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Rather than using a ranking system based on occupational prestige to explain social stratification through class, Burrage attempts to show how class formation can be explained through political events and decisions.

Using analyses of Russia, France, the United States and England, Burrage claims that class stems from the habitual . MICHAEL BURRAGE has taught at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, and has been a visiting professor in Brazil and Japan

Using analyses of Russia, France, the United States and England, Burrage claims that class stems from the habitual relationship between state and civil. MICHAEL BURRAGE has taught at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, and has been a visiting professor in Brazil and Japan.

Using detailed analyses of Russia, France, the United States and England, Michael Burrage claims that class formation is shaped by the habitual relationship between the state and civil society, and that contrary to general opinion, is undermined by free markets. Using George Orwell's famous description of England as class-ridden as the foundation for his argument, Michael Burrage reveals whether this still holds true today, and provides provocative and original theory on how and why classes have emerged, or failed to emerge.

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Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Class formation, civil society and the state : a comparative analysis of Russia, France, the US and England Michael Burrage. Class formation in two Russias Civil society as adversary and collaborator in France Civil society acts alone in the United States Interim conclusions from three societies Re-examining the English mystery Testing the puzzle-solving capacity of the argument A brief reply to Orwell The class system comes to an end.

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Rather than using a ranking system based on occupational prestige to explain social stratification through class, Burrage attempts to show how class formation can be explained through political events and decisions. Using detailed analysis of four countries, the book attempts to answer several 'mysteries' of the English class system: why did an English intelligentsia fail to emerge? Why was the working class reluctant to engage in violent class struggle? Why did public ownership increase class consciousness, and why could class sentiment be combined with comparatively high rates of mobility? In this distinctive and important contribution, Burrage identifies the main features of England's emerging 'classless society' - one that is centralized, intensively managed, and no longer resting on internalized social controls.

Class Formation, Civil Society and the State: A Comparative Analysis epub download

ISBN13: 978-1403945945

ISBN: 1403945942

Author: Michael Burrage

Category: Other

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2008 edition (January 17, 2008)

Pages: 288 pages

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