Social Change and Modernization: Lessons from Eastern Europe

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Bruno Grancelli
Walter de Gruyter, 24 jun. 2011 - 324 pagina's
 

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Inhoudsopgave

5 Reperipherialization as Retraditionalisation
165
6 Memorandum for Modernity
171
7 The New Nationalism Anathema of Reason?
174
References
177
Participation at the Firm Level in the Transformation Process Three blank slips of paper and a pigeon feather
181
2 The Role of Participation in the Labour Relations System
182
3 The Forms and Dimensions of Participation
183
4 The Role and Importance of Participation in the Hungarian Labour Relations System
184

Part One The Actors of Change
43
The Problem of StateDependent Workers
45
2 The Emergence of State Dependency as a Historical Process
47
3 StateDependent Worker and the Basic Social Groups
49
4 Statedependent Workers and Social Mobilization in Soviet Society
55
5 Basic Modes of CrisisAdaptation
57
6 State Populism in the Russian Republic
58
References
60
Continuity or Change in Russian Economy and Society?
63
2 Modernization the Russian Transition and Entrepreneurs
65
3 Russian Entrepreneurs and their Contribution to Social Change
69
4 Conclusion
77
References
81
The Role of Management in the Postcommunist Enterprises
83
The legacy of the past
86
3 The Agents of Domestic Change
91
4 Cultural change with Foreign Participation
97
5 Local Managerial Skills
102
References
104
A Comparative View
107
2 The Socialist Enterprise
108
3 PostSocialist Organizations
114
4 Concluding Remarks
125
References
128
Elites as InstitutionBuilders
131
2 Market and Democracy
132
3 Communism and Civil Society
133
4 Society and Elites in Transition
134
5 Elites as Institution Builders
136
6 Functional and Stratificational Perspectives on Elites
137
7 Design and Spontaneity
138
8 Strategies of Institution Building
139
9 Types of Political Elite
142
10 Systemic Obstacles to Postcommunist Transformation
147
11 Types of Elites and the Quality of Transition
149
References
151
Part Two Globalization Retraditionalisation and Societal Modernisation
153
The Retraditionalisation of Ex and PostYugoslavian Society
155
2 A Contradictory Coalition and its Inherent Dilemmas
157
3 Rebureaucratization and NewOld Liasons
161
4 On the Fringes of the Global System
163
5 Changes in the Role and Place of Participation within the Labour Relations System since 1989
186
6 A Managerial Initiative Rejected
188
7 Combining Voice and Loyalty
190
8 Changes Towards a Threedimensional System of Participation
192
References
195
The Fine Art of Learning and Forgetting
197
The rise and fall of what used to be everybodys favourite fairy tale
198
3 The Discreet Charm of Simple Choices
200
4 From Simple Choice to a Choice Matrix
202
5 Learning to Forget
204
6 The Crowded Boat
207
8 Hybrid Theories for Hybrid Systems
208
References
211
Emulation Selective Incorporation and Modernization
213
2 CrossSocietal Emulation and Selective Incorporation
216
3 Other Conceptual and Analytical Problems
218
4 Modernization and Convergence
223
5 Globalization Not Convergence
224
6 Comparative Dynamics and Modernization
226
7 Conclusion
229
References
230
Lessons for and from Eastern Europe
233
The Core of Postcommunist Transition
235
2 Culturalcivilizational Analysis
237
3 Three Heuristic Sources and their Tentative Applications
239
4 Conclusion
246
Lessons for and from Eastern Europe
249
2 Rethinking Modernization
251
3 Lessons for East Europe
256
4 Lessons from Eastern Europe
260
References
263
From PostCommunism to PostModernity? Economy and Society in Eastern European Transformations
265
2 Changing Patterns of Modernization
267
3 The Negative Sociology of Analysis of Economic Reform
274
4 Bringing Sociology Back In
278
5 From PostCommunism to PostModernity?
285
References
290
Notes on Contributors
295
Subject Index
299
Name Index
309
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