The Handbook of Political Sociology: States, Civil Societies, and Globalization

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Thomas Janoski, Robert R. Alford, Alexander M. Hicks, Mildred A. Schwartz
Cambridge University Press, 23 .. 2005
This Handbook provides a complete survey of the vibrant field of political sociology. Part I explores the theories of political sociology. Part II focuses on the formation, transitions, and regime structure of the state. Part III takes up various aspects of the state that respond to pressures from civil society.
 

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Political Sociology in the New Millenium I
1
Rulemaking Rulebreaking and Power
33
Neopluralism and Neofunctionalism in Political Sociology
54
Conflict Theories in Political Sociology
72
Institutionalist and StateCentric Theories of Political Sociology
96
Feminist Theorizing and Feminisms in Political Sociology
135
Foucault Laclau Mouffe and Žižek
153
RationalChoice Theories in Political Sociology
172
Transitions to Democracy
384
Revolutions and Revolutionary Movements
404
Regimes and Contention
423
Undemocratic Politics in the Twentieth Century and Beyond
461
Politics and Policies
482
Comparative and Historical Studies of Public Policy and the Welfare State
509
Women Gender and State Policies
526
The Politics of Racial Policy
546

Theories of Race and the State
187
Social Cleavages and Electoral Politics
201
Public Opinion Political Attitudes and Ideology
227
Nationalism in Comparative Perspective
247
Social Bases Organization and Environment
266
Organized Interest Groups and Policy Networks
287
Corporate Control Interfirm Relations and Corporate Power
310
Social Movements and Social Change
331
Toward a Political Sociology of the News Media
350
State Formation and State Building in Europe
367
The Insights and Blind Spots of Political
566
Globalization
587
State Economic and Social Policy in Global Capitalism
607
The Politics of Immigration and National Integration
630
Transnational Social Movements
655
References
671
Name Index
785
Subject Index
797
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