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Contents 1994, Vol. 4

 

I. Articles
  1. Jeffrey C. Alexander: The discourse of American civil society: A new proposal for cultural studies, S. 157.
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  2. Rudolf Andorka: Hungary - the next run-up to modernization, S. 501.
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  3. Rumen Dimitrov: Building a democratic public in Eastern Europe, S. 543.
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  4. Peter Franz/Ulfert Herlyn: We keep on suffering, but on a higher level. Panel findings from a small town in Thuringia, S. 233.
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  5. Anthony Giddens: "Brave New World": the New Context of Politics, S. 449.
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  6. Bernhard Giesen/Kay Junge: German Identity and Intellectual Discourse, S. 21.
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  7. Kurt Hübner: Roads to nowhere: economic theories and eastern European transformation, S. 345.
     
  8. Igor Ilyinsky: Young people in Russia, S. 513.
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  9. Jakob Juchler: The economic dynamics of development in the "post-socialist" transformation process - on the interplay of general structural and specific historical factors, S. 485.
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  10. Wolfgang Kaschuba: Culturalism: On the Disappearance of the Social in Social Discourse, S. 179.
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  11. Raj Kollmorgen: Hunting for transformation theories. Considering the concept and theorezation of post-socialist transformation, S. 381.
     
  12. Reinhard Kreckel: Social Integration and National Identity, S. 13.
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  13. Werner Kudera: How History Enters into Daily Life, S. 55.
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  14. M. Rainer Lepsius: The Federal Republic - a new Nation-State?, S. 7.
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  15. Rolf Lindner: Cultural Transfer. On the Relationship of Common, Popular and Academic Culture, S. 193.
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  16. Burkart Lutz: Insititutions and interests - preliminary theses and considerations in the process of systemic transformation, S. 365.
     
  17. Karl Ulrich Mayer: Sociological perspectives on unification: The social order of East Germany and its consequences, S. 307.
     
  18. Wolfgang Merkel: Restrictions and opportunities of democratic consolidation in post-communist societies. A comparison of countries in east-central Europe, S. 463.
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  19. Hans-Peter Müller: Culture and Society. On the Way to a new Cultural Sociology?, S. 135.
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  20. Bernhard Nauck: (Reproductive) Work is done by Others, or: What do Groups of Traditional Forms of Living Contribute to the Emergence of Modern Life-Styles?, S. 203.
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  21. Peter Noller/Werner Georg: The occupational environment as an area for post-traditional forms of social integration. The new class of service provides in Frankfurt am Main, S. 217.
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  22. Rolf Reißig: Transformation -- theoretical and conceptional approaches and attempts of explanation, S. 323.
     
  23. Heinz Sahner: Yesterday an Instrument of Legitimation, Today Ersatz Politics? Empirical Social Research and the Political System, S. 77.
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  24. Steffen Sigmund/Richard Utz: Religion and Nationalism in Ireland, S. 33.
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  25. Heike Solga: "Loyalty to the system" as a condition of social mobility in state socialism, using East Germany as an example, S. 523.
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  26. Wolfgang Schluchter: The Reconstruction and Redesign of Universities in Eastern Germany. A Diary from the University of Leipzig, S. 89.
     
  27. Wolfgang Zapf: Transformation in the former GDR and the sociological theory of modernization, S. 295.
     

II. Reviews
  1. Klaus von Beyme: Systemwechsel in Osteuropa (Frank Ettrich: In Search of a New Paradigm. New theoretical literature about the change of system in Eastern Europe), S. 557.
     
  2. Hartmut Esser: Alltagshandeln und Verstehen. Zum Verhältnis von erklärender und verstehender Soziologie am Beispiel von Alfred Schütz und "Rational Choice" (Michael Schmid: Decision-making, acting and institutions. Recent sociological studies on the theory of activity), S. 565.
     
  3. Stefan Hradil (ed.): Zwischen Bewußtsein und Sein. Die Vermittlung "objektiver" Lebensbedingungen und "subjektiver" Lebensweisen (Peter A. Berger: Social Inequity and Sociocultural Strata. The New Social Research between Consciousness and Being. Review), S. 249.
     
  4. Hans Joas: Die Kreativität des Handelns (Michael Schmid: Decision-making, acting and institutions. Recent sociological studies on the theory of activity), S. 565.
     
  5. Jakob Juchler: Osteuropa im Umbruch. Politische, wirtschaftliche und gesellschaftliche Entwicklungen 1989 -- 1993. Gesamtüberblick und Fallstudien (Frank Ettrich: In Search of a New Paradigm. New theoretical literature about the change of system in Eastern Europe), S. 557.
     
  6. Reinhard Kreckel: Politische Soziologie der sozialen Ungleichheit (Peter A. Berger: Social Inequity and Sociocultural Strata. The New Social Research between Consciousness and Being. Review), S. 249.
     
