphy
  • Housework is directly opposed to self-actualization
  • Ann Oakley
  • When love finally wins it has to face all kinds of defeat
  • Ulrich Beck and Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim
  • Sexuality is as much about beliefs and ideologies as about the physical body
  • Jeffrey Weeks
  • Queer theory questions the very grounds of identity
  • Steven Seidman
  • Glossary
  • Throughout the world, culture has been doggedly pushing itself center stage
  • Jeffrey Alexander
Control code
ocn891617497
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First American edition.
Extent
352 pages
Isbn
9781465436504
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (chiefly color)
Stock number
1390337
System control number
  • (OCoLC)891617497
  • a1143944
Label
The sociology book, contributors, Christopher Thorpe, consultant editor, Chris Yuill, consultant editor ; Mitchell Hobbs, Megan Todd, Sarah Tomley, Marcus Weeks
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Harriet Martineau
  • Mass culture reinforces political repression
  • Herbert Marcuse
  • The danger of the future is that men may become robots
  • Erich Fromm
  • Culture is ordinary
  • Raymond Williams
  • Stigma refers to an attribute that is deeply discrediting
  • Erving Goffman --
  • The fall of the bourgeoisie and the victory of the proletariat are equally inevitable
  • Karl Marx
  • Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft
  • Ferdinand Tönnies
  • Society, like the human body, has interrelated parts, needs, and functions
  • Émile Durkheim
  • The iron cage of rationality
  • Max Weber
  • Many personal troubles must be understood in terms of public issues
  • Foundations of sociology.
  • Charles Wright Mills
  • Pay to the most commonplace activities the attention accorded extraordinary events
  • Harold Garfinkel
  • Where there is power there is resistance
  • Michel Foucault
  • Gender is a kind of imitation for which there is no original
  • Judith Butler
  • Social inequalities. I broadly accuse the bourgeoisie of social murder
  • Friedrich Engels
  • The problem of the 20th century is the problem of the color line
  • A physical defeat has never marked the end of a nation
  • W.E.B. DuBois
  • The poor are excluded from the ordinary living patterns, customs, and activities of life
  • Peter Townsend
  • There ain't no black in the Union Jack
  • Paul Gilroy
  • A sense of one's place
  • Pierre Bourdieu
  • The Orient is the stage on which the whole East is confined
  • Edward Said
  • The ghetto is where the black people live
  • Ibn Khaldun
  • Elijah Anderson
  • The tools of freedom become the sources of indignity
  • Richard Sennett
  • Men's interest in patriarchy is condensed in hegemonic masculinity
  • R.W. Connell
  • White women have been complicit in this imperialist, white-supremacist capitalist patriarchy
  • Bell Hooks
  • The concept of "patriarch" is indispensable for an analysis of gender inequality
  • Sylvia Walby
  • Modern living.
  • Mankind have always wandered or settled, agreed or quarreled, in troops and companies
  • Strangers are not really conceived as individuals, but as strangers of a particular type
  • Georg Simmel
  • The freedom to remake our cities and ourselves
  • Henri Lefebvre
  • There must be eyes on the street
  • Jane Jacobs
  • Only communication can communicate
  • Niklas Luhmann
  • Society should articulate what is good
  • Amitai Etzioni
  • Adam Ferguson
  • McDonaldization affects virtually every aspect of society
  • George Ritzer
  • The bonds of our communities have withered
  • Robert D. Putnam
  • Disneyization replaces mundane blandness with spectacular experiences
  • Alan Bryman
  • Living in a loft is like living in a showcase
  • Sharon Zukin
  • Living in a global world.
