International Sociology
Published Issues
1989. Volume 4. Editor: Martin Albrow
view title issue list
International Sociology
Vol. 4, No. 1, 1989
FUTING LIAO
Positive Alienation and its Reflection in Taoist Thought
ZSUZSA HEGEDUS
Social Movements and Social Change in Self-Creative Society: New Civil Initiatives in the International Arena
UTA MEIER
Equality without Limits? Women's Work in the Socialist Society of the German Democratic Republic
GINA ZABLUDOVSKY
The Reception and Utility of Max Weber's Concept of Patrimonialism in Latin America
P.R. BOREHAM, S.R. CLEGG, J.M. EMMISON, G.N. MARKS and J.S. WESTERN
Semi-Periphereis or Particular Pathways: The Case of Australia, New Zealand and Canada as Class Formations
ISHAQ Y. AL-QUTUB
The Case of Refugee Camp Cities in the Middle East: A Challenge for Urban Development Policies
International Sociology
Vol. 4, No. 2, 1989

ERLING BERGE
On the Study of Households: Some Methodological Considerations on the Use of Household Data
JÜRGEN GERHARDS and HELMUT K. ANHEIER
The Literary Field: An Empirical Investigation of Bourdieu's Sociology of Art
ERWIN K. SCHEUCH
Theoretical Implications of Comparative Survey Research: Why the Wheel of Cross-Cultural Methodology Keeps on Being Reinvented
JACEK SZMATKA
Holism, Individualism, Reductionism
KRZYSZTOF ZAGORSKI
Industrial Setting of Socio-Economic Achievement and Class Mobility
Critical Comment
JOHN MATTAUSCH
The Peace Movement - Some Answers Concerning its Social Nature and Structure

International Sociology
Vol. 4, No. 3, 1989
ANDREAS BUSS
The Economic Ethics of Russian-Orthodox Christianity:Part I
ABRAM DE SWAAN
Jealousy as a Class Phenomenon: The Petite Bourgeoisie and Social Security
ORLANDO ALBORNOZ
Education and Development Revisited: A Sociological Perspective
HANNA AYALON, ELIEZER BEN-RAFAEL AND STEPHEN SHAROT
Ethnicity, Class and Friendship: The Case of Israel
VIC SATZEWICH
Racisms: The Reactionsto Chinese Migrants in Canada at the Turn of the Century
BRUCE ARMSTRONG
Racialisation and Nationalist Ideology: The Japanese Case
International Sociology
Vol. 4, No. 4, 1989
Papers from Chinese Sociology
Introduction by DAI KEJING
Ll LULU
Theoretical Theses on `Social Modernisation'
YE KELIN, ZOU NONGJIAN and YE NANKE
The Establishment of Market Town Sociology with Chinese Characteristics
THE INVESTIGATION GROUP OF NANKAI UNIVERSITY
Report on Nationwide Demand for Sociology Graduates during the Period of the Seventh Five-Year Plan
Other Articles
NEIL J. SMELSER
External Influences on Sociology
PETER TAYLOR-GOOBY
Welfare, Hierarchy and the 'New Right': The Impact of Social Policy Changes in Britain, 1979-1989
ANDREAS BUSS
The Economic Ethics of Russian-Orthodox Christianity: Part II - Russian Old Believers and Sects

International Sociological Association
isa@sis.ucm.es