Nation-building and citizenship: studies of our changing social order (Google eBook)

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Contents

Studies of Our Changing Social Order
2
Programmatic summary
3
The study of social change
6
Theoretical perspectives
19
Political community and public authority
22
Historical perspectives
28
Premodern Structures and Transformations of Western European Societies
40
Traditional authority relationships
49
Ideological articulation
220
Relation to land and its implications
222
Rulingclass traditions and development
229
The issue of consensus
237
Development as a political problem
240
Theoretical implications
250
Public Authority in a Developing Political Community The Case of India
257
the historical background
258

Aspects of authority in the great transformation
58
Crisis in the relation of masters and servants
63
Transformations of Western European Societies Since the Eighteenth Century
67
Class relations in an age of contract
68
England
75
Theoretical implications
87
The extension of citizenship to the lower classes
90
the right of association and combination
97
the right to an elementary education
106
the franchise and the secret vote
113
Concluding considerations
123
Administrative Authority in the NationState
128
Bureaucratization
130
Public administration and social structure
140
Authority and the bureaucratic culture pattern
142
Administrators and the public
156
Representation by organized interests
160
Theoretical implications
166
Summary
171
Private and Public Authority in Western Europe and Russia
176
Private authority and work habits
181
Public authority and the stability of expectations
192
The plebiscitarian engineering of consent
209
Preconditions of Development A Comparison of Japan and Germany
213
Two aristocracies
218
Responses to backwardness and emerging problems of representation
276
Attempts of define the role of the village
292
Indian policies of development
298
the administrative task
305
In quest of public cooperation
314
Public authority and the people in community development
318
Some unresolved issues of public cooperation in rural development
331
Rural social structure and Indias political community
339
Prospects of change
347
Concluding Considerations
358
Tradition and Modernity Reconsidered
362
Persistence and Change of Ideas About Modern Society
364
Conservative and Radical Critiques of Industry
367
The Marxian Perspective
377
Critique of an Intellectual Tradition
383
An Alternative Approach to Tradition and Modernity
391
The Contrast Restated
397
Modernization in Comparative Perspective
405
Towards a Definition of Modernization
412
Comparative Aspects of Social Stratification
420
Bibliographic Addendum
436
Name Index
442
Subject Index
449
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