Sociology and Ideology

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Eliezer Ben Rafael
BRILL, Jan 1, 2003 - Social Science - 144 pages
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When examining how the social sciences have dealt with ideology, one's first impression is often one of considerable confusion. Sociology in particular is the scene of heated debates about ideology. These debates go sometimes so far as to echo doubts of participants with regard to their opponents' scientific endeavor, even straightforward denials of their scientific status. This volume brings together a series of articles that throw light on selected aspects of this intricate matter by well-known sociologists Boudon, Wittrock, Arnason, Touraine, Smolicz, Secombe, Wieviorka, Ben-Rafael and Sternberg.
  

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Contents

JOHANN P ARNASON
19
ALAIN TOURAINE
41
JERZYJ SMOLICZ and MARGARET J SECOMBE
53
MICHEL WIEVIORKA
79
BjORN WlTTROCK
101
ELIEZER BENRAFAEL and YITZHAK STERNBERG
119
Index of Persons
135
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Eliezer Ben-Rafael, Ph.D (1974) in Sociology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is Weinberg Professor of Political Sociology at the University of Tel-Aviv