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The State Education Commission commissioned a survey in 1986 to determine the nationwide demand for sociology graduates. This involved inquiries into employers' perceived needs and independent assessment. Results have been collected for six types of institution during the period of the seventh...
Acknowledging that sociology's intellectual development is shaped by both autonomous and external influences, the author specifies the impact emanating from cultural, social, scientific and political sources. The main illustrations are from American sociology, but some comparative references are...
The policy statements of the British Conservative government are heavily influenced by `new right' ideology. However, progress towards the declared goals of spending constraint, the expansion of the private sector, a high degree of selectivity in state provision and tax reduction has been slow....
Market towns are identifiable as communities distinct from cities and villages. They are distinguished by mixed populations engaged in concurrent occupations, with industry adapted to market conditions, moderately developed organisations, cultural choice, infrastructure and with a single centre....
Social modernisation is revealed in practice as a substantive process, continuous historically, not identical with Westernisation, in multi-type relations with tradition, and as distinct from economic development, encompasses the general development of the human being. Its main features include...
In Part I, the patrimonial-bureaucratic Muscovite state and the aspects of Russian-Orthodox religion, which led to an attitude of world-indifference, were analysed. In this second part the economic ethics of the Russian Old Believers and of the major sects are analysed and it is shown that the...
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