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  • 1
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781139236782
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (v, 492 pages)
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    DDC: 306.09
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    Keywords: Sozialgeschichte ; Power (Social sciences) ; Social history
    Abstract: Distinguishing four sources of power – ideological, economic, military and political – this series traces their interrelations throughout human history. This fourth volume covers the period from 1945 to the present, focusing on the three major pillars of post-war global order: capitalism, the nation-state system and the sole remaining empire of the world, the United States. In the course of this period, capitalism, nation-states and empires interacted with one another and were transformed. Mann's key argument is that globalization is not just a single process, because there are globalizations of all four sources of social power, each of which has a different rhythm of development. Topics include the rise and beginnings of decline of the American Empire, the fall or transformation of communism (respectively, the Soviet Union and China), the shift from neo-Keynesianism to neoliberalism, and the three great crises emerging in this period – nuclear weapons, the great recession and climate change
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  • 2
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781139236782
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (v, 492 pages)
    DDC: 306.09
    Abstract: Distinguishing four sources of power – ideological, economic, military and political – this series traces their interrelations throughout human history. This fourth volume covers the period from 1945 to the present, focusing on the three major pillars of post-war global order: capitalism, the nation-state system and the sole remaining empire of the world, the United States. In the course of this period, capitalism, nation-states and empires interacted with one another and were transformed. Mann's key argument is that globalization is not just a single process, because there are globalizations of all four sources of social power, each of which has a different rhythm of development. Topics include the rise and beginnings of decline of the American Empire, the fall or transformation of communism (respectively, the Soviet Union and China), the shift from neo-Keynesianism to neoliberalism, and the three great crises emerging in this period – nuclear weapons, the great recession and climate change.
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  • 3
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781107031180
    Language: English
    Pages: Online-Ressource (22 p)
    Edition: 2nd ed
    Parallel Title: Print version The Sources of Social Power, Volume 2 : The Rise of Classes and Nation-States, 1760?1914
    DDC: 306.09
    Keywords: Electronic books
    Abstract: This second volume deals with power relations between the Industrial Revolution and the First World War
    Description / Table of Contents: Cover; The sources of social power; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface to the new edition; Preface;
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  • 4
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781107031173
    Language: English
    Pages: Online-Ressource (30 p)
    Edition: 2nd ed
    Parallel Title: Print version The Sources of Social Power, Volume 1 : A History of Power from the Beginning to AD 1760
    DDC: 306.09
    Keywords: Electronic books
    Abstract: Volume 1 examines interrelations between sources of power from neolithic times up to just before the Industrial Revolution in England
    Description / Table of Contents: Cover; The sources of social power; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface to the new edition; Preface;
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  • 5
    ISBN: 9781139381314
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xx, 823 pages) , digital, PDF file(s)
    Edition: New edition
    Parallel Title: Print version
    DDC: 306.09
    Keywords: Power (Social sciences) ; Social history ; Social history ; Power (Social sciences)
    Abstract: Distinguishing four sources of power in human societies - ideological, economic, military and political - The Sources of Social Power traces their interrelations throughout human history. This second volume deals with power relations between the Industrial Revolution and the First World War, focusing on France, Great Britain, Hapsburg Austria, Prussia/Germany and the United States. Based on considerable empirical research, it provides original theories of the rise of nations and nationalism, of class conflict, of the modern state and of modern militarism. While not afraid to generalize, it also stresses social and historical complexity. Michael Mann sees human society as 'a patterned mess' and attempts to provide a sociological theory appropriate to this, his final chapter giving an original explanation of the causes of the First World War. First published in 1993, this new edition of Volume 2 includes a new preface by the author examining the impact and legacy of the work
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  • 6
    ISBN: 9781107031173 , 9781107635975
    Language: English
    Pages: xvii, 549 Seiten
    Edition: New edition
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  • 7
    ISBN: 9781139381307
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xxvii, 549 pages) , digital, PDF file(s)
    Edition: New edition
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.09
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    Keywords: Power (Social sciences) ; Social history ; Social history ; Power (Social sciences) ; Macht ; Sozialgeschichte
    Abstract: Distinguishing four sources of power in human societies – ideological, economic, military and political – The Sources of Social Power traces their interrelations throughout human history. In this first volume, Michael Mann examines interrelations between these elements from neolithic times, through ancient Near Eastern civilizations, the classical Mediterranean age and medieval Europe, up to just before the Industrial Revolution in England. It offers explanations of the emergence of the state and social stratification; of city-states, militaristic empires and the persistent interaction between them; of the world salvation religions; and of the particular dynamism of medieval and early modern Europe. It ends by generalizing about the nature of overall social development, the varying forms of social cohesion and the role of classes and class struggle in history. First published in 1986, this new edition of Volume 1 includes a new preface by the author examining the impact and legacy of the work
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  • 8
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781107028678 , 9781107308985 (Sekundärausgabe)
    Language: English
    Pages: 500 p.
