行為の社会学<br>Conduct : Sociology and Social Worlds (Sociology and Social Worlds) (1ST)

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行為の社会学
Conduct : Sociology and Social Worlds (Sociology and Social Worlds) (1ST)

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  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780719078132
  • DDC分類 301

基本説明

One of three set texts for the new Open University course Making Social Worlds, the book offers an innovative perspective on how individual behaviour is socially patterned.

Full Description


The sociology of conduct is a well-established research field comprising Foucauldian studies on government, power and the individual; sociological approaches to social ordering exemplified in the work of theorists including Max Weber, Norbert Elias and Pierre Bordieu; and the symbolic interactionist work of theorists like G.H. Mead and Erving Goffman. The distinctiveness of this new book, one of three set texts for the new Open University course Making Social Worlds, resides in bringing together canonical sociological figures in a text that is designed to tackle fundamental questions about the social character of ordered and extremely disordered conduct, and which is aimed primarily at undergraduates.The book offers an innovative perspective on how individual behaviour is socially patterned. It draws in part on the massive recent explosion of self-help manuals, television shows, and internet sites designed to produce and sanction particular forms of behaviour. It also taps into the enduring fascination with situations in which extreme and violent conduct is widespread. As such it offers a unique sociological perspective on both mundane, everyday and extreme, exceptional conduct. -- .

Table of Contents

Notes on contributors                              vi
Series preface vii
Liz McFall
Introduction 1 (1)
Paul du Gay and Liz McFall 1 (20)
Organising conduct, making up people 21 (34)
Paul du Gay 21 (34)
Your money or your life: making people 55 (32)
prudent
Liz McFall 55 (32)
Habit, freedom and the governance of social 87 (34)
conduct
Tony Bennett 87 (34)
Governing conduct: violence and social 121(32)
ordering
Francis Dodsworth 121(32)
Human conduct in extreme situations 153(30)
Charles Turner 153(30)
Afterword 183(9)
Liz McFall, Paul du Gay and Simon Carter 183(9)
Acknowledgements 192(2)
Index 194