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Contents 1996, Vol. 6

 

I. Articles
  1. Dirk Baecker: Culture's Objection, S. 5.
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  2. Klaus von Beyme: The Short Special Path Taken in the Ex-GDR to Avoid a New Special Path for All of Germany: The Transformation of East Germany Compared With Other Post-Communist Systems, S. 305.
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  3. Stefan Breuer: From Tönnies to Weber.The Question of a "German Line" in Sociology, S. 227.
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  4. Rainer Geißler: Social Structure Analysis in the GDR - Results and Problems. A critical stock-taking of the driving-forces debate and the social mobility research, S. 517.
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  5. Jürgen Gerhards: Religion and the Spirit of Capitalism: A Comparison of Attitudes to Work and Economic Order in the USA and Spain, S. 541.
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  6. Robert Hettlage:Multicultural Society Between Contact, Concurrence and Accomodation, S. 163.
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  7. Stefan Hradil: The Transformation of Transformation Research, S. 299.
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  8. Stephen Kalberg: West German and American Interaction Forms: One Level of Structured Misunderstanding, S. 33.
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  9. Lucian Kern: Selten and the Seperatists, S. 191.
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  10. Raj Kollmorgen: Non-university Sociology and Unity, S. 391.
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  11. Michèle Lamont: The Nature of Virtue: Symbolic Boundaries in the French and American Upper-Middle Class, S. 15.
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  12. Helga A. Milz: On the Sociology of Women's Awareness in the Two Germanies - Paradigm Shift in Women's Research in East and West, S. 339.
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  13. Klaus Müller:Contingencies of Transformation, S. 445.
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  14. Stefan Müller-Doohm: Sociology's Search for Answers Following Ausschwitz: T.W. Adorno's Work in Empirical Social Research in Post-war Germany, S. 247.
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  15. Hildegard Maria Nickel: Feminist Critique of Society or Selfreferential Debate? A (East German) Interpolation on Women's and Gender Studies, S. 325.
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  16. Peter Noller/Klaus Ronneberger:Globalization and Urban Professionals. The New Cosmopolitan Service Class, S. 211.
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  17. Gerhard Preyer: Two Problems of Construct connected with the "Communicative Action Theory", S. 551.
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  18. Walter Reese-Schäfer: Diagnosis of Our Time Viewed as a Scientific Task, S. 377.
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  19. John Rex:Multi-Culturalism in Europe and North America, S. 149.
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  20. Franz Schultheis mit Barbara Bitting, Sabine Bührer, Patrick Kändler, Kristina Mau, Markus Nensel, Andreas Pfeuffer, Elke Scheib, Winfried Voggel: A Cross-cultural Comparison of Representations of Social Space. On the Criticism of Sociology's Powers of Judgement, S. 43.
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  21. Michael Schwab-Trapp: Narration and political discourse. Reflections on the transformation of political culture in reunified Germany, S. 91.
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  22. Yasemin Nuhoglu Soysal: Changing Citizenship in Europe: Remarks on Postnational Membership and the National State, S. 181.
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  23. Willfried Spohn: On the Programm and the Development of the New Historical Sociology, S. 363.
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  24. Anton Sterbling: Social Structure in South-Eastern Europe Societies and the Boundaries of class-theoretical categories, S. 489.
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  25. Richard Stöss/Oskar Niedermayer: The Berlin Land Election of 22nd October, 1995: Everything as It Was, Yet Many Things Different, S. 407.

     
  26. Mate Szabo: Political Protest in the Post-Communist Hungary between 1989 and 1994, S. 501.
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  27. Gisela Trommsdorff: Transformation Research as a Challenge for Psychology, S. 317.
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  28. Ludgera Vogt: Honoring in Changing Systems. On Honor and Its social Functions under conditions of radical political change, S. 69.
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  29. Paul Windolf: The Transformation of East German Enterprises, S. 467.
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II. Reviews
  1. Jeffrey C. Alexander (1993): Soziale Differenzierung und kultureller Wandel. Essays zur neofunktionalistischen Gesellschaftstheorie, mit einer Einleitung von Harald Wenzel (Hans-Peter Müller: Culture's Academic Capital. Recent Studies in Cultural Sociology), S. 113.
     
  2. Rainer Bauböck (Hrsg.) (1994): From Aliens to Citizens. Redefining the Status of Immigrants in Europe (Jürgen Mackert: Citizenship and Immigration: Heterogenization of the Nation-State and New Forms of Belonging. Ecent Articles on the Discussion of Citizenship), S. 261.
     
  3. Ulrich Beck/Anthony Giddens/Scott Lash (1994): Reflexive Modernization. Politics, Tradition and Aesthetics in the Modern Social Order (Peter Wagner: All Rather Quiet on the Western Front. Sociological Theories of Social Change and the Modern Age), S. 419.
     
  4. Bennett Berger (1995): An Essay on Culture. Symbolic Structure and Social Structure (Hans-Peter Müller: Culture's Academic Capital. Recent Studies in Cultural Sociology), S. 113.
     
  5. Pierre Bourdieu (1992): Les règles de l'art. Genèse et structure du champ littéraire (Hans-Peter Müller: Culture's Academic Capital. Recent Studies in Cultural Sociology), S. 113.
     
  6. Pierre Bourdieu (1993): The Field of Cultural Production. Essays on Art and Literature. Ed. and introduced by Randal Johnson (Hans-Peter Müller: Culture's Academic Capital. Recent Studies in Cultural Sociology), S. 113.
     
  7. Stephen Crook/Jan Pakulski/Malcolm Waters (1992): Postmodernization. Change in Advanced Society (Peter Wagner: All Rather Quiet on the Western Front. Sociological Theories of Social Change and the Modern Age), S. 419.
     
