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Joseph Gerteis is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
James Moody is Associate Professor of Sociology at Duke University, North Carolina.
Steven Pfaff is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Washington.
Indermohan Virk is Visiting Lecturer in Sociology at Indiana University, Bloomington.
Table of Contents
|Micro-Sociological Analysis Introduction to Part I|
|The Phenomenology of the Social World|
|The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life|
|Interaction Ritual Chains|
|Exchange and Rationality Introduction to Part II|
|Social Behavior as Exchange|
|Exchange and Power in social life|
|The Logic of Collective Action|
|Theory of Group Solidarity|
|Cooperation without Trust|
|Institutions & Networks Introduction to Part III|
|The Iron Cage Revisited|
|Power and Inequality Introduction to Part IV|
|The Power Elite|
|Coercion, Capital and European States|
|Power: A Radical View|
|State, Society, and Modern History|
|The Sociological Theory of Foucault Introduction to Part V|
|The History of Sexuality|
|Truth and Power|
|Discipline and Punish|
|The Sociological Theory of Pierre Bourdieu Introduction to Part VI|
|Social Space and Symbolic Space|
|Structures, Habitus, Practices|
|The Field of Cultural Production, or: The Economic World Reversed|
|Rethinking the State: Genesis and Structure of the Bureaucratic Field|
|Race, Gender, Difference Introduction to Part VII|
|The Conceptual Practices of Power|
|Black Feminist Thought|
|Black Skin, White Masks|
|The Paradoxes of Integration|
|Sociological Theory of Jurgen Habermas Introduction to Part VIII|
|Modernity: An Unfinished Project|
|The Rationalization of the Life-World|
|Civil Society and the Political Public Sphere|
|Learning from Catastrophe|
|Modernity Introduction to Part IX|
|Social Constraint towards Self-Constraint|
|Modernity and the Holocaust|
|Consequences of Modernity|
|We Have Never Been Modern|
|Crisis and Change Introduction to Part X|
|Systemic and Antisystemic Crises|
|The Rise of the Network Society|
|Reconfiguring Territory, Authority, and Rights|
|The Modern World System in Crisis|
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