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Title:
Marxism and social science
Author:
Gamble, Andrew.
Publication Information:
Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 1999.
Physical Description:
ix, 381 pages ; 22 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780252025013

9780252068164
Format :
Book

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Central Library HX541.5 .M346 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area
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Summary

Argues that Marxism continues as a living tradition, a system of thought that is relevant and instructive to other theoretical positions and contemporary world changes. This book addresses Marxism's engagement with other perspectives in social science, including feminism, the New Right, postmodernism, and more.


Table of Contents

Andrew GambleStevi JacksonMichael KennyGlyn DalyAndrew GambleTony TantJim Johnston and David P. DolowitzColin HayChris PiersonCharlie McMahonTrevor PurvisDaryl GlaserJohn BarrySimon BromleyNeil RobinsonDavid Marsh
Notes on the Contributorsp. vii
1 Why Bother with Marxism?p. 1
Part 1 Critical Engagements
2 Marxism and Feminismp. 11
3 Marxism and Regulation Theoryp. 35
4 Marxism and Postmodernityp. 61
5 Marxism and New Right Theoryp. 85
6 Marxism as Social Sciencep. 104
Part 2 Substantive Issues
7 Marxism and Social Classp. 129
8 Marxism and the Statep. 152
9 Marxism and the Welfare Statep. 175
10 Marxism and Culturep. 195
11 Marxism and Nationalismp. 217
12 Marxism and Democracyp. 239
13 Marxism and Ecologyp. 259
14 Marxism and Globalisationp. 280
15 Marxism, Communism and Post-communismp. 302
16 Resurrecting Marxismp. 320
Bibliographyp. 341
Indexp. 373

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