April 19, 2007

· orgtheory · Sociology

Articles from this year’s Annual Review of Sociology are starting to appear online in advance of their hardcopy publication, and in a tasty new layout, too. It’s a good year for people interested in social organization, economic sociology and culture. The essays include:

The Consequences of Economic Globalization for Affluent Democracies by David Brady, Jason Beckfield and Wei Zhao.

Toward a Historicized Sociology: Theorizing Events, Processes, and Emergence, by Lis Clemens.

The Global Diffusion of Public Policies: Social Construction, Coercion, Competition, or Learning?, by Frank Dobbin, Beth Simmons and Geoff Garrett.

The Sociology of Markets, by Neil Fligstein and Luke Dauter.

Moral Views of Market Society, by Marion Fourcade and Kieran Healy.

Embeddedness and the Intellectual Projects of Economic Sociology, by Greta Krippner and Anthony Alvarez.

The Niche as a Theoretical Tool, by Pam Popielarz and Zachary Neal.

Bourdieu in American Sociology, 1980–2004, by Jeff Sallaz and Jane Zavisca.

That should keep you going for a while.

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I am Associate Professor of Sociology at Duke University. I’m affiliated with the Kenan Institute for Ethics, the Markets and Management Studies program, and the Duke Network Analysis Center.



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