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New Critical Writings in Political Sociology: New Critical Writings in Political Sociology


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New Critical Writings in Political Sociology Volume One: Power, State and Inequality

New Critical Writings in Political Sociology: Volume One: Power, State and Inequality

1st Edition

By Kate Nash, Alan Scott
February 28, 2009

The first volume of the series covers the key themes of political sociology as these have emerged in the course of the (sub-)discipline's development: state formation; legitimation; power; regulation, and inequality. The widening of the focus of political sociology from the nation-state and from ...

New Critical Writings in Political Sociology Volume Three: Globalization and Contemporary Challenges to the Nation-State

New Critical Writings in Political Sociology: Volume Three: Globalization and Contemporary Challenges to the Nation-State

1st Edition

By Alan Scott, Anna Marie Smith
February 28, 2009

In the third and final volume of this series, we examine the implications of the accelerating globalization process for the nation-state. Are globalization, the rise of regional and international institutions, and the international agreements on human rights actually reducing and transforming state...

New Critical Writings in Political Sociology Volume Two: Conventional and Contentious Politics

New Critical Writings in Political Sociology: Volume Two: Conventional and Contentious Politics

1st Edition

By Alan Scott, Kate Nash
March 02, 2017

The articles collected together in this volume are concerned with why and how people get involved in politics, whether through formal mechanisms such as voting, through some of the more informal means and settings of social movement networks and political protest, or through engagement in public ...

New Critical Writings in Political Sociology Volume Two: Conventional and Contentious Politics

New Critical Writings in Political Sociology: Volume Two: Conventional and Contentious Politics

1st Edition

By Alan Scott, Kate Nash
February 28, 2009

The articles collected together in this volume are concerned with why and how people get involved in politics, whether through formal mechanisms such as voting, through some of the more informal means and settings of social movement networks and political protest, or through engagement in public ...

New Critical Writings in Political Sociology: 3-Volume Set

New Critical Writings in Political Sociology: 3-Volume Set

1st Edition

By Kate Nash, Alan Scott
February 18, 2009

Political sociology studies how politics shapes and is shaped by society. With the advent of economic, political and cultural globalisation there has been a distinct shift away from state and class based theories towards cultural politics and postmodern approaches. Key topics include social ...

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