  8. Edmond Goblot (1994): Klasse und Differenz. Soziologische Studie zur modernen französischen Bourgeoisie. Üb. und eingel. von Franz Schultheis (Hans-Peter Müller: Culture's Academic Capital. Recent Studies in Cultural Sociology), S. 113.
     
  9. Hans Haferkamp/Neil J. Smelser (Hg.) (1992): Social Change and Modernity (Peter Wagner: All Rather Quiet on the Western Front. Sociological Theories of Social Change and the Modern Age), S. 419.
     
  10. Joseph Jurt (1995): Das literarische Feld. Das Konzept Pierre Bourdieus in Theorie und Praxis (Hans-Peter Müller: Culture's Academic Capital. Recent Studies in Cultural Sociology), S. 113.
     
  11. Will Kymlicka (1995): Multicultural Citizenship. A Liberal Theory of Minority Rights (Jürgen Mackert: Citizenship and Immigration: Heterogenization of the Nation-State and New Forms of Belonging. Ecent Articles on the Discussion of Citizenship), S. 261.
     
  12. Michèle Lamont (1992): Money, Morals and Manners. The Culture of the French and the American Upper-Middle Class (Hans-Peter Müller: Culture's Academic Capital. Recent Studies in Cultural Sociology), S. 113.
     
  13. Michèle Lamont/Marcel Fournier (Hrsg.) (1992): Cultivating Differences. Symbolic Boundaries and the Making of Inequality (Hans-Peter Müller: Culture's Academic Capital. Recent Studies in Cultural Sociology), S. 113.
     
  14. Robert K. Merton: Soziologische Theorie und soziale Struktur (Reviews and Commentaries Günther Lüschen, Michael Schmid, Uwe Schimank: What about the "Centrality of the Classics"? The German edition of Robert K. Merton's "Social Theory and Social Structure"), S. 565.
     
  15. Hans-Peter Müller/Michael Schmid (Hg.) (1995): Sozialer Wandel. Modellbildung und theoretische Ansätze (Peter Wagner: All Rather Quiet on the Western Front. Sociological Theories of Social Change and the Modern Age), S. 419.
     
  16. Richard Münch/Neil J. Smelser (Hrsg.) (1992): Theory of Culture (Hans-Peter Müller: Culture's Academic Capital. Recent Studies in Cultural Sociology), S. 113.
     
  17. Bernhard Peters (1993): Die Integration moderner Gesellschaften. (Richard Münch: The Order Debate: Three New Contributions), S. 127.
     
  18. Yasemin Nuhoglu Soysal (1994): Limits of Citizenship. Migrants and Postnational Membership in Europe (Jürgen Mackert: Citizenship and Immigration: Heterogenization of the Nation-State and New Forms of Belonging. Ecent Articles on the Discussion of Citizenship), S. 261.
     
  19. Alain Touraine (1992): Critique de la modernité (Peter Wagner: All Rather Quiet on the Western Front. Sociological Theories of Social Change and the Modern Age), S. 419.
     
  20. Bryan S. Turner/Peter Hamilton (Hrsg.) (1994): Citizenship. Critical Concepts (Jürgen Mackert: Citizenship and Immigration: Heterogenization of the Nation-State and New Forms of Belonging. Ecent Articles on the Discussion of Citizenship), S. 261.
     
  21. Hans van der Loo/Willem van Reijen (1992): Modernisierung. Projekt und Paradox (aus dem Niederländischen von Marga E. Baumer) (orig. 1990) (Peter Wagner: All Rather Quiet on the Western Front. Sociological Theories of Social Change and the Modern Age), S. 419.
     
  22. Gerhard Wagner (1993): Gesellschaftstheorie als politische Theologie? Zur Kritik und Überwindung der Theorien normativer Integration (Richard Münch: The Order Debate: Three New Contributions), S. 127.
     
  23. Dennis H. Wrong (1994): The Problem of Order. What Unites and Divides Society (Richard Münch: The Order Debate: Three New Contributions), S. 127.
     
  24. Wolfgang Zapf (1994): Modernisierung, Wohlfahrtsentwicklung und Transformation. Soziologische Aufsätze 1987-1994 (Peter Wagner: All Rather Quiet on the Western Front. Sociological Theories of Social Change and the Modern Age), S. 419.

III. Communications and Reports

  • ALLBUS 1996 available, S. 577.
     
  • Non-university Sociological Research in the "New Länder" (Uta Schlegel), S. 428.
     
  • Call for Papers, S. 579.
     
  • Editorial (Hans-Peter Müller), S. 3.
     
  • Editorial (Hans-Peter Müller), S. 147.
     
  • Editorial (Hans Bertram), S. 295.
     
  • Editorial (Frank Ettrich), S. 443.
     
  • Report on the Conference "Environmentally Responsible Action: Motivations and Barriers" (29 Feb. - 1 Mar. 1996 in Potsdam, Germany (Fritz Reusswig), S. 278.
     
  • Differenz und Integration. Die Zukunft moderner Gesellschaften. 28. Kongreß der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Dresden, 7. - 11. Oktober 1996, S. 290.
     
  • Gedächtnistagung für James S. Coleman, S. 136.
     
  • Conference on The Direction of Contemporary Capitalism in Sussex, S. 136.
     
  • Obituary to Edward Shils (Bernhard Giesen), S. 135.
     
  • Obituary: Ernest André Gellner (Claire Wallace), S. 277.
     
  • XXXIII World Congress of Sociology of the Institut International de Sociologie, Universitv of Cologne, July 7 - 11, 1997, S. 578.