Class: Key Concept in Sociology
Routledge, 20 feb. 2008 - 160 páginas
This succinct introductory text argues that class remains a key concept in sociology. The author examines the classic contributions of Marx and Weber and the recent works of Wright and Goldthorpe. The book provides students with an accessible review of class structures, social mobility, inequality, politics and the potential classlessnes of Britain and America.
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Abercrombie and Urry absolute mobility American exceptionalism approach to class argued assets basic basis Blau and Duncan bourgeoisie Britain bureaucratic capitalism capitalist class Chapter claimed class analysis class conflict class consciousness class map class relations class situation class structure class voting classlessness concept of class contradictory class contradictory locations decline deskilled distinction economic inequality Edgell and Duke empirical employees Erikson and Goldthorpe exploitation Featherman Goldthorpe’s gradational Heath income labour power Lipset and Bendix male mobility managerial manual Marx and Engels Marx and Weber Marxian Marxist middle class mobility rates modern neo-Marxist neo-Weberian non-manual operationalized ownership parties political production proletarianization propertyless reference relative mobility revolutionary sector service class social class social mobility social stratification sociology Sombart’s Sorokin theory of class traditional analytic class underclass unit of analysis upward mobility Vanneman and Cannon wealth Weberian white-collar white-collar workers women workers Wright