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Revolution - A Sociological Interpretation
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Table of Contents

1. Revolutions in the Sociological Imagination. 2. On the Shoulders of Giants:.

Classical Sociological Perspectives on Revolution.

3. Stages, Systems, and Deprivation:.

Non-Structural Theories of Revolution.

4. Revolution in International Context:.

Geo-Political Competition and the Capitalist World-Economy.

5. Class Struggle and Revolution. 6. The State and Revolution. 7. Motivation and Mobilization:.

A Structural Social Psychology of Revolution.

Conclusion.

Bibliography.

About the Author

Michael S. Kimmel is the author of several previous works including Absolutism and its Discontents: State and Society in 17th Century France and England (Transaction, 1987)

Reviews

'Kimmel has written a clear, reflective, critical and comprehensive guide to theories of revolution. Anyone who wants to catch up on current thinking on violent upheaval will do well to begin with this book.'
Charles Tilly, New School for Social Research, New York

'A comprehensive survey of theories of revolution.'
International Review of Social History

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