Erik Olin Wright's Classes was hailed on publication, by the American Journal of Sociology , as "almost certain to be the most important book on social classes" of the decade. Wright presented a bold attempt--through the subtle use of the tools of analytical Marxism--to resolve some of the long-standing problems in contemporary class theory. The Debate on Classes brings together major critics of Wright's work to assess the adequacy of his theory. From differing perspectives, they deploy a range of empirical data--from ...

The Debate on Classes 1998, Verso, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781859842805

Trade paperback

Select
The Debate on Classes 1990, Verso, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780860919667

Trade paperback

Select