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    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
    ISBN: 9780203880524 , 9781134008254 , 9781134008292 , 9781134008308
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (viii, 167 Seiten)
    Series Statement: Key sociologists
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 301.092
    Keywords: Luhmann, Niklas ; System theory ; Social structure ; Electronic books
    Abstract: ch. 1. Introduction -- ch. 2. Social systems -- ch. 3. Observing systems -- ch. 4. The functional differentiation of modern society -- ch. 5. Consequences of function differentiation -- ch. 6. Power and politics -- ch. 7. Conclusion.
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511842163 , 1139379909 , 9781139379908 , 9780511842160
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (348 pages)
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Borch, Christian Politics of Crowds : An Alternative History of Sociology
    DDC: 302.33
    Keywords: Crowds ; Crowds History ; SOCIAL SCIENCE ; Sociology ; General ; BUSINESS & ECONOMICS ; Negotiating ; FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS ; Interpersonal Relations ; Crowds ; History ; Electronic books
    Abstract: Cover; The Politics of Crowds: An Alternative History of Sociology; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction: the crowd problem; The apogee and disappearance of a problem; Writing semantic history; Crowds in history; The argument; 1: Setting the stage: crowds and modern French society; Crowds in an age of revolutions; Le Bon's crowd psychology: inspirations and concerns; An era of crowds; The biopolitical agenda; 2: Disciplinary struggles: the crowd in early French sociology; Tarde's criminological angle; Using crowd semantics as a template for sociological thinking.
    Abstract: From crowds to publics: the political role of sociologyCrowd theory and sociology: the Durkheim effect; Durkheim on crowded effervescence; 3: Weimar developments: towards a distinctively sociological theory of crowds; Adopting and adapting the suggestion doctrine; Mobilizing mass action; First World War: evoking large-scale sentiments; Freud's crowd psychology; Establishing distinctively sociological alternatives; Seeing the crowd as a group; Latent and active crowds; The revolutionary crowd; The transformation of the crowd in Weimar sociology; 4: Liberal attitudes: crowd semantics in the USA.
    Abstract: The mass psychology of fascismThe political psychology of mass aberration; Frankfurt orientations: totalitarianism as an escape from mass isolation; Re-problematizing mass culture; Mass society and the lonely crowd; Questioning mass manipulation: the emergence of the primary group; 7: The culmination and dissolution of crowd semantics; An inside view: Elias Canetti's phenomenology of crowds; Crowd dynamics; Relations to power; Conceptual rebirth: towards a rational agenda; From collective behaviour to social movements: crowd semantics fading in the background.
    Abstract: The dissolution of sociological crowd theory8: Postmodern conditions: the rise of the post-political masses; The masses and the implosion of the social; The politics of contempt; Postmodern tribes: an affirmative view; The emergence of a new revolutionary subject: the multitude; Epilogue: the politics of crowds; The future(s) of sociological crowd theory; References; Index.
    Abstract: This book analyses sociological discussions on crowds and masses since the late nineteenth century, covering France, Germany and the USA
    Abstract: Urban crowds between communitarian anxiety and radical democratic celebrationCrowds, suggestion and progressive reform: liberal and communitarian concerns; Robert E. Park and the Chicago School; Propaganda and public opinion: nascent problematizations of mass society; Alternatives to suggestion; 5: From crowd to mass: problematizing classles s society; The emergence of 'mass-man'; Mass versus elite: the problem of culture; The politics of mass society; Criticizing mass semantics; 6: Reactions to totalitarianism: new fusions of sociological and psychological thinking.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , English
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