Global Inequalities Beyond Occidentalism (Global by Manuela Boatca

By Manuela Boatca

In accordance with theoretical advancements in study on world-systems research, transnational migration, postcolonial and decolonial views, while contemplating continuities of inequality styles within the context of colonial and postcolonial realities, worldwide Inequalities past Occidentalism proposes an unique framework for the learn of the long term replica of inequalities below worldwide capitalism. With consciousness to the serious evaluation of either Marxist and Weberian views, this ebook examines the broader implications of moving classical techniques to inequality to a twenty-first-century context, calling for a reconceptualisation of inequality that's either theoretically trained and methodologically constant, and ready to cater for the consequences of shifts from nationwide and Western buildings to worldwide constructions. attractive with methods to the examine of sophistication, gender, racial and ethnic inequalities on the worldwide point, this leading edge paintings adopts a relational viewpoint within the research of social inequalities that's capable of exhibit how ancient interdependencies among global areas have translated as approaches of inequality construction and replica. As such, will probably be of curiosity to students of sociology, political and social thought and anthropology excited by questions of globalisation and inequality.

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Nay more, they are reactionary, for they try to roll back the wheel of history. If by chance they are revolutionary, they are so only in view of their impending transfer into the proletariat, they thus defend not their present, but their future interests, they desert their own standpoint to place themselves at the service of the proletariat. e. it is a very crude form of slavery already present at the stage of tribal ownership. As such, it will only develop further “with the increase of population, the growth of wants, and with the extension of external relations, both of war and of barter” (Marx and Engels 1977b: 168).

1 A minimal academic consensus as to the core of Marx’s sociology of social inequality is outlined below. 1 In a survey of mainstream German approaches to social inequality, Rainer Geißler (2002: 141) spoke of the “German Sonderweg of social structure analysis”, in which the appropriateness of social classes and social strata as categories of analysis of postindustrial Western societies was seriously questioned during a decade-long debate. Geißler noted that no corresponding rejection of Marxist terminology can be found elsewhere in Europe, or, for that matter, in North America.

Unlike Marxist political economy, Weber’s theory of culture did not easily translate into a macrosociology of inequalities. At the macrostructural level, it was therefore primarily in civilisational analysis that Weberian sociology was most clearly applied to the study of global cultural dynamics. In briefly reviewing notions of the global dynamics of civilisations put forward by Shmuel Eisenstadt and Samuel Huntington, Chapter 7 shows how an emphasis on tensions within and clashes between civilisations serves to reassert both the uniqueness of the West and its ontological autonomy.

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