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Exploring British Society

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Abstract

This chapter reviews and summarises the principal debates and findings of research on British society carried out in the period of expansion from 1945 to 1979. Research activity is mapped onto the various departments in which it was carried out. Topics covered include theoretical debates on structure, function, conflict, and action, and empirical research on class and stratification, community and kinship, race and ethnicity, crime and deviance, work, industry, and organisation, and religion.

Keywords

Theory Stratification Community Work Crime Ethnicity 

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