International Sociology
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1999. Volume 14. Editor: Saďd Amir Arjomad
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International Sociology
Vol. 14, No. 1, 1999

Edited by José A. Prades and Riley E. Dunlap
Sociological  Perspectives On Global Environmental Change, Part Two
JOSÉ A. PRADES
Global Environmental Change and Contemporary Society: Classical Sociological Analysis Revisited
MARKKU WILENIUS
Sociology, Modernity and the Globalization of Environmental Change
SALVADOR GINER AND DAVID TÁBARA
Cosmic Piety and Ecological Rationality
Environmentalism: A Case Study
PATRICIA LUNDY
Fragmented Community Action or New Social Movements? A Study of Environmentalism in Jamaica
Portrait
VALERIO POCAR
Renato Treves

 

International Sociology
Vol. 14, No. 2, 1999

Indigenous Sociology
AKINSOLA AKIWOWO
Indigenous Sociologies: Extending the Scope of the Argument
PARK MYOUNG-KYU AND CHANG KYUNG-SUP
Sociology between Western Theory and Korean Reality: Accommodation, Tension and a Search for Alternatives
OLEG YANITSKY
The Environmental Movements in a Hostile Context: The Case of  Russia
MUHAMMAD M. HAJ-YAHIA
Attitudes towards Mentally Ill People and Willingness to Employ Them in Arab Society
ZEEV ROSENHEK
The Exclusionary Logic of the Welfare State: Palestinian Citizens in the Israeli Welfare State.

 

International Sociology
Vol. 14, No. 3, 1999

Democratic Culture: Ethnos and Demos in Global Perspective
Guest Editors: Mabel Berezin and Jeffrey C. Alexander
MABEL BEREZIN
Democracy and its Other in a Global Polity
JEAN L. COHEN
Changing Paradigms of Citizenship and the Exclusiveness of the Demos.
J. NICHOLAS ENTRIKIN
Political Community, Identity and Cosmopolitan Place
HERFRIED MÜNKLER
Nation as a Model of Political Order and the Growth of National Identity in Europe.
ROGER FRIEDLAND
When God Walks in History: The Institutional Politics of Religious Nationalism.
GIUSEPPE SCIORTINO
Just Before the Fall: The Northern League and the Cultural Construction of a Secessionist Claim.
ELAINE CHAN
Structural and Symbolic Centers: Center Displacement in the 1989 Chinese Student Movement.
RONALD N. JACOBS
Race, Media and Civil Society.

 

International Sociology
Vol. 14, No. 4, 1999

THOMAS LUCKMANN
Remarks on the Description and Interpretation of Dialogue
KATHARINA INHETVEEN
Can Gender Equality Be Institutionalized? The Role of Launching Values in Institutional Innovation
DONALD J. ADAMCHAK, SHUO CHEN AND JIANGTAO LI
Occupations, Work Units and Work Rewards in Urban China
NIKOS MARANTZIDIS AND GEORGE MAVROMMATIS
Political Clientelism and Social Exclusion: The Case of Gypsies in the Greek Town of Sofades
SYMPOSIUM ON WAR AND MODERNIZATION THEORY
HANS JOAS
The Modernity of War: Modernization Theory and the Problem of Violence
EDWARD A. TYRYAKIAN
War: The Covered Side of Modernity
IAN ROXBOROUGH
The Persistence of War as a Sociological Problem
HANS JOAS
For Fear of New Horrors: A Reply to Edward Tiryakian and Ian Roxborough

 


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