Ideology and the Social Sciences

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HENK A. BECKER is professor of sociology at Utrecht University, the Netherlands. He has been engaged since the mid-1980s in research on generations. He has also published widely on the methodology of social impact assessment and the state of the art in sociology. He is presently focusing on the effects of discontinuous technological change on behavior and institutions.

JACQUES COENEN-HUTHER is associate professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Geneva. He was associate editor of International Sociology ( 1986- 1990) and editor of the Swiss Journal of Sociology ( 1991- 1995). He is now a consulting editor of the International Journal of Contemporary Sociology. He published Le fonctionnalisme en sociologie: et après? ( 1984), Post-Communist Poland: From Totalitarianism to Democracy? (with B. Synak, eds., 1993), Durkheim et Weber: vers la fin des malentendus? (with M. Hirschhorn, eds., 1994), Observation participante et théorie sociologique ( 1995), Bulgaria at the Crossroads (ed., 1996), Tocqueville ( 1997), Sotsiologia na Poroge XXI Veka (Sociology on the Threshold of the Twenty-First Century, with S. I. Grigoryev, eds., 1998), and numerous articles.

MARVIN P. DAWKINS received a Ph.D. in sociology from Florida State University and is currently professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Miami. He is also the director of the African American Studies Program there and a member of the research faculty in the Center for Re

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