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The Wiley-Blackwell companion to political sociology / edited by Edwin Amenta, Kate Nash and Alan Scott.

Publication:
Chichester, West Sussex, England : Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. , ©2012
Series:
Wiley-Blackwell companions to sociology.
Wiley Blackwell Companions to Sociology
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (739 p.)
Subjects:
Political sociology.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
""Wiley-Blackwell Companions to Sociology""; ""Title Page""; ""Copyright""; ""Notes on Contributors""; ""Introduction""; ""PART I: APPROACHES TO POWER AND POLITICS""; ""Chapter 1: Marxist Approaches to Power""; ""Power as a Social Relation""; ""General Remarks on Class Domination""; ""Economic Class Domination""; ""Political Class Domination""; ""Ideological Class Domination""; ""The Articulation of Economic, Political, and Ideological Domination""; ""Spatio-Temporal Moments of Domination""; ""Conclusions""; ""Further Reading""; ""Chapter 2: Weber and Political Sociology""
""Weber's Political Sociology""""Weberian Political Sociology after Weber""; ""Further Reading""; ""Chapter 3: Durkheim and Durkheimian Political Sociology""; ""Changing Views of Durkheimian Sociology""; ""Cultural Sociology and Politics""; ""Further Reading""; ""Chapter 4: Foucaultian Analysis of Power, Government, Politics""; ""Government""; ""Politics and Government""; ""Government and Partisan Politics""; ""Government in the International Arena""; ""Liberal Authoritarianism""; ""Moving on""; ""Further Reading""; ""Chapter 5: Historical Institutionalism""
""Institutional Arguments and Historical Institutionalism""""Path Dependency and Historicism""; ""History as a Methodological Approach""; ""The Future of Historical Institutionalism""; ""Acknowledgement""; ""Further Reading""; ""Chapter 6: Sociological Institutionalism and World Society""; ""Introduction""; ""Myths and Misperceptions""; ""New Directions in World Society Theory""; ""Concluding Thoughts""; ""Acknowledgement""; ""Further Reading""; ""Chapter 7: Studying Power""; ""Images and Decisions""; ""Structures of Power""; ""Conclusion""; ""Further Reading""
""Chapter 8: Comparative Political Analysis: Six Case-Oriented Strategies""""Context""; ""Connecting Conditions and Outcomes: The Limitations of Correlation""; ""Connecting Conditions and Outcomes: The Case-oriented Template""; ""Six Strategies of Case-oriented Comparative Analysis""; ""Conclusion""; ""Further Reading""; ""PART II: STATES AND GOVERNANCE""; ""Chapter 9: Theories of State Formation""; ""Why Deal with These Matters?""; ""The Managerial Perspective""; ""The Military Perspective""; ""The Economic Perspective""; ""Conclusion""; ""Further Reading""; ""Chapter 10: State""
""State Origins and Contemporary Relevance""""Beyond Europe: Diverse State Activity and Varieties of State Research""; ""Weber's Endurance""; ""Conclusion""; ""Further Reading""; ""Chapter 11: Political Legitimacy""; ""Further Reading""; ""Chapter 12: Political Corruption""; ""What Is Corruption?""; ""Approaches to Corruption""; ""Corruption in Complex Exchanges""; ""Institutions of Bribery: Governance Mechanisms""; ""Conclusion: Systemic Corruption""; ""Further Reading""; ""Chapter 13: Parties and Interest Intermediation""; ""Programmatic or Non-Programmatic Parties""
""The Nature of Programmatic Divisions""
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographicalo references at the end of each chapters and index.
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Amenta, Edwin, 1957- editor.
Nash, Kate, 1958- editor.
Scott, Alan, 1956- editor.
ISBN:
1-4443-5509-0
1-78268-703-3
1-4443-5506-6
1-280-59896-4
1-118-38474-1
9786613628794
1-4443-5507-4
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