Social Change and Modernization: Lessons from Eastern Europe

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Bruno Grancelli
Walter de Gruyter, 1995 - 313 pagina's
 

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Inhoudsopgave

Who Should Learn What?
3
Projects and Processes
11
Lessons From and For Eastern
19
The Problem
45
Statedependent Workers and Social Mobilization in Soviet
55
Basic Modes of CrisisAdaptation
57
Continuity or Change in Russian Economy
63
Russian Entrepreneurs and their Contribution to Social Change
69
Memorandum for Modernity
171
Participation at the Firm Level in the Transformation Process
181
A Managerial Initiative Rejected
188
Combining Voice and Loyalty
190
The Fine Art of Learning and Forgetting
197
Learning to Forget
204
Emulation Selective Incorporation
213
Modernization and Convergence
223

Conclusion
77
The Agents of Domestic Change
91
Cultural change with Foreign Participation
97
A Comparative View
107
PostSocialist Organizations
114
Concluding Remarks
125
Elites
131
Society and Elites in Transition
134
Types of Political Elite
142
Types of Elites and the Quality of Transition
149
The Retraditionalisation of Ex
155
Rebureaucratization and NewOld Liasons
161
Conclusion
229
The Core of Postcommunist
235
Three Heuristic Sources and their Tentative Applications
239
Conclusion
246
Lessons for East Europe
256
From PostCommunism to PostModernity?Economy and Society
265
The Negative Sociology of Analysis of Economic Reform
274
From PostCommunism to PostModernity?
285
Notes on Contributors
295
Namelndex
309
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