  • Abandon all hope of totality, you who enter the world of fluid modernity
  • Science can be used to build a better world
  • Zygmunt Bauman
  • The modern world-system
  • Immanuel Wallerstein
  • Global issues, local perspective
  • Roland Robertson
  • Climate change is a back-of-the-mind issue
  • Anthony Gidens
  • No social justice without global cognitive justice
  • Boaventura de Sousa Santos
  • The unleashing of productive capacity by the power of the mind
  • Auguste Comte
  • Manuel Castells
  • We are living in a world that is beyond controllability
  • Ulrich Beck
  • It sometimes seems as if the whole world is on the move
  • John Urry
  • Nations can be imagined and constructed with relatively little historical straw
  • David McCrone
  • Global cities are strategic sites for new types of operations
  • Saskia Sassen
  • Different societies appropriate the materials of modernity differently
  • The Declaration of Independence bears no relation to half the human race
  • Arjun Appadurai
  • Processes of change have altered the relations between peoples and communities
  • David Held
  • Culture and identity.
  • The "I" and the "me"
  • G.H. Mead
  • The challenge of modernity is to live without illusions and without becoming disillusioned
  • Antonio Gramsci
  • The civilizing process is constantly moving "forward"
  • Norbert Elias
  • Work and consumerism.
  • Conspicuous consumption of valuable goods is a means of reputability to the gentleman of leisure
  • Thorstein Veblen
  • The Puritan wanted to work in a calling-- we are forced to do so
  • Max Weber
  • Technology, like art, is a soaring exercise of the human imagination
  • Daniel Bell
  • The more sophisticated machines become, the less skill the worker has
  • Harry Braverman
  • Automation increases the worker's control over his work process
  • We live in a world where there is more and more information, and less and less meaning
  • Robert Blauner
  • The Romantic ethic promotes the spirit of consumerism
  • Colin Campbell
  • In processing people, the product is a state of mind
  • Arlie Russell Hochschild
  • Spontaneous consent combines with coercion
  • Michael Burawoy
  • Things make us just as much as we make things
  • Daniel Miller
  • Feminization has had only a modest impact on reducing gender inequalities
  • Jean Baudrillard
  • Teri Lynn Caraway
  • The role of institutions.
  • Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature
  • Karl Marx
  • The iron law of oligarchy
  • Robert Michels
  • Healthy people need no bureaucracy to mate, give birth, and die
  • Ivan Illich
  • Some commit crimes because they are responding to a social situation
  • Robert K. Merton
  • Modern identities are being decentered
  • Total institutions strip people of their support systems and their sense of self
  • Erving Goffman
  • Government is the right disposition of things
  • Michel Foucault
  • Religion has lost its plausibility and social significance
  • Bryan Wilson
  • Our identity and behavior are determined by how we are described and classified
  • Howard S. Becker
  • Economic crisis is immediately transformed into social crisis
  • Jürgen Habermas
  • Stuart Hall
  • Schooling has been at once something done to the poor and for the poor
  • Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis
  • Societies are subject, every now and then, to periods of moral panic
  • Stanley Cohen
  • The time of the tribes
  • Michel Maffesoli
  • How working-class kids get working-class jobs
  • Paul Willis
  • Families and intimacies.
  • Differences between the sexes are cultural creations
  • All communities are imagined
  • Margaret Mead
  • Families are factories that produce human personalities
  • Talcott Parsons
  • Western man has become a confessing animal
  • Michel Foucault
  • Heterosexuality must be recognized and studied as an institution
  • Adrienne Rich
  • Western family arrangements are diverse, fluid, and unresolved
  • Judith Stacey
  • The marriage contract is a work contract
  • Benedict Anderson
  • Christine Delphy
  • Housework is directly opposed to self-actualization
  • Ann Oakley
  • When love finally wins it has to face all kinds of defeat
  • Ulrich Beck and Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim
  • Sexuality is as much about beliefs and ideologies as about the physical body
  • Jeffrey Weeks
  • Queer theory questions the very grounds of identity
  • Steven Seidman
  • Glossary
  • Throughout the world, culture has been doggedly pushing itself center stage
  • Jeffrey Alexander
Control code
ocn891617497
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First American edition.
Extent
352 pages
Isbn
9781465436504
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (chiefly color)
Stock number
1390337
System control number
  • (OCoLC)891617497
  • a1143944

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