Mass, Class, and Bureaucracy: The Evolution of Contemporary Society

Mass, Class, and Bureaucracy: The Evolution of Contemporary Society

Mass, Class, and Bureaucracy: The Evolution of Contemporary Society

Mass, Class, and Bureaucracy: The Evolution of Contemporary Society

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Most introductions to the study of sociology draw upon, modify, and elaborate other introductions, whose problems and interests they reflect. Thus, when new concepts and different materials are introduced, often they are simply added to the standard matrix, with no more than a stab at integration, or else they are squeezed into a context created for other purposes.

This book is aimed at providing an integrated framework for a synthesis of recent concepts and fresh findings in various areas of sociology, including mass society, bureaucracy, economic organization, popular culture, the arts, social stratification, political sociology, historical sociology, the sociology of religion, and the sociology of knowledge. In focusing on these areas, we have placed special emphasis on mass, class, and bureaucracy --an emphasis which has enabled us to sub-

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