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Modernity An Introduction to Modern Societies

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ISBN-10: 155786716X

ISBN-13: 9781557867162

Edition: 1996

Authors: Stuart Hall, David Held, Don Hubert, Kenneth Thompson

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Understanding Modern Societies is a new sociology textbook which provides a comprehensive and stimulating introduction to the history, sociology and ideas of modern society. It has been written for students and readers who have no prior knowledge of sociology, and is designed to be used in a variety of social science courses in universities and colleges, The book is divided into three parts, corresponding to the formation, consolidation and prospects of modernity. From the start, four major social processes are identified: the social, the cultural, the political, and the economic. These form the basis of the four chapters in Part 1, and organize the narrative or 'story-line' of the rest of…    
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Book details

List price: $84.95
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/23/1996
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 690
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 2.860
Language: English

Formations of Modernity:Introduction
the Enlightenment and the Birth of Social Science
the Development of the Modern State
the Emergence of the Economy
Changing Social Structures: Class and Gender
the Cultural Formations of Modern Society
the West and the Rest: Discourse and Power
Structures and Process of Modernity:Introduction
the State in Advanced Capitalist Societies
Fordism and Modern Industry
Divisions of Labour
Women and the Domestic Sphere
the Body and Sexuality
Religion, Values and Ideology
Modernity and its Futures:Introduction
the 1989 Revolutions and the Triumph of Liberalism
A Global Society? Anthony McGrew
Environmental Challenges
Post-Industrialism/Post-Fordism
Social Pluralism and Post-Modernity
the Question of Cultural Identity
the Enlightenment Project Revisited