Class: Critical Concepts, Volume 1

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John Scott
Taylor & Francis, 1996 - 1348 pages
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Contents

Locality and Stratification
xlii
Gender and Stratification
xlvii
A Critique of Coxs Theory
xlviii
The Communist Manifesto Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
3
Status Groups and Classes Max Weber
28
Estates and Classes Ferdinand Tönnies
34
A Conceptual Analysis of Stratification Kingsley Davis
53
Social Class in American Society Milton M Gordon
67
Landecker
209
Individual Attributes and Social
256
The Functionalist Programme
259
W G Runciman
271
A Popular Evaluation National
293
Occupation and Social Stratification Paul K Hatt
314
Social Grading of Occupations John Hall
330
Some Notes on the Functional Theory of Stratification
340

Social Classes and Class Conflict in the Light of Recent
77
Symbols of Class Status Erving Goffman
88
The Sociology of Stratification C Wright Mills
100
Status Status Types and Status Interrelations Emile
159
The Parsonian Programme
170
Status Gerhard E Lenski
184
Distribution Irwin W Goffman
198
Social Grading by Manual Workers Michael Young
358
National Comparisons of Occupational Prestige Alex
372
A Socioeconomic Index for all Occupations Otis Dudley
388
A Multidimensional
427
The Measurement of Occupational Status Robert W Hodge
448
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