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Table of Contents
|About the Editor||p. vii|
|Classical Sociological Theory||p. 1|
|Celebratory Capitalism and the Commodification of Information||p. 5|
|The Weberian Theory of Rationalization and the McDonaldization of Contemporary Society||p. 29|
|Surfing the Net for Community: A Durkheimian Analysis of Electronic Gatherings||p. 51|
|Alcohol-Related Windows on Simmel's Social World||p. 95|
|Contemporary Theories and Their Connections to the Classics||p. 125|
|Cultural Sociology and the Meaning of Music||p. 133|
|Why Do African-Americans Pay More for New Cars? A Structural Explanation||p. 153|
|Critical Theory, Legitimation Crisis, and the Deindustrialization of Flint, Michigan||p. 197|
|Race-Based Critical Theory and the "Happy Talk" of Diversity in America||p. 229|
|The Socially Constructed Body: Insights From Feminist Theory||p. 249|
|Organizing Door-to-Door Sales: A Symbolic Interactionist Analysis||p. 275|
|Goffman's Dramaturgical Sociology: Personal Sales and Service in a Commodified World||p. 297|
|Contrasts of Carnival: Mardi Gras Between the Modern and the Postmodern||p. 319|
|Negotiating the Social Landscape to Create Social Change||p. 345|
|Globalization Theory and Religious Fundamentalism||p. 369|
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