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While Pierre Bourdieu is clearly one of the most important living sociologists, there are problems with his theory of practice, his methodology, and his conception of science. In an attempt to overcome the subjectivist/objectivist divide, Bourdieu has developed his theory of human practice. This...
The paper reviews a case of local/international union conflict in the settlement of a supermarket strike and suggests that the assertion of local labor interests is central to the revival of U.S. unionism. The strike was led by the United Food and Commercial Workers Union (UFCW) against the...
This paper uses 1980s and 1990s data on xenophobia and ethnoviolence in Germany to organize theoretical arguments holding capitalism, social change, group threat or political culture responsible for the observed patterns. The selected indicators of xenophobia and ethnoviolence reflect mixed...
This paper identifies five ideological themes constructed within a mining company's health and safety discourse. While recognizing the contradictory aspects of these themes, it is argued that each theme operates in different ways, both in isolation and in various combinations, to reproduce labor...
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