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Contents 1992, Vol. 2

 

I. Articles
  1. Günter Albrecht: Accompanying paper to Gunhild Korfes: Sociological study of the causes of social vulnerability among youngsters of apprentice age, S. 375.
     
  2. Gabrielle Balazs und Jean-Pierre Faguer: Company without paternalism? How meritocratic companies treat family life, S. 161.
    Abstract
     
  3. Barbara R. Bergmann: The Economic Situation of Women in the United States in 1990, S. 67.
     
  4. Friedrich Buttler: Remarks on Rudhard Stolberg's Sociology of Labour and Ursula Schippling's supportive and simultaneously critical paper, S. 347.
     
  5. Nancy DiTomaso und George F. Farris: Work and Career Issues for Women Scientists in Industrial Research and Development in the United States, S. 91.
     
  6. Irene Dölling: You literally live from one day to the next because nothing is sure any more, S. 103.
     
  7. Jürgen Dorbritz: The situation of demography in the former GDR and the problems of forecasting demographic processes, S. 431.
     
  8. Thomas Edeling: Organizational bases in the industrial sociology of the GDR, S. 323.
     
  9. Frank Ettrich: sociology in the GDR - An auxiliary science caught between ideological discredit and partial professionalization, S. 447
     
  10. Gerlinde Förster: I don't want to deny my past, S. 113.
     
  11. Jürgen Friedrichs: Sociology in the GDR - Discipline or Self-discipline?, S. 259.
     
  12. Jürgen Friedrichs: Accompanying paper to Siegfried Grundmann: Social structure and lifestyle in towns and villages, S. 417.
     
  13. Manfred Gehrmann: "Here everybody lives more for himself..." - On the social integration of migrants from East- to West-Germany into the old FRG and West-Berlin, S. 173.
    Abstract
     
  14. Nancy Gertner: Fighting Discrimination Through the Law, S. 7.
     
  15. Wolfgang Glatzer: Accompanying paper to Jürgen Dobritz: The situation of demography in the former GDR and the problems of forecasting demographic processes, S. 445.
     
  16. Siegfried Grundmann: Social structure and lifestyle in towns and villages - a research report from 1989, S. 399.
     
  17. Erika M. Hoerning: Scholarship as a career; scholarship as a service? Scholars' career in the former GDR. Accompanying paper to Klaus Meier: Scholars at the time of the anticommunist revolution, S. 313.
     
  18. Sibylle Hübner-Funk: Quo vadis, European youth? Visions of ist "Euroean identity", S. 215.
    Abstract
     
  19. Daniel Jansen: Sociology in the GDR as a Phenomenon of Generation: First Moves towards and Impediments against an Immanent Reform, S. 479.
     
  20. Dieter Jaufmann, Ernst Kistler, Klaus Meier und Karl-Heinz Strech: Attitude, market and opinion research in the united Germany, S. 229.
     
  21. Mary Fainsod Katzenstein: The Institutionalization of American Feminism: Struggling from Within, S. 29.
     
  22. Diane McKinney Kellogg: Women in Managerial Positions: Slow Progress into the Executive Ranks, S. 79.
     
  23. Gunhild Korfes: Sociological study of the causes of sicial vulnerability among youngsters of apprentice age, S. 367.
     
  24. Kurt Krambach: Cooperative farmers, villages and maintenance of rural way of life, S. 421.
     
  25. Klaus Meier: Scholars at the time of the anticommunist revolution, S. 299.
     
  26. Hansgünter Meyer: Sociological research in the GDR, S. 263.
     
  27. Otfried Mickler: Accompanying paper to Thomas Edeling: Organizational bases in the industrial sociology of the GDR, S. 333.
     
  28. Hildegard Maria Nickel: Working women in the east of Germany - background and outlook, S. 39.
     
  29. Hildegard Maria Nickel: Sex education and socialization after the overthrow of communism. Modernization boosts or interrupted progress?, S. 381.
     
  30. Heinz-Herbert Noll: Report: Social indicator research and social reporting in the GDR, S. 319.
     
  31. Claus Offe: Coming to Terms with Past Injustices: An Introduction to Legal Strategies Available in Post-Communist Societies, S. 145.
    Abstract
     
  32. Rainer Paris: Half-belief - a concept from the sociology of knowledge based on paradoxical social experience, S. 153.
    Abstract
     
  33. Ursula Schippling: Research on labour sociology in Halle - Tradition and outlook (The work of the Sociology Institute at Martin Luther university Halle-Wittenberg), S. 337.
     
  34. Kurt Starke: Youth research: The example of young peoples' partnership relations, S. 349.
     
  35. Brigitte Stieler: The Economic Status of Women in the GDR, S. 59.
     
  36. Anna Titkow: On Women in Poland, S. 49.
     
  37. Giesela Trommsdorff: Research on sex-specific socialization in the GDR, S. 389.
     
  38. Jan Wielgohs und Marianne Schulz: From illegal opposition into legal marinality. On the structural development of the East German citizens' movement, S. 119.
     
  39. Gunnar Winkler: Potential and limitations of sociopolitical analysis. The origin of the Social Report, S. 287.
     
  40. Friedhelm Wolski-Prenger: Unemployment Organizations in Germany - Origin, network, perspectives, S. 195.
    Abstract
     
II. Reviews
  1. Judith Butler: Das Unbehagen der Geschlechter (Dagmar Reese), S. 131.
     
  2. Jörg Flecker und Gerd Schienstock (Hrsg.): Flexibilisierung, Deregulierung und Globalisierung. Interne und externe Restrukturierung betrieblicher Organisation (Thomas Edeling), S. 235.
     
  3. Claudia Gather, Ute Gerhard, Katrin Prinz und Mechthild Veil (Hrsg.): Frauen-Alterssicherung. Lebensläufe von Frauen und ihre Benachteiligung im Alter (Heiko Lehmann), S. 129.
     
  4. Jürgen Habermas: Erläuterungen zur Diskursethik (Gerhard Preyer), S. 241.
     
  5. Niklas Luhmann: Die Wissenschaft der Gesellschaft (Frank Welz), S. 238.
     

III. Communications and Reports
  • Marilyn Rueschemeyer: Introduction: The work of the IREX subcommission on women in work, politics, and the family in the former GDR and the United States, S. 3.
     
  • Editorial (Hans-Peter Müller), S. 257.
     
  • Dieter Jauffmann, Ernst Kistler, Klaus Meier und Karl-Heinz Strech: Attitude, market and opinion research in the united Germany, S. 229.
     
  • Simone Kreher: A service business between repeated fragmentation and integration. Research notice on a study of banking, S. 501.