International Sociology
Published Issues
1988. Volume 3. Editor: Martin Albrow
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International Sociology
Vol. 3, No. 1, 1988
RAYMOND BOUDON
Common Sense and the Human Sciences
MARIAROSA DALLA COSTA
Domestic Labour and the Feminist Movement in Italy since the 1970s
MARK ELCHARDUS
The Rediscovery of Chronos: The New Role of Time in Sociological Theory
M. AKIN. MAKINDE
Asuwada Principle: An Analysis of Akiwowo's Contributions to the Sociology of Knowledge from an African Perspective
ARTUR MEIER
The Peace Movement: Some Questions Concerning its Social Nature and Structure
GILLES PRONOVOST
The Social Meanings of Leisure
International Sociology
Vol. 3, No. 2, 1988

JEAN M. KELLERHALS, JOSETTE COENEN-HUTHER and MARIANNE MODAK
Justice Norms and Group Dynamics: The Case of the Family
ANGELIKA VOLST and INA WAGNER
Inequality in the Automated Office: The Impact of Computers on the Division of Labour
Universalism and Indigenisation
AKINSOLA AKIWOWO
Universalism and Indigenisation in Sociological Theory: Introduction
PETER PARK
Toward an Emancipatory Sociology: Abandoning Universalism for True Indigenisation
FREDERICK H. GAREAU
Another Type of Third World Dependency: The Social Sciences
JAN J. LOUBSER
The Need for the Indigenisation of the Social Sciences
A. MUYIWA SANDA
In Defence of Indigenisation in Sociological Theories

International Sociology
Vol. 3, No. 3, 1988
PIOTR SZTOMPKA
Conceptuai Frameworks in Comparative Inquiry: Divergent or Convergent?
MAHMOUD DHAOUADI
An Operation Analysis of the Phenomenon of the Other Underdevelopment in the Arab World and in the Third World
NIGAR FATIMA ABIDI
Women's Participation in the Medical Profession: The Indian Case
JAN NEDERVEEN PIETERSE
A Critique of World System Theory
GANGOLF PETERS
Organisation as Social Relationship, Formalisation and Standardisation: A Weberian Approach to Concept Formation
UWE ENGEL
Status Inconsistency and Criss-Cross in an Adolescent Society
JAN TROST
Conceptualising the Family
Report
T.K. OOMMEN
The Nature of Sociological Research and Practice Worldwide: A Perspective from India
International Sociology
Vol. 3, No. 4, 1988
Reports: The Position of Sociology in Socialist Countries
GENNADY V. OSIPOV
Sociology and the New Social Thinking
JAROSLAV KOHOUT
Sociology and the Qualifications of Managerial Staff in Czechoslovakia
Articles
MONA ABAZA and GEORG STAUTH
Occidental Reason, Orientalism, Islamic Fundamentalism: A Critique
DIMITRIS KYRTATAS
Prophets and Priests in Early Christianity: Production and Transmission of Religious Knowledge from Jesus to John Chrysostom
JANINA MARKIEWICZ-LAGNEAU
Florian Znaniecki: Polish Sociologist or American Philosopher?
DIPANKAR GUPTA
For a Sociology/Anthropology of Illness: Towards a Delineation of its Disciplinary Specificities
TAMAR RAPOPORT and EDNA LOMSKY-FEDER
Pattems of Transition to Adulthood: A Comparative Study of Israeli Society
Comment
PEMPELANI MUFUNE
Where Modernisation and Dependency Meet: A Comment on Weede's `Why Poor People Stay Poor'

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