Class Analysis and Social Transformation

«<i><b>“This is a thorough, carefully argued and well written attempt to review and reformulate class analysis in a way which provides both a valuable contribution to contemporary intellectual debates on class as well as a comprehensive and accessible overview of the field for undergraduate and post graduate students.”</b></i><b> – The British Journal of Sociology</b>»

Offers an account of debates on class which shows the ways in which contemporary societies are still class divided, as well as some areas in which class divisions are breaking down. This book shows that although people tend not to be openly class aware, there are numerous ways in which issues of class continue to surface. Les mer
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Offers an account of debates on class which shows the ways in which contemporary societies are still class divided, as well as some areas in which class divisions are breaking down. This book shows that although people tend not to be openly class aware, there are numerous ways in which issues of class continue to surface.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Series editor's foreword
Preface and acknowledgements
The travails of class theory
The limits to class consciousness
Economic inequality and social class
Social mobility and the 'Nuffield paradigm'
Individualization and cultural distinction
The organizational restructuring of class relations
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index.

Om forfatteren

Mike Savage is Professor and Head of the Department of Sociology at the University of Manchester. He has published widely in the fields of urban sociology, historical sociology and has particular interests in gender and class. His recent publications include Gender, Careers and Organisations with Susan Halford and Anne Witz (1997), and Social Change and the Middle Classes edited with Tim Butler (1995).