This book is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in social structure and political sociology as well as academic sociologists and libraries. It should have significant appeal to researchers and students in European studies and others interested in European integration.
Table of Contents
Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction/Rosemat Crow,ton & Thitlip Bnum -- 1 Exciuson, post-Fordism and the “New Europe”/Patricia Kennett -- 2 Flexibilizanon and part-time work in Europe/irene Bruegel & Ariane Hegewisch -- 3 Gender and pensions in Europe: current trends in women’s pension acquisition/Jay Ginn & Sara Arber, -- 4 Combining work and family working mothers in Scandinavia and the European Community/Arnlaug Leira -- 5 Some issues of race, ethnicity and nationalism in the “New” Europe: rethinking sociological paradigms/Sheila Alleii & Mime Mxey -- 6 Race, citizenship and “Fortress Europe”/Mark Mitchell & Dava Russell -- 7 The making of an underclass: neo-liberalism versus corporatism/Scott Lash -- 8 Afer the Cold War: the defence industry and the New Europe/John Lovering -- 9 The collapse of Soviet socialism: legitimation, regulation, and the new class/Larry Ray -- 10 Privañzation, class and interest formation in eastern Europe/Terry Cox -- Index.
Phillip Brown; Rosemary Crompton both of the University of Kent, Canterbury. (Edited by)