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Analytic and historical approaches to class determination and formation.

Dale L. Johnson

Analytic and historical approaches to class determination and formation.

by Dale L. Johnson

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Few themes have been as central to sociology as 'class' and yet class remains a perpetually contested idea. Sociologists disagree not only on how best to define the concept of class but on its general role in social theory and indeed on its continued relevance to the sociological analysis of contemporary society.

Some people believe that classes have largely. This book explores the theoretical foundations of six major perspectives of class with each chapter written by an expert in the field.

It concludes with a conceptual map of these alternative approaches by posing the question: 'If class is the answer, what is the question?'. Approaches to Class Analysis brings together recent theorists of class analysis from different theoretical perspectives, each of whom help unpack economical, social and cultural processes that allow us to understand what classes are and whether they have potential for mobilization.

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Class analysis is research in sociology, politics and economics from the point of view of the stratification of the society into dynamic implies that there is no universal or uniform social outlook, rather that there are fundamental conflicts that exist inherent to how society is currently organized.

Most known examples are the theory of Karl Marx and Max Weber's. The essence of an analytic study is that groups of subjects are compared in order to estimate the magnitude of association between exposures and outcomes.

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