2 edition of CLASS, CULTURE, AND CAMPAIGNS AGAINST VICE IN THREE AMERICAN CITIES, 1872-1892 found in the catalog.
CLASS, CULTURE, AND CAMPAIGNS AGAINST VICE IN THREE AMERICAN CITIES, 1872-1892
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Online version of print publication AMERICAN SOCOLOGICAL REVIEW v.55, no.1 (February 1990) : 44-62.
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): 17 Crunden, "The Value of a Free Library," The Library Journal 15 (March ): Sociological studies of culture have made significant progress on conceptual clarification of the concept, while remaining comparatively quiescent on questions of measurement.
This study empirically examines internal conflicts (or “infighting”), a ubiquitous phenomenon in political organizing, to propose a “resinous culture framework” that holds promise for by: In this book social change is presented as the main, but not only, “protagonist” in the story of protest over art and culture.
But social change is a slippery concept and has come to mean many different things in sociological analysis. Political Cohesion in Churches. Culture, and Campaigns against Vice in Three American Cities, Nicola Beisel. American Sociological Review, Vol. 55, No.
(Feb., ), pp. I argue that the importance of culture in the reproduction of class positions implies that moral reform movements are a form of class politics. The history of the United States from until covers the Reconstruction Era, the Gilded Age, and the Progressive Era, and includes the rise of industrialization and the resulting surge of immigration in the United article focuses on political, economic, and diplomatic history.
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Author: Helga Cremer-Schäfer.This thesis examines the legal history of regulating early gambling venues in Canada. Two case studies illustrate the manner in which a 'spatially oriented' legal regime emerged: early Chinese gambling dens in Victoria and Vancouver, and racetracks in Ontario.
The term 'spatially oriented' recognizes that gambling law, both past and present, regulates gambling places rather than the activity.5 1 Nicola Beisel, “Class, Culture, and Campaigns Against Vice in Three Am erican Cities,” American Sociological Review (): class conflict.” 5 2 Beisel’s arguments for class conflict constituting a significant part of the basis for anti - porn activism is also supported by a look at the literature targeted at.