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This article argues the need to turn back from a postmodernist pivot in social analysis to Marxism in theory and class analysis. We argue this point in regard to two contemporary issues of critical sociology: the dynamics of a growing worldwide ecological crisis and the current dynamics of the...
A rapidly changing ‘society’ that requires ‘new units of analysis’, ‘new roles for sociology’, and new democratic commitment to ‘the publics’ has implications for the identity and calling of sociology. In this so-called ‘identity crisis’, some sociologists have introduced the...
This article engages multiple perspectives to consider how forms of world-economic integration allow for developed countries to treat less developed countries as supply depots to satisfy their unsustainable resource consumption levels. Particular attention is paid to the role of ecologically...
Using class-focused Marxist theory we examine the received category of the informal sector in order to demonstrate two results. First, we explicate the process of ‘making’ the informal sector in terms of the formal sector. Derived from a centrist logic that shapes the mainstream development...
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