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Contents 1995, Vol. 5

 

I. Articles
  1. Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim: Examples of mobility and barriers to mobility for women. Labor market prospects in the new Europe, S. 163.
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  2. Peter A. Berger: Presence and absence. Spacial relationships of social action, S. 99.
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  3. Hans Bertram: Restructuring of Living Conditions, Restructuring of the Sciences, S. 435.
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  4. Lisa Böckmann-Schewe/Christine Kulke/Anne Röhrig: "Finding the golden mean between family and career was always the deciding factor." Continuity and change in the lives of women in Eastern Germany, S. 207.
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  5. Rüdiger vom Bruch: Max Webers critique of the "System Althoff" with regard to its significance in the politics of science, S. 313.
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  6. Frank Ettrich: The reception of Max Weber in the GDR - A retrospective view, S. 379.
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  7. Marianne Friese: Modernization gaps in the course of history. The development of gainful employment of women in a changed Europe, S. 149.
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  8. Jost Halfmann: Technical Innovations in Risk Society, S. 231.
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  9. Richard Hauser: The Income Distribution in the "New Länder" is becoming more unequal!, S. 463.
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  10. Hartmut Häußermann: The city and the sociology of cities. Urban lifestyles and the integration of the foreign, S. 89.
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  11. Zdzislaw Krasnodebski: Max Weber and Eastern Europe, S. 367.
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  12. Reinhard Kreckel: Macrosociological Considerations on the Struggle for Normal and Part-Time Work and the Effect on Relations between the Sexes, S. 489.
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  13. Hartmut Lehmann: Max Webers interpretation of Luther, S. 349.
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  14. M. Rainer Lepsius: Max Weber and the programm of institutional politics, S. 327.
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  15. Renate Mayntz: Sectoral Differences in the Transformation of the GDR's Science System, S. 443.
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  16. Wolfgang J. Mommsen: Max Weber and the formation of the Democratic Republic of Weimar, S. 301.
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  17. Richard Münch: Elements in a theory of the integration of modern societies. An inventory, S. 5.
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  18. Wilfried Nippel: Max Weber and the occidental city, S. 359.
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  19. Ilona Ostner: Played out? A short history of the European Community's policy on women, S. 173.
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  20. Guenther Roth: Max Weber in Erfurt, father and son, S. 287.
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  21. Marilyn Rueschemeyer: Women in politics in Eastern Europe: The ongoing transformation, S. 223.
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  22. Sabine Schenk: The Gender Contract in East Germany - Restructuring or new structures?
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  23. Wolfgang Schluchter: Ethic and capitalism. Two theses of Max Webers, S. 335.
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  24. Michael Schmid: Social norms and social order II. Outline of a theory of the evolution of social norms, S. 41.
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  25. Rudi Schmidt: The Significance of Social Relationships for the Modernization of East German Production, S. 455.
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  26. Susanne Schunter-Kleemann: "Balancing the budget on the backs of female farmers." Aspects of the lives of rural women in four European countries, S. 191.
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  27. Thomas Schwinn: Functional differentiation - what's the point? An updated inventory, S. 25.
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  28. Stephen Turner: Charisma and Obedience. A Risk Cognition Approach, S. 67.
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  29. Helmut Wiesenthal: The Crisis of Holistic Reform Policies and the Project of Intentional System Transformation (in Post-Socialist Countries), S. 515.
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  30. Hellmut Wollmann: The regulation of local institutions in East Germany between "exogenous path dependency" and endogenous determinants, S. 497.
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II. Reviews
  1. Brigitte Aulenbacher/Monika Goldmann (eds.): Transformationen im Geschlechterverhältnis. Beiträge zur industriellen und gesellschaftlichen Entwicklung (Iris Peinl: Research into women's reality today), S. 243.
     
  2. Susanne Diemer: Patriarchalismus in der DDR. Strukturelle, kulturelle und subjektive Dimensionen der Geschlechterpolarisierung (Iris Peinl: Research into women's reality today). S. 243.
     
  3. Jon Elster: Local Justice. How Institutions Allocate Scarce Goods and Necessary Burdens (Bernd Wegener: On the road to interdisciplinary thinking in social justice research? Comments on Scherer, Elster, Rawls and Walzer), S. 251.
     
  4. Werner Gephart: Gesellschaftstheorie und Recht -- Das Recht im soziologischen Diskurs der Moderne. (Erhard Blankenburg: Law: life world, systemic world or autopoiesis? - Three attempts to arrive at a comprehensive sociology of law), S. 265.
     
  5. Kenneth J. Gergen: The Saturated Self. Dilemmas of Identity in Contemporary Life (Harald Wenzel: Is there a post-modern self? New theories and diagnoses of identity in advanced societies), S. 113.
     
