Table of contents for Institutions and social conflict / Jack Knight.

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1. Introduction
2. The primary importance of distributional conflict
3. Institutions and strategic choice: information, sanctions and social expectations
4. The spontaneous emergence of social institutions: contemporary theories of institutional change
5. The spontaneous emergence of social institutions: a bargaining theory of emergence and change
6. Stability and change: conflicts over formal institutions
7. Conclusion

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Social institutions, Social conflict, Organizational sociology