From Culture to Power

From Culture to Power

The Sociology of English Canada

Book - 1989
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Oxford University Press
Twenty-five years ago the cultural values of Canadians were believed to be largely responsible for the country's patterns of economic development, politics, and inequality. Today, these patterns are explained in terms of the way power is distributed. In this study, Brym and Fox attribute the shift in viewpoint to the growing influence of various currents of Marxism and feminism in Canadian sociology. In light of these trends, they analyze the Marxist critique of conventional sociology in the 1970s and the feminist critique of Marxist sociology in the 1980s.

Publisher: Toronto :, Oxford University Press,, [1989]
Edition: 25th anniversary edition
Copyright Date: © 1989
© 2015
ISBN: 9780195406894
Characteristics: xxi, 199 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Fox, Bonnie 1948-- Author


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