    Edition: Online-Ausg. Online-Ressource ISBN 9781107308985
    Edition: [Online-Ausg.]
    DDC: 303.309045
    Keywords: Electronic books
    Abstract: This fourth volume of Michael Mann's analytical history of social power covers the period from 1945 to the present.
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  • 9
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781139381314
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xx, 823 pages)
    Edition: New edition.
    DDC: 306.09
    Abstract: Distinguishing four sources of power in human societies - ideological, economic, military and political - The Sources of Social Power traces their interrelations throughout human history. This second volume deals with power relations between the Industrial Revolution and the First World War, focusing on France, Great Britain, Hapsburg Austria, Prussia/Germany and the United States. Based on considerable empirical research, it provides original theories of the rise of nations and nationalism, of class conflict, of the modern state and of modern militarism. While not afraid to generalize, it also stresses social and historical complexity. Michael Mann sees human society as 'a patterned mess' and attempts to provide a sociological theory appropriate to this, his final chapter giving an original explanation of the causes of the First World War. First published in 1993, this new edition of Volume 2 includes a new preface by the author examining the impact and legacy of the work.
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  • 10
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781139236751
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (viii, 510 pages)
    DDC: 303.3
    Abstract: Distinguishing four sources of power - ideological, economic, military and political - this series traces their interrelations throughout human history. This third volume of Michael Mann's analytical history of social power begins with nineteenth-century global empires and continues with a global history of the twentieth century up to 1945. Mann focuses on the interrelated development of capitalism, nation-states and empires. Volume 3 discusses the 'Great Divergence' between the fortunes of the West and the rest of the world; the self-destruction of European and Japanese power in two world wars; the Great Depression; the rise of American and Soviet power; the rivalry between capitalism, socialism and fascism; and the triumph of a reformed and democratic capitalism.
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  • 11
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781139381307
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xxvii, 549 pages)
    Edition: 2nd ed.
    DDC: 306.09
    Abstract: Distinguishing four sources of power in human societies – ideological, economic, military and political – The Sources of Social Power traces their interrelations throughout human history. In this first volume, Michael Mann examines interrelations between these elements from neolithic times, through ancient Near Eastern civilizations, the classical Mediterranean age and medieval Europe, up to just before the Industrial Revolution in England. It offers explanations of the emergence of the state and social stratification; of city-states, militaristic empires and the persistent interaction between them; of the world salvation religions; and of the particular dynamism of medieval and early modern Europe. It ends by generalizing about the nature of overall social development, the varying forms of social cohesion and the role of classes and class struggle in history. First published in 1986, this new edition of Volume 1 includes a new preface by the author examining the impact and legacy of the work.
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  • 12
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511817274
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (x, 580 pages)
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    DDC: 304.6/63
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    Keywords: Ethik ; Politik ; Political atrocities ; Genocide ; State-sponsored terrorism ; Ethnicity / Political aspects ; Democracy / Moral and ethical aspects ; Vertreibung ; Nationalismus ; Nationalstaat ; Minderheitenfrage ; Ethnizität ; Entstehung ; Völkermord ; Staat ; Akteur ; Electronic books ; Minderheitenfrage ; Vertreibung ; Nationalstaat ; Entstehung ; Ethnizität ; Nationalismus ; Völkermord ; Staat ; Vertreibung ; Akteur ; Staat ; Völkermord ; Akteur
    Abstract: A new theory of ethnic cleansing based on the most terrible cases (colonial genocides, Armenia, the Nazi Holocaust, Cambodia, Yugoslavia, Rwanda) and cases of lesser violence (early modern Europe, contemporary India, and Indonesia). Murderous cleansing is modern, 'the dark side of democracy'. It results where the demos (democracy) is confused with the ethnos (the ethnic group). Danger arises where two rival ethno-national movements each claims 'its own' state over the same territory. Conflict escalates where either the weaker side fights because of aid from outside, or the stronger side believes it can deploy sudden, overwhelming force. Escalation is not simply the work of 'evil elites' or 'primitive peoples'. It results from complex interactions between leaders, militants, and 'core constituencies' of ethno-nationalism. Understanding this complex process helps us devise policies to avoid ethnic cleansing in the future
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  • 13
    ISBN: 0521308518 , 052131349X
    Language: English
    Pages: IX, 549 S. , graph. Darst.
