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Macro Socio-economics: From Theory to Activism : From Theory to Activism - David Sciulli

Macro Socio-economics: From Theory to Activism

From Theory to Activism

Paperback Published: 31st October 1995
ISBN: 9781563246517
Number Of Pages: 380
For Ages: 18 years old

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Contributors to this volume respond to the "normative capsule" framing economic behavior that Amitai Etzioni has explored. The text also looks at his works on organisations, public policy, socio-economics and communitarianism.

Tables and Figures
Acknowledgments
Introduction: By Etzioni: Theory, Research, and Policyp. 3
Frameworks and Findings: Assessing Etzioni's Contributions to Sociologyp. 13
Economic Action, Social Action, and the Genesis of Values: An Essay on Amitai Etzioni's Contribution to Social Theoryp. 35
A Theoretical Framework on the Interaction of Politics and News Media: A Dialogue with Etzioni's The Active Societyp. 51
Community and the Moral Dimension: The Hidden Agenda of Etzioni and Parsonsp. 77
Contesting the Fiducial Line: Legal Theory and the Duty to Be Loyalp. 99
Sociology, Economics, and Normative Action: Notes Toward a Theory of Middle Heightp. 113
Another Look at Etzioni's Conceptsp. 135
Family Values: A Communitarian Positionp. 165
Community Building in Industrial Relations: Creating Conditions for Workplace Participationp. 184
Decoding the Language of Etzioni's Moral Dimension in Complex Organizationsp. 195
The Moral Dimension of Feminist Theories: Implications for Pay Equityp. 219
Middle-Class Avoidance, Indifference, and Discrete Nihilismp. 243
The Human Rights Challenge to Communitarianism: Formal Organizations and Race and Ethnicityp. 273
Indexp. 299
Contributorsp. 313
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ISBN: 9781563246517
ISBN-10: 1563246511
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 18 years old
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 380
Published: 31st October 1995
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.73 x 15.32  x 2.49
Weight (kg): 0.49