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A Promised Land
Power Struggles and the Development of Habitus in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries1319Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
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The last major work by one of our century's most influential social theorists, The Germans is a penetrating account of German social development, from the seventeenth century to the present. Enhanced by his deep understanding of other Western European nations, Norbert Elias's incisive analyses of nationalism, violence, and the breakdown of civilization will be an indispensable resource for those interested in modern European history and sociology and in European studies.
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"This insightful work... has much to say about Germany. But it also has much to point out about other nations, especially the emerging democracies of central and eastern Europe, which have a lot to learn about nation-building." -- "Christian Science Monitor"
Norbert Elias was Professor Emeritus at the University of Frankfurt until his death in 1990. He taught for many years at the University of Leicester in England and is the author of a number of books, including The Civilizing Process and What is Sociology?
Preface by Eric Dunning and Stephen MennellCivilization and InformationAcknowledgementsA Digression on NationalismIntroductionCivilization and Violence: On the State Monopoly of Physical Violence and its TransgressionChanges in European Standards of Behaviour in the Twentieth CenturyDuelling and Membership of the Imperial Ruling Class: Demanding and Giving Satisfaction'History of Culture' and 'Political History'From Humanist to Nationalist Middle Class ElitesThe Duality of Nation-States' Normative CodesOne the Ethos of the Wilhelmine BourgeoisieThe Pro-War Literature of the Weimar RepublicThe Decay of the State Monopoly of Violence in the Weimar RepublicLucifer upon the Ruins of the WorldTerrorism in the Federal Republic of Germany-Expression of a Social Conflict between GenerationsThe Breakdown of CivilizationThoughts of the Federal RepublicEditorial Postscript by Michael SchroterNotesIndex