Class analysis and social transformation
This book breathes new life into class analysis by showing how contemporary social and cultural transformations are related to the restructuring of class relations. The author gives a definitive account of debates on class and provides a comprehensive description of the main features of contemporary social change.
42 pages matching important in this book
Results 1-3 of 42
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The travails of class theory
The limits to class consciousness
Economic inequality and social class
5 other sections not shown
ability approach to class argued arguments Beck Bourdieu's Britain British social capitalist career cent Chapter claims class analysis class consciousness class cultures class formation class identities class positions class relations class schema class structure class theory collective class concept of class concerns contemporary critical Crompton cultural capital David Lockwood debate defined developed discussed distinction earned economic inequality emphasized empirical employers forms gender Giddens Goldthorpe's hierarchy historical household idea of class important income individual instance intellectual interest issues kinds labour market linked Lockwood male manual labour manual workers Marxist middle class occupational group organization organizational perspective political post-Fordism problems processes professional and managerial professionals and managers recent recognize reflect relationship relative response role salience Saunders Savage sector service class skills social change social class social mobility society sociology Table tend theoretical tion tradition Weber Weberian white-collar white-collar workers women working-class culture