Table of contents for The Social fabric : dimensions and issues / editor, by James F. Short, Jr.


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Preface - James F Short Jr
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
The Social Fabric as Metaphor and Reality - James F Short Jr
PART ONE: HOW IS SOCIAL ORDER POSSIBLE?
From Structure to Order - Neil Smelser
Individual Choice and the Social Order - William J Goode
Institutionalized Public Memory - Mary Douglas
A Conceptual Framework for Measuring Norms - Peter H Rossi and Richard A Berk
The Problem of Order - Morris Zelditch Jr
PART TWO: THE ORWELLIAN VISION: SOCIOLOGICAL INTERPRETATIONS
Orwell as Macro-sociologist - Morris Janowitz
War and Peace in Oceania - Kai Erikson
The Iron fist and the Velvet Glove - Gary T Marx
Totalitarian Potentials Within Democratic Structures
PART THREE: SOCIAL SYSTEMS, INSTITUTIONS, AND PROCESSES
To What Degree is a Social System Dependent on its Resource Base? - William R Catton Jr, Gerhard Lenski, and Fred H Buttel
The Limits and Possibilities of Government - Richard D Schwartz
A Perspective from Sociology of Law
Government and the Making of Social Structure - Thomas S Moore and S M Miller
Wheeling and Annealing - Eric M Leifer and Harrison C White
Federal and Multidivisional Control
Citizen Soldier Versus Economic Man - Charles C Moskos
Social History and the Life Course Perspective on the Family - Irving Tallman
A View from the Bridge
Religion and the Social Fabric - Robert Wuthnow
Media Linkages of the Social Fabric - Sandra Ball-Rokeach
PART FOUR: SCIENCE, SCIENTISTS, AND THE SOCIAL FABRIC
Sociology and the Nuclear Debate - Theodore Caplow
Uses and Control of Knowledge - Harriet Zuckerman
Implications for the Social Fabric



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Sociology -- Congresses.
Social systems -- Congresses.
Social institutions -- Congresses.