Classical views 2. Contemporary theories of class and class conflict 3. Classes, elites, and the state 4. Technology, conflict, and the labour market. Isbn Technology, conflict, and the labour market Dimensions 25 cm Extent x, pages Isbn Isbn Type pbk.
Classes, Power, and Conflict: Classical and Contemporary Debates
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Classes, Power and Conflict : Classical and Contemporary Debates
Hodge: Logic of Social Hierarchies. What do we want to ask about stratification, inequality, classes, and the like? What are the goals of this field? Classes and inequality over time. How are we to conceive the problems of studying classes and inequality as historical entities? Wrong, "Social Inequality without Stratification. The class analysis of Karl Marx. The starting point for everything written about class, even if by omission. See Marx Discussion Questions for orienting questions that will guide us in our class discussion.
Marx, The Marx-Engels Reader. Bendix and S. Selections [Marxist ideas distilled through a critical and empirical sociological analysis]. The class analysis of Max Weber. See Weber Discussion Questions for orienting questions that will guide us in our class discussion.
Political domination and alliances based on inequality. Rule through alliances based on status or between classes. Conflict over authority or goods?
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Chs [a minor classic that tries to abstract and generalize from Marx the role of conflict in group formation]. Bottomore, Elites and Society. Djilas, The New Class. How do the ways we think, see, and interact become organized by status and social location and, in turn, organize us into distinctive identities? Smith, "Beliefs About Stratification", Ann. Willis, Learning to Labor.
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