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An Introduction to Modern Societies
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"This is a wonderful book. Some books are challenging ; others are clear. This one is both -- a rare find!" Charles Lemert, Wesleyan University "It's so readable, intelligent, multicultural, and in touch with new thinking, that it could find a nice place in American sociology." Steven Seidman, SUNY, Albany
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Stuart Hall is Professor of Sociology, David Held is Professor of Politics and Sociology, and Kenneth Thompson is Professor of Sociology a the Open University. All have written and published widely on aspects of modernity and the development of modern societies. <p> Don Hubert is Post-Graduate Researcher at the University of Cambridge.
Part 1 Formations of modernity: introduction, S. Hall; the Enlightenment and the birth of social science, P. Hamilton; the development of the modern state, D. Held; the emergence of the economy, V. Brown; changing social structures - class and gender, H. Bradley; the cultural formations of modernity, R. Bocock; the West and the rest - discourse and power, S. Hall. Part 2 Structures and processes of modernity: Introduction, D. Hubert and Kenneth Thompson; the state in advanced industrial societies, A. McGrew; Fordism and modern industry, J. Allen; divisions of labour, P. Braham; women and the domestic sphere, H. Crowley; the body and sexuality, J. Weeks; religion, values and ideology, K. Thompson. Part 3 Modernity and its futures: introduction, S. Hall et al; the 1989 revolutions and the triumph of liberalism, D. Held; a global society, A. McGrew; environmental challenges, S. Yearley; post-industrialism/post-Fordism, J. Allen; social pluralism and post-modernity, K. Thompson; the question of cultural identity, S. Hall; the Enlightenment project revisited, G. McLennan.