  6. Anthony Giddens: Modernity and Self-Identity. Self and Society in the Late Modern Age (Harald Wenzel: Is there a post-modern self? New theories and diagnoses of identity in advanced societies), S. 113.
     
  7. James M. Glass: Shattered Selves. Multiple Personality in a Postmodern World (Harald Wenzel: Is there a post-modern self? New theories and diagnoses of identity in advanced societies), S. 113.
     
  8. Jürgen Habermas: Faktizität und Geltung -- Beiträge zur Diskurstheorie des Rechts und des demokratischen Rechtsstaats. (Erhard Blankenburg: Law: life world, systemic world or autopoiesis? - Three attempts to arrive at a comprehensive sociology of law), S. 265.
     
  9. Jerald Hage/Charles H. Powers: Post-Industrial Lives. Roles and Relationships in the 21st Century (Harald Wenzel: Is there a post-modern self? New theories and diagnoses of identity in advanced societies), S. 113.
     
  10. John P. Hewitt: Dilemmas of the American Self (Harald Wenzel: Is there a post-modern self? New theories and diagnoses of identity in advanced societies), S. 113.
     
  11. Paul Leinberger/Bruce Tucker: The New Individualists. The Generation After the Organization Man (Harald Wenzel: Is there a post-modern self? New theories and diagnoses of identity in advanced societies), S. 113.
     
  12. Robert Jay Lifton: The Protean Self. Human Resilience in an Age of Fragmentation (Harald Wenzel: Is there a post-modern self? New theories and diagnoses of identity in advanced societies), S. 113.
     
  13. Niklas Luhmann: Das Recht der Gesellschaft (Erhard Blankenburg: Law: life world, systemic world or autopoiesis? - Three attempts to arrive at a comprehensive sociology of law), S. 265.
     
  14. Karin Lüsebrink: Büro via Fabrik. Entstehung und Allokationsbedingungen weiblicher Büroarbeit 1850 bis 1933. (Iris Peinl: Research into women's reality today), S. 243.
     
  15. Michelle Perrot (ed.): Von der Revolution zum Großen Krieg. Geschichte des privaten Lebens. Bd. 4 (Hans Bertram: Privatism: Privatism and the public in historical perspective), S. 405.
     
  16. Claudia Pinl: Vom kleinen zum großen Unterschied. "Geschlechterdifferenz" und konservative Wende im Feminismus. (Iris Peinl: Research into women's reality today), S. 243.
     
  17. Antoine Prost/Gérard Vincent (eds.): Vom Ersten Weltkrieg zur Gegenwart. Geschichte des privaten Lebens. Bd. 5 (Hans Bertram: Privatism and the public in historical perspective), S. 405.
     
  18. John Rawls: Die Idee des politischen Liberalismus. Aufsätze von 1978--1989. Herausgegeben von Wilfried Hirsch (Bernd Wegener: On the road to interdisciplinary thinking in social justice research? Comments on Scherer, Elster, Rawls and Walzer), S. 251.
     
  19. Klaus Scherer (ed.): Justice. Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Bernd Wegener: On the road to interdisciplinary thinking in social justice research? Comments on Scherer, Elster, Rawls and Walzer), S. 251.
     
  20. John Shotter/Kenneth J. Gergen (ed.): Texts of Identity (Harald Wenzel: Is there a post-modern self? New theories and diagnoses of identity in advanced societies), S. 113.
     
  21. Hubert Sydow/Uta Schlegel/Andreas Helmke (ed.): Chancen und Risiken im Lebenslauf -- Beiträge zum gesellschaftlichen Wandel in Ostdeutschland (Viola Schubert-Lehnhardt: The Individual in the East German Transformation Process), S. 533.
     
  22. Michael Walzer: Sphären der Gerechtigkeit. Ein Plädoyer für Pluralität und Gleichheit (Bernd Wegener: On the road to interdisciplinary thinking in social justice research? Comments on Scherer, Elster, Rawls and Walzer), S. 251.
     
III. Communications and Reports
  • Career Development during the East German Transformation Process (Judith Kunz/Uta Schlegel ), S. 535.
     
  • Culture and Identity: City, Nation, World. 2nd Theory, Culture & Society conference, S. 135.
     
  • Editorial (Frank Ettrich/Klaus Lichtblau/Johannes Weiß), S. 283.
     
  • Editorial (Hans-Peter Müller), S. 3.
     
  • Editorial (Hildegard Maria Nickel), S. 147.
     
  • Max-Weber-Workshop in London, May 1 and 2, 1995 (Guenther Roth), S. 415.
     
  • Obituary to James Coleman (Neil. J. Smelser), S. 417.
     
  • Obituary to Karl R. Popper (Bernhard Giesen), S. 133.
     
  • Obituary to Horst Reimann (Hans-Peter Müller), S. 134.