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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 03/2020
Edizione: 1st ed. 2020





Trama

This textbook presents political sociology as a connective social science that studies political phenomena by creating fruitful connections with other perspectives. The relationship between politics and society is more complex than ever due to the emergence of new power structures, forms of conflict organization and management, and social practices of political participation. Several scholars describe this historical phase as the 'de-politicization of representative politics'. The book addresses classical themes of and approaches to political sociology, but also dedicates several chapters to contemporary developments within political sociology, including, for instance, the role of the internet and bottom-up political communication in social movements. In addition, the volume acts as a professional tool for those scholars and researchers that are beginning to study political processes from a sociological perspective.




Sommario

Chapter 1 Politics and society
1.1. Modern politics and the field of political sociology
1.2. Political science and political sociology
1.3. Political sociology as a connective social science
1.4. The research logic in political sociology

Chapter 2 Chasing political sociology
2.1. Alexis de Tocqueville [1805-1859]
2.2. Karl Marx [1818-1883]
2.3. Emile Durkheim [1858-1917]
2.4. Max Weber [1864-1920]

Chapter 3 Understanding political sociology
3.1. The behavioural revolution
3.2. Politics as a system
3.3. Political development and modernisation
3.4. Politics as action 
3.5. Rediscovering institutions 

Chapter 4 Dimensions and distribution of power
4.1. The ambiguity of power 
4.2. The social dimensions of power
4.3. Understanding social power
4.4. The distribution of power
4.5. Measuring power

Chapter 5 Features and developments of the modern state
5.1. Origins and features of the modern state
5.2. The historical development of the state
5.3. Modern state, administration, bureaucracy
5.4. Public policy process and neoliberalism

Chapter 6 International system and globalisation
6.1. The international system
6.2. Understanding international relations
6.3. The global system
6.4. Global challenges to international politics

Chapter 7 The paths of political violence
7.1. The state and violence
7.2. Old and new wars
7.3. Social revolutions

Chapter 8 Democracy and political participation
8.1. The democratic process
8.2. Democracy and political participation 
8.3. Democracy and interest groups
8.4. Determinants of democracy and non-democratic regimes
Chapter 9 The parabola of political parties
9.1. Features and functions of political parties
9.2. The Historical evolution of political parties
9.3. Changes in the mass party
9.4. Party developments in changing societies

Chapter 10 Social movements and political change
10.1. Social movements and modernity
10.2. Social movements, identities, symbols, and emotions
10.3. Social movements, organisations, and networks
10.4. Action repertoires, communication, and cycles of protest
10.5. Social movements in changing societies

Chapter 11 Ideologies, political cultures and the populist wave
11.1. The tricky conceptualisation of political cultures
11.2. Political ideologies between persistence and crisis
11.3. Political socialisation, generations, and recruitment
11.4. Populism and anti-political sentiment

Chapter 12 Communication and political process 
12.1. The field of political communication 
12.2. Political languages and rituals
12.3. Media politics
12.4. Political communication, citizens, and new media




Autore

Fabio de Nardis is Associate Professor of Political Sociology at the University of Salento, Italy, where he is also Research Affiliate of the Centre for Conflict and Participation Studies (CCPS) and Chairman of the BA and MA programme in sociology. He is Editor-in-Chief of the peer-reviewed open access journal Partecipazione e conflitto (Participation and Conflict), published in English. His research focuses on social and political theory, democratisation, contentious politics, social movements, political participation, and populism.







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Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9783030377595

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 735 gr
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 462
Pagine Romane: xix






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