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Contents 1998, Vol. 8

 

I. Articles
  1. Martin Albrow: Europe in the Global Age, S. 411.
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  2. Helmuth Berking: "Global Flows and Local Cultures". On the Reconfiguration of Social Spaces in the Process of Globalization, S. 381.
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  3. Harald Bluhm: Justice in Marx's Theories, S. 393.
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  4. Y. Michal Bodemann: From Berlin to Chicago and Further. Georg Simmel and the Voyage of his "Stranger", S.125.
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  5. Colin Crouch: Citizenship and Markets in Recent British Education Policy, S. 453.
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  6. Heiner Ganßmann: The Persistent Sting. The "Communist Manifesto", the "Materialist Conception of History", and Sociology, S. 317.
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  7. Bernhard Giesen/Kay Junge: National Identity and Citizenship in Germany and France, S. 523.
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  8. Dieter Gosewinkel: Subjecthood, Citizenship, and Nationality. Concepts of Belonging in the Age of the Modern Nation State: Notes on the History of Concepts in Germany, France, England, and the United States, S. 507.
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  9. Jost Halfmann: Citizenship Universalism, Migration and the Risk of Exclusion, S. 549.
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  10. Betina Hollstein/Gina Bria: Reciprocity in Parents-Child Relationsships? Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Evidence, S. 7.
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  11. Hans Joas: Globalization and the Genesis of Values - Or: Why Marx and Engels were not Right to all, S. 329.
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  12. Matthias Junge/Tobias Krettenauer: Individualisation, Moral Socialisation in the Family and the Moralecology of Modern Societies, S. 39.
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  13. Dieter Klein: Economic Globalization - Thinking about 150 Years of Inevitability, S. 333.
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  14. Wolfgang Lauterbach/Michael J. Shanahan: The Modernisation of the Agrarian Sector: Occupational Continuity and Transition in Family Enterprises, S. 53.
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  15. Ulf Matthiesen: On the Edges of the German Capital: Regional Culture and Suburbanization Processes on the Peripheries of Berlin - Between "High Tech Cathedrals" and "National Park GDR", S. 245.
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  16. Jürgen Mackert: Beyond Inclusion/Exclusion: Citizenship as a Mode of Social Closure, S.561.
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  17. Artur Meier: Unplanned Benefit. On the Functional Transition of Continuing Education and Retraining, S. 91.
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  18. Claus Offe: The German Welfare State: Principles, Performances, Prospects, S. 359.
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  19. Giovanna Procacci: Poor Citizens. Social Citizenship versus Individualization of Welfare, S. 473.
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  20. Saskia Sassen: Embedding the Global in the National: Implications for the Role of the State, S. 345.
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  21. Katrin Schäfgen/Annette Spellerberg: Cultural Representations and Institutional Regulations for Women in the USA, West and East Germany, S. 73.
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  22. Michael Schetsche: Real and Virtual Problems. "UFO abduction experiences" as a test case for (problem-oriented) sociology, S. 223.
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  23. Richard Sennett: The New Capitalism, S. 305.
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  24. Margaret R. Somers: The Privatization of Citizenship. Civil Society and the Problem of the "third Sphere", S. 489.
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  25. Carsten Stark: System Control and Societal Control. On Modern Limits of the Political, S. 181.
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  26. Rudolf Stichweh: Theory of the Political Inclusion, S. 539.
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  27. Gabriele Vierzigmann/Simone Kreher: "Between Generations" - Family Dynamics and Family Discourses in Biographical Accounts, S. 23.
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  28. Bruce Western/Katherine Beckett: The Free Market Myth. Penal Justice as an Institution of the US Labour Market, S. 159.
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  29. Herbert Willems: Elements of a Theory of Theatricality of "unmannerly" Behaviour, S. 201.
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  30. Theresa Wobbe: Ideas, Interests and Gender: Marianne Webers Cultural Sociological Inquiry, S. 105.
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II. Reviews
  1. Kai Erikson (ed.): Sociological Visions (Steffen Sigmund: Sociologists in Society - blaffed? New Publications on the Crisis of Sociology and its Potential of a Diagnoses of the current Time), S. 421.
     
  2. Joachim Fritz-Vannahme (ed.): Wozu heute noch Soziologie? (Steffen Sigmund: Sociologists in Society - blaffed? New Publications on the Crisis of Sociology and its Potential of a Diagnoses of the current Time), S. 421.
     
  3. Johan Heilbron: The Rise of Social Theory (Hans Joas: Postdisciplinary History of Discipline. Two new publications on the history of sociology) S. 269.
     
  4. Donald N. Levine: Visions of the Sociological Tradition (Hans Joas: Postdisciplinary History of Discipline. Two new publications on the history of sociology) S. 269.
     
  5. William F. Whyte: Street Corner Society. (Rolf Lindner: Three and a half ways of reading "Street Corner Society"), S. 278.

III. Communications and Reports
  • Editorial (Hans Bertram), S. 3.
     
  • Editorial "Citizenship -- Analyses and Current Debates" (Klaus Eder), S. 445.
     
  • Editorial (Frank Ettrich), S. 157.
     
  • Editorial (Hans-Peter Müller), S. 301.
     
  • Obituary to Cornelius Castoriadis (1922-1997) (Johann Arnason), S. 284.
     
  • Obituary to Mancur Olsen (1932-1998) (Michael Schmid), S. 286.
     
  • Game without bounds? Ambivalences of globalization (Report of conference) (Ullrich Bauer/Uwe H. Bittingmayer), S. 287.
     
  • 34th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology (IIS), S. 290.
     
  • Report on the Conference "The New Political Economy and the Welfare State" (January 30-31, 1998, New York University, NYC) (Henning Hillmann), S. 427.
     
  • Ninth Amalfi European Prize for Sociology and the Social Science, S. 431.
     
  • Fritz Thyssen Foundation Award for Social Science Articles published in Journals in 1996, S. 432.