  7. Thomas Luckmann: Theorie des sozialen Handelns. Berlin/New York (Michael Schmid: Decision-making, acting and institutions. Recent sociological studies on the theory of activity), S. 565.
     
  8. Wolfgang Merkel (ed.): Systemwechsel 1. Theorien, Ansätze und Konzeptionen (Frank Ettrich: In Search of a New Paradigm. New theoretical literature about the change of system in Eastern Europe), S. 557.
     
  9. Hans-Peter Müller: Sozialstruktur und Lebensstile. Der neuere theoretische Diskurs über soziale Ungleichheit (Peter A. Berger: Social Inequity and Sociocultural Strata. The New Social Research between Consciousness and Being. Review), S. 249.
     
  10. Sighard Neckel: Die Macht der Unterscheidung. Beutezüge durch den modernen Alltag (Peter A. Berger: Social Inequity and Sociocultural Strata. The New Social Research between Consciousness and Being. Review), S. 249.
     
  11. Hildegart Maria Nickel, Jürgen Kühl und Sabine Schenk (eds.): Erwerbsarbeit und Beschäftigung im Umbruch (Gainful Employment and Occupations in Upheaval) (Doris Beer), S. 429.
     
  12. Claus Offe: Der Tunnel am Ende des Lichtes. Erkundungen der politischen Transformation im Neuen Osten (Frank Ettrich: In Search of a New Paradigm. New theoretical literature about the change of system in Eastern Europe), S. 557.
     
  13. Gerhard Schulze: Die Erlebnisgesellschaft. Kultursoziologie der Gegenwart (Peter A. Berger: Social Inequity and Sociocultural Strata. The New Social Research between Consciousness and Being. Review), S. 249.
     
  14. Thomas Schwinn: Jenseits von Subjektivismus und Objektivismus. Max Weber, Alfred Schütz und Talcott Parsons. Berlin (Michael Schmid: Decision-making, acting and institutions. Recent sociological studies on the theory of activity), S. 565.
     
  15. Michael Vester/Peter von Oertzen/Heiko Geiling/Thomas Hermann/Dagmar Müller: Soziale Milieus im gesellschaftlichen Strukturwandel. Zwischen Integration und Ausgrenzung (Peter A. Berger: Social Inequity and Sociocultural Strata. The New Social Research between Consciousness and Being. Review), S. 249.
     
  16. Hans-Rolf Vetter (ed.): Muster moderner Lebensführung. Ansätze und Perspektiven (Peter A. Berger: Social Inequity and Sociocultural Strata. The New Social Research between Consciousness and Being. Review), S. 249.
     
  17. Gerd-Günter Voß: Lebensführung als Arbeit. Über die Autonomie der Person im Alltag der Gesellschaft (Peter A. Berger: Social Inequity and Sociocultural Strata. The New Social Research between Consciousness and Being. Review), S. 249.
III. Communications and Reports
  • ALLBUS 1994 available
     
  • Announcing a graduate university course of lectures concerning "conflict and consensus in the transformation process of central and eastern European societies" at Jena University, in association with the University of Halle-Wittenberg and the Erfurt/Mühlhausen College of Education (Hans-Böckler-Foundation), S. 120.
     
  • Select bibliography on theoretical transformation research (1989 -- April 1994) (Raj Kollmorgen in collaboration with Holger Harnack and Wolfgang Kühnemuth), S. 400.
     
  • Report from the conference of the Sektion "Soziale Ungleichheit und Sozialstrukturanalyse" der DGS am 30.9./1.10.1994 in Berlin (Martin Diewald), S. 575.
     
  • Berlin und seine intellektkuelle Kultur. Inaugural Colloquium to the Georg Simmel Visiting Professorship at Berlin's Humboldt University (Steffen Sigmund), S. 265.
     
  • UnitedGermany, 1993 - Divided by Inequity, Property and Income (Re)distribution and Mental Chasms? (Albrecht Kretzschmar), S. 275.
     
  • Editorial (Frank Ettrich), S. 3.
     
  • Editorial (Artur Meier), S. 447.
     
  • Editorial (Hans-Peter Müller), S. 131.
     
  • In memory of Friedrich H. Tenbruck (Johannes Weiß), S. 437.
     
  • Laudatio upon the occasion of Lewis A. Coser receiving an honorary doctorate from Humboldt University on December 7, 1993 (M. Rainer Lepsius), S. 115.
     
  • Foundation of the René König Society (Michael Klein), S. 119.
     
  • Transformation of the eastern German and eastern European Economy. An International Conference Sponsored by WISOC (Chemnitz) and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (Antonina Bieszcz-Kaiser und Ralph Lungwitz), S. 271.
     
  • Thoughts on Paul K. Feyerabend (1924 - 1994) (Michael Schmid), S. 279.
     
  • Introduction (Johannes Weiß), S. 293.
     
  • Between institutional transference and cultural stubbornness: Theoretical approaches to transformation research as a topic for discussion. Report from a conference of the KSPW on 7/8 May 1993 (Raj Kollmorgen), S. 431.