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This essay is an attempt to look at the way economic sociology has changed during the paradigm crisis in the United States and Sweden The article starts out by arguing that economic sociology - especially in mainstream American sociology - has had a distinct tendency to separate 'economy' from...
The article is a revised version of two contributions made by the authors to the Symposium on Sociobiology and the State held at the College of Wooster. Ohio, on 11 April 1984. The authors view the impact of biologism (and especially sociobiology) on the study of man, politics and international...
During the last decade the segmentation theory approach has been very popular among labour-market researchers It has been attempted to use this theory to explain differentiation and marginalization on the labour market in many European countries. This article describes a Danish research project...
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