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Contents 1993, Vol. 3

 

I. Articles
  1. Jürgen Dorbritz: Social change and the consequences for family life, S. 355.
     
  2. Elvir Ebert: Development in income patterns, income differentiation and the way in which income is used in the transformation process, S. 319.
     
  3. Werner Gephart: Georg Simmel's image of modernity, S. 183.
     
  4. Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey: 1968 in France. The great parallel action, S. 539.
    Abstract
     
  5. Peter Reinhart Gleichmann: Intellectuals and the scientific-technological intellegentsia, S. 89.
     
  6. Alois Hahn: Identity and nation in Europe, S. 193.
     
  7. Jost Halfmann: Modern Sicial Movements in the Federal Republic of Germany: Scope and Impacts, S. 205.
     
  8. Brigitte Hamm, Dieter Holtmann, Harold Kerbo und Hermann Strasser: Social inequality and social integration: A comparison between the USA, Japan and Germany, S. 215.
     
  9. Hasko Hüning und Hildegard Maria Nickel: Radical change in the tertiary industry. Theses on the analysis of the transformation process, S. 257.
     
  10. Thomas Koch, Michael Thomas und Rudolf Woderich: Actor genesis and the logic of behavior - the example of the "new-self-employed" in east Germany, S. 275.
     
  11. Dorothea Krüger: To be single: Convergence of the sexes or continuation of their differences? Results of a qualitative study on career and educational biographies of singles, S. 75.
    Abstract
     
  12. Wolfgang Kühnel: Youth in the former East Germany: the changed circumstances of young people, violence and political radicalism, S. 385.
     
  13. Elmar Lange: Problems of regulation during the transition from a planned economy to a social market economy in the new German Länder, S. 43.
    Abstract
     
  14. Klaus Lichtblau: Simmel, Weber and cognitive sociology, 141.
     
  15. Stefan Liebig: Assessment of justice and legitimation in the unification process: The significance of living close to the border in what used to be the German Democratic Republic, S. 57.
    Abstract
     
  16. Gerhard Lippold: Life styles and aspirations for the future of different social groups in the light of time-budget analysis, S. 343.
     
  17. Georg Lohmann: The adaption of individual lives to the inner infinity of cities. Simmel and forms of individualization, S. 153.
     
  18. Hans-Peter Müller: Social differentiation and individuality. Gerorge Simmels's diagnosis of society and his time, S. 127.
     
  19. Hans-Peter Müller: Social differentiation and social reforms. The political substance of Emile Durkheim's De la division du travail social, S. 507.
    Abstract
     
  20. Irene Müller-Hartmann: The social situation, social risks and the overcoming of these risks in the eastern part of Germany, S. 303.
     
  21. Rainer Münz und Ralf Ulrich: Migration in east Germany: The latest studies, S. 293.
     
  22. Talcott Parsons: Durkheim's Contribution to the Theory of Integration of Social Systems, S. 447.
    Abstract
     
  23. Sabine Schenk und Uta Schlegel: Women in the former East Germany - back to a new modern era?, S. 369.
     
  24. Michael Schmid: Emile Durkheim's "De la division du travail social" (1893) and ist reception by German sociologists, S.487.
    Abstract
     
  25. Michael Schmid: Social norms and the social system. A criticism of Jon Elster's theory of social norms, S. 19.
    Abstract
     
  26. Astrid Segert und Irene Zierke: Together in protest - divided in aims. A look at political change from a specific social perspective in the town of Brandenburg, S. 409.
     
  27. Steffen Sigmund: Georg Simmel in Berlin, S. 161.
     
  28. Arndt Sorge: Work, organization and industrial relations in Eastern Germany, S.549.
    Abstract
     
  29. Edward A. Tiryakian: The New Worlds and Sociology. An Overview, S. 521.
    Abstract
     
  30. Gerhard Wagner: The division of labour by sex, S. 469.
    Abstract
     
  31. Helmut Wiesenthal: Competence of actors in an organizational dilemma. Fundamental problems encountered by ambitious members' associations and two ways of overcoming them, S. 3.
    Abstract
     

II. Reviews
  1. Richard Bellamy: Liberalism and Modern Society. A Historical Argument (Frank Ettrich in:Solidarity - liberalism - The fin de siècle spirit), S. 569.
     
  2. Rogers Brubaker: Citizenship and Nationhood in France and Germany (Frank Ettrich in: Formal and genuine civil rights), S. 227.
     
  3. Micha Brumlick, Hauke Brunkhorst (eds.): Gemeinschaft und Gerechtigkeit (Steffen Sigmund in: A just society between freedom for the individual and institutional commitment. Latest publications on the communitarianism debate. Review Essay), S. 580.
     
  4. Mark S. Cladis: A Communitarian Defense of Liberalism. Emile Durkheim and Contemporary Social Theory (Frank Ettrich: Solidarity - liberalism - The fin de siècle spirit), S. 569.
     
  5. Ralf Dahrendorf: Der moderne soziale Konflikt: Essay zur Politik der Freiheit (Frank Ettrich: Formal and genuine civil rights), S. 227.
     
  6. Axel Honneth (ed.): Kommunitarismus. Eine Debatte über die moralischen Grundlagen moderner Gesellschaften (Steffen Sigmund in: A just society between freedom for the individual and institutional commitment. Latest publications on the communitarianism debate. Review Essay), S. 580.
     
  7. David Lockwood: Solidarity and Schism. "The Problem of Disorder" in Durkheimian and Marxist Sociology (Frank Ettrich: Solidarity - liberalism - The fin de siècle spirit), S. 569.
     
  8. Peter Marcuse und Fred Staufenbiel (ed.): Wohnen und Stadtpolitik im Umbruch (Bernd Hamm), S. 109.
     
  9. Thomas H. Marshall: Bürgerrechte und soziale Klassen: Zur Soziologie des Wohlfahrtsstaates (Frank Ettrich: Formal and genuine civil rights), S. 227.
     
  10. Stjepan G. Mestrovic: The Coming Fin de Siecle. An Application of Durkheim's Sociology to Modernity and Postmodernism (Frank Ettrich: Solidarity - liberalism - The fin de siècle spirit), S. 569.
     
  11. Helmut Willke: Ironie des Staates. Grundlinien einer Staatstheorie polyzentristischer Gesellschaft (Mirko Wischke), S. 111.
     
  12. Christel Zahlmann (ed.): Kommunitarismus in der Diskussion. Eine streitbare Einführung (Steffen Sigmund in: A just society between freedom for the individual and institutional commitment. Latest publications on the communitarianism debate. Review Essay), S. 580.
     

III. Communications and Reports
  • Privatization and participation. An international specialist meeting of WISOC (Chemnitz) and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (Lothar Fritze), S. 103.
     
  • Obituary of Tom Bottomore (Artur Meier), S. 107.
     
  • Editorial (Hans Bertram), S. 255.
     
  • Editorial (Hans-Peter Müller), S. 123.
     
  • Editorial (Hans-Peter Müller), S. 443.
     
  • Obituary to Manfred Lötsch (Michael Thomas), S. 237.
     
  • On the death of Leo Löwenthal (Hans Norbert Fügen), S. 239.
     
  • Obituary to Herbert F. Wolf (Kurt Mühler und Horst Berger), S. 431.