The Sociology of Norbert Elias
Steven Loyal, Stephen Quilley
Cambridge University Press, Mar 18, 2004 - Social Science - 289 pages
Over recent years there has been a steady upsurge of interest in the work of Norbert Elias. This book provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the key aspects of Elias's work and then applies an Eliasian approach to key topics in contemporary sociology such as race, class, gender, religion, epistemology and nationalism. The editors have brought together a distinguished group of international sociologists and this book will not only change the course of Elias studies but be a valuable resource for both students and scholars alike.
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Towards a central theory the scope and relevance of the sociology of Norbert Elias
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Armed peace on the pacifying condition for the cooperative of states
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Elias and modern penal development
Elias Freud and Goffman shame as the master emotion
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Elias on gender relations the changing balance of power between the sexes
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