    Angaben zur Quelle: 1
    DDC: 303.3
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    ISBN: 0521308518 , 052131349X
    Language: English
    Pages: IX,549 S. , graph. Darst.
    Angaben zur Quelle: 1
    DDC: 303.3
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511570902
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (823 pages)
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    DDC: 303.3
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    Keywords: Sozialgeschichte ; Social history ; Power (Social sciences)
    Abstract: This second volume of Michael Mann's analytical history of social power deals with power relations between the Industrial Revolution and the First World War, focusing on France, Great Britain, Hapsburg Austria, Prussia/Germany and the United States. Based on considerable empirical research it provides original theories of the rise of nations and nationalism, of class conflict, of the modern state and of modern militarism. While not afraid to generalise, it also stresses social and historical complexity. The author sees human society as 'a patterned mess' and attempts to provide a sociological theory appropriate to this. This theory culminates in the final chapter, an original explanation of the causes of the First World War
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511570902
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (823 pages)
    DDC: 303.3
    Abstract: This second volume of Michael Mann's analytical history of social power deals with power relations between the Industrial Revolution and the First World War, focusing on France, Great Britain, Hapsburg Austria, Prussia/Germany and the United States. Based on considerable empirical research it provides original theories of the rise of nations and nationalism, of class conflict, of the modern state and of modern militarism. While not afraid to generalise, it also stresses social and historical complexity. The author sees human society as 'a patterned mess' and attempts to provide a sociological theory appropriate to this. This theory culminates in the final chapter, an original explanation of the causes of the First World War.
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  • 17
    ISBN: 0521308518 , 052131349X
    Language: English
    Pages: IX, 549 S. , graph. Darst.
    Angaben zur Quelle: 1
    DDC: 303.3
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    ISBN: 0521308518 , 052131349X
    Language: English
    Pages: IX, 549 S. , graph. Darst.
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  • 19
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511570896
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (ix, 549 pages)
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    Keywords: Sozialgeschichte ; Social history ; Power (Social sciences)
    Abstract: This is the first part of a three-volume work on the nature of power in human societies. In it, Michael Mann identifies the four principal 'sources' of power as being control over economic, ideological, military, and political resources. He examines the interrelations between these in a narrative history of power from Neolithic times, through ancient Near Eastern civilisations, the classical Mediterranean age, and medieval Europe, up to just before the Industrial Revolution in England. Rejecting the conventional monolithic concept of a 'society', Dr. Mann's model is instead one of a series of overlapping, intersecting power networks. He makes this model operational by focusing on the logistics of power - how the flow of information, manpower, and goods is controlled over social and geographical space-thereby clarifying many of the 'great debates' in sociological theory. The present volume offers explanations of the emergence of the state and social stratification
    Description / Table of Contents: v. 1. A history of power from the beginning to A.D. 1760 -- v. 2. The rise of classes and nation-states, 1760-1914
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  • 20
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9780511570896
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (ix, 549 pages)
    DDC: 303.3
    Abstract: This is the first part of a three-volume work on the nature of power in human societies. In it, Michael Mann identifies the four principal 'sources' of power as being control over economic, ideological, military, and political resources. He examines the interrelations between these in a narrative history of power from Neolithic times, through ancient Near Eastern civilisations, the classical Mediterranean age, and medieval Europe, up to just before the Industrial Revolution in England. Rejecting the conventional monolithic concept of a 'society', Dr. Mann's model is instead one of a series of overlapping, intersecting power networks. He makes this model operational by focusing on the logistics of power - how the flow of information, manpower, and goods is controlled over social and geographical space-thereby clarifying many of the 'great debates' in sociological theory. The present volume offers explanations of the emergence of the state and social stratification.
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