Sociology after Postmodernism - 
      David Owen

Sociology after Postmodernism

David Owen (Redaktør)

«`For those of us who take the thesis of postmodernity seriously yet retain the empirical and theoretical apparatus of sociology, this book will be a very welcome addition to our libraries′ - <b><i>Contemporary Sociology</i></b>»

A guide to transformations in sociological thinking that provides a systematic assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of postmodernism for sociology. Postmodernism is presented as a stimulus for sociologists to reconsider some of their central tenets and practices. Les mer
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A guide to transformations in sociological thinking that provides a systematic assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of postmodernism for sociology. Postmodernism is presented as a stimulus for sociologists to reconsider some of their central tenets and practices.
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Forlag: SAGE Publications Ltd
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 240
ISBN: 9780803975149
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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VURDERING
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INTRODUCTION
The Postmodern Challenge to Sociology - David Owen
CLASS
Inequality after Class - Malcolm Waters
GENDER
Feminism, Postmodernism and the Sociology of Gender - Samantha Ashenden
RACE AND ETHNICITY
Racism and Postmodernism: Towards a Theory of Practice - Paul Connolly
CRIMINOLOGY AND DEVIANCE
Late-Modern Criminology - Nigel South
`Late' as in `Dead' or `Modern' as in `New'
LAW
Law, Politics and the Social Sciences - Alan Hunt
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
The Sociology of Science and Technology after Relativism - Ralph Schroeder
CULTURE AND MEDIA
Social Theory and Cultural Studies - Douglas Kellner
SEXUALITY
Sex after `Sexuality' - Arlene Stein
From Sexology to Post-Structuralism
AFFECTIVITY
Somatology - Sean Watson and Peter Jowers
Sociology and the Visceral
MEDICINE AND THE BODY
Body Amnesia - Comments on Corporeality - Thomas Osborne
HISTORY AND POLITICS
Sociology after Society - Mitchell Dean
David Owen is lecturer in politics at the University of Southampton. His previous publications include Maturity and Modernity (1994) and Nietzsche, Politics and Modernity (1995).


CONTRIBUTORS OUTSIDE WESTERN HEMISPHERE





Samanta Ashenden Birkbeck College University of London


Paul Connolly University of Ulster


Mitchell Dean Macquarrie University


Peter Jowers University of the West of England


Thomas Osborne University of Bristol


Ralph Schroeder Royal Holloway College University of London


Nigel South University of Essex


Sean Watson University of the West of England


Malcolm Waters University of Tasmania