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Sociology in Europe : In Search of Identity :  In Search of Identity - Brigitta Nedelmann

Sociology in Europe : In Search of Identity

In Search of Identity

By: Brigitta Nedelmann (Editor), Piotr Sztompka (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1993
ISBN: 9783110138450
Number Of Pages: 244
For Ages: 22+ years old

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The "European Revolution" of 1989 has not only brought about dramatic and far-reaching changes in the social structure of East and West European countries, but also in the social sciences. This volume is an attempt to evaluate how sociology has been affected by this dramatic event and how it has developed in the post-revolutionary period in some selected European countries.
Ten eminent representatives of sociology from Austria, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Great Britain, Poland, and Scandinavia were presented with a set of questions which served as a common guideline for their contributions. Their answers can be summarized in the observation of the "interrelated diversity" of sociology in Europe today. The high heterogeneity and fragmentation, typical of contemporary sociological thought in Europe, are interrelated by a high degree of institutionalization and integration of sociology in the European university system.
In addition, two prominent scholars from non-European countries, Japan and the US, present their views on sociology in Europe from outside. They declare the end of the period of one-sided flows of reception in sociology and foresee a strengthening of a two-way exchange between European and non-European social scientists in the twenty-first century.

Acknowledgements
Introductionp. 1
European Sociology: The Identity Lost?p. 27
The Contribution of German Social Theory to European Sociologyp. 45
Towards a European Sociologyp. 67
The Changing British Role in European Sociologyp. 81
A Marginal Discipline in the Making: Austrian Sociology in a European Contextp. 99
Scandinavian Sociology and its European Roots and Elementsp. 119
Social Change and Research on Social Structure in Hungaryp. 141
Between Universal and Native: The Case of Polish Sociologyp. 165
European Sociology and the Modernisation of Japanp. 191
Europe and America in Search of Sociology: Reflections on a Partnershipp. 213
Notes on Contributorsp. 225
Index of Namesp. 229
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ISBN: 9783110138450
ISBN-10: 311013845X
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 244
Published: 1993
Publisher: De Gruyter
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.56

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