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The narrative constitution of identity: A relational and network approach
justice. Women, by contrast, were believed to be at a lower stage because they were found to have a sense of agency still tied primarily to their social relationships and to make political and moralExpand
Genealogies of Citizenship: Markets, Statelessness, and the Right to Have Rights
1. Theorizing citizenship rights and statelessness Part I. Citizenship Imperilled: How Marketization Creates Social Exclusion, Statelessness, and Rightlessness: 2. Genealogies of Katrina: theExpand
The Uses of Comparative History in Macrosocial Inquiry
Comparative history is not new. As long as people have investigated social life, there has been recurrent fascination with juxtaposing historical patterns from two or more times or places. Part ofExpand
From Poverty to Perversity: Ideas, Markets, and Institutions over 200 Years of Welfare Debate
To understand the rise of market fundamentalism from the margins of influence to mainstream hegemony, we compare the U.S. 1996 Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunities Reconciliation Act andExpand
Narrativity, Narrative Identity, and Social Action: Rethinking English Working-Class Formation
The nineteenth-century English working class bears a most peculiar burden and embodies a most peculiar paradox. Like Auden’s academic warriors who spar with “smiles and Christian names,” historians,Expand
Toward a New Sociology of Rights: A Genealogy of “Buried Bodies” of Citizenship and Human Rights
Although a thriving social science literature in citizenship has emerged in the past two decades, to date there exists neither a sociology of rights nor a sociology of human rights. TheoreticalExpand
Citizenship and the Place of the Public Sphere: Law, Community, and Political Culture in the Transition to Democracy
A partir du travail socio-historique de T. H. Marshall « Citizenship and Social Class » sur les variations regionales des pratiques de citoyennete parmi les communautes travailleuses anglaises du 18Expand
Symposium on Historical Sociology and Rational Choice Theory "We're No Angels": Realism, Rational Choice, and Relationality in Social Science1
An alarm has been sounded that historical sociology is subverting the theoretical aims of social science. Criticizing an array of widely influential scholars, Kiser and Hechter propose that rationalExpand
Narrating and Naturalizing Civil Society and Citizenship Theory: The Place of Political Culture and the Public Sphere
L'A. s'interroge sur la nature du concept de culture politique. Il montre que celui-ci est enracine dans un contexte historique qui implique une culture politique propre. Il s'efforce donc deExpand