Class: Critical Concepts, Volume 1

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John Scott
Taylor & Francis, 1996 - Social Science - 1348 pages

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Contents

Gender and Stratification
xxiii
The Parsonian Programme
xxxiii
Locality and Stratification
xli
Classical Contributions on Class and Status
xlii
Dissensus and the Stability
xlvii
Race and Class Revisited Conceptualising Race
xlix
Class Status Party Max Weber
14
A Conceptual Analysis of Stratification Kingsley Davis
53
Class Crystallization and Class Consciousness Werner
209
Relationships G K Ingham
259
A Rejoinder to Mr Ingham
271
A Popular Evaluation National
293
Occupation and Social Stratification Paul K Hatt
314
Social Grading of Occupations John Hall
330
Social Grading by Manual Workers Michael Young
358
National Comparisons of Occupational Prestige Alex
372

Sociological Theory Talcott Parsons
77
Interpretations of Social
115
WorldSystems Perspective Immanuel Wallerstein
138
Dimensions of Stratification
159
14
175
A Nonvertical Dimension of Social
184
Status Consistency and Preference for Change in Power
198
A Socioeconomic Index for all Occupations Otis Dudley
388
28
427
67
433
The Measurement of Occupational Status Robert W Hodge
448
115
457
138
467
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