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" Sociologists who have stopped the timemachine and, with a good deal of conceptual huffing and puffing, have gone down to the engine-room to look, tell us that nowhere at all have they been able to locate and classify a class. They can only find a multitude... "
Iran Between Two Revolutions - Page 3
by Ervand Abrahamian - 1982 - 561 pages
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Social Science as Civic Discourse: Essays on the Invention, Legitimation ...

Richard Harvey Brown - Social Science - 1989 - 227 pages
...equally unreflectively becomes a mechanist: "Sociologists who have stopped the timemachine and . . . have gone down to the engine-room to look, tell us...have they been able to locate and classify a class. ... Of course they are right, since class is not this or that part of the machine, but the way the...
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Approaching Human Geography: An Introduction to Contemporary Theoretical Debates

Paul J. Cloke Chris Philo David Sadler, Professor Paul J Cloke, Professor Chris Philo, MR David Sadler - 1991 - 256 pages
...and, with a good deal of conceptual huffing and puffing, have gone down to the engine room to took, tell us that nowhere at all have they been able to locate and classify a class. They can find only a multitude of people with different occupations, incomes and status-hierarchies and the...
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Potter Addition: Poverty, Family, and Kinship in a Heartland Community

David L. Harvey - Social Science - 1993 - 326 pages
...time-machine and, with a good deal of conceptual huffing and puffing, have gone down to the engine room to look, tell us that nowhere at all have they been...a class. They can only find a multitude of people with different occupations, incomes, status-hierarchies, and the rest. Of course, they are right, since...
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Managing the Organizational Melting Pot: Dilemmas of Workplace Diversity

Albert J. Mills, Michael B. Elmes, Anshuman Prasad - Business & Economics - 1997 - 395 pages
...categories. Sociologists who have stopped the time-machine and, with a good deal of conceptual buffing and puffing, have gone down to the engine-room to...a class. They can only find a multitude of people wilh different oecupations, incomes, status-hierarchies, and the rest. Of course, they are right, since...
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Sociology for Pharmacists: An Introduction

Kevin M. G. Taylor, Sarah Nettleton, Geoffrey Harding - Medical - 2004 - 208 pages
...his work, The Making of the English Working Class: 'Sociologists who have stopped the time machine and, with a good deal of conceptual huffing and puffing,...a class. They can only find a multitude of people with different occupations, incomes, status-hierarchies, and the rest. Of course they are right, since...
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Adult Learning and Technology in Working-Class Life

Peter Sawchuk - Psychology - 2003 - 252 pages
...but a living relationship: Sociologists who have stopped the time-machine and, with a good deal of huffing and puffing, have gone down to the engine-room...a class. They can only find a multitude of people with different occupations, incomes, status-hierarchies, and the rest. Of course they are right, since...
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The Sociology of Norbert Elias

Steven Loyal, Stephen Quilley - Social Science - 2004 - 289 pages
...time machine and, with a good deal of conceptual huffing and puffing, have gone down the engine room to look, tell us that nowhere at all have they been...a class. They can only find a multitude of people with different occupations, incomes, status-hierarchies, and the rest. Of course they are right, since...
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Hegemony and Education: Gramsci, Post-Marxism, and Radical Democracy Revisited

Deb J. Hill - Philosophy - 2007 - 283 pages
...concept of class. Thompson wrote: Sociologists who have stopped the time machine and, with a great deal of conceptual huffing and puffing, have gone...a class. They can only find a multitude of people with different occupations, incomes, status-hierarchies and the rest. Of course they are right, since...
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