Macro-micro linkages in sociology / Joan Huber, editor.
Contributor(s): Huber, JoanMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Series: American Sociological Association presidential seriesPublisher: Newbury Park, Calif. : Sage Publications, c1991Description: 298 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780803941038; 9780803941045; 0803941048; 0803941048 (pbk.)Subject(s): Macrosociology | Microsociology | Sociology -- United StatesDDC classification: 301 LOC classification: HM24 | .M1755 1991Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents only | WorldCat details
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Macro-micro linkages in sociology.
Newbury Park, Calif. : Sage Publications, c1991
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of contents Macro-micro links in gender stratification / Joan Huber --
Metatheoretical issues: The microfoundations of social structure: an exchange perspective / Karen S. Cook. From exchange to structure / Michael Hechter. The problem of identity in collective action / Craig Calhoun. The micro-macro dilemma in organizational research: implications of role-system theory / Paul DiMaggio. The truly disadvantaged: a synopsis / William Julius Wilson. Levels in the logic of macro-historical explanation / Morris Zelditch, Jr. --
Perspectives on gender stratification: Historical change and the ritual production of gender / Randall Collins. Women and the wealth and well-being of nations: macro-micro interrelationships / Rae Lesser Blumberg. Parenthood, work, and women / Samuel H. Preston. Perspectives on social issues: Creating inequality in the schools: a structural perspective / Alan C. Kerckhoff. Labor markets as queues: a structural approach to changing occupational sex composition / Barbara F. Reskin. The two faces of divorce: women's and children's interests / Sara S. McLanahan. Mountains or molehills: just what's so bad about aging societies anyway? / Timothy M. Smeeding --
Demographic perspectives: Multilevel analysis in the study of social institutions and demographic change / Karen Oppenheim Mason. Problems in quantitative comparative analysis: ugly ducklings are to swans as ugly scatter plots are to ...? / William M. Mason. Poor people and poor places: deciphering neighborhood effects on poverty outcomes / Marta Tienda. Markets, states, nations, and bedrooms in western Europe, 1870-1960 / Susan Cott Watkins. Micro-macro theoretical linkages in social demography: a commentary / Barbara Entwisle.