Reworking Class

Reworking Class

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The twelve essays in this volume propose new directions in the analysis of class. John R. Hall argues that recent historical and intellectual developments require reworking basic assumptions about classes and their dynamics. The contributors effectively abandon the notion of a transcendent class struggle. They seek instead to understand the historically contingent ways in which economic interests are pursued under institutionally, socially, and culturally structured circumstances.In his introduction, Hall proposes a neo-Weberian venue intended to bring the most promising contemporary approaches to class analysis into productive exchange with one another. Some of the chapters that follow rework how classes are conceptualized. Others offer historical and sociological reflections on questions of class identity. A third cluster focuses on the politics of class mobilizations and social movements in contexts of national and global economic change.... MONTEREY, jL-/California, became the most important fish1ng port in the United States, and the worlda#39;s third largest, by tonnage of ... off1sh were both canned and aquot;reducedaquot; to fish oil and meal, the California sardine was emblematic of Montereya#39;s Cannery Row. ... The work is supported modestly but faithfully by Faculty Research grants, University of California-Davis. ... Estimates based on the value of the total product would lead to a different ranking (Monterey Peninsula Herald, anbsp;...

Title:Reworking Class
Author: John R. Hall
Publisher:Cornell University Press - 1997

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