CLASS AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
Bringing Classes Back into the Theory of Society
Culture as the Missing Link Between Class and Collective Action
PART ONE: MODERNIZING THE NOTION OF CLASS
Contradictions and Social Evolution
A Theory of the Role of Class in the Production of Modernity
Beyond Class as a Historical Subject
Towards a Theoretical Construction of Collective Actors
PART TWO: RECONNECTING CULTURE AND CLASS
Culture and Class
Bourdieu's Culturalist Refraction of the Traditional Theory of Class
The Cognitive Representations of Social Inequality
A Sociological Account of the Cultural Basis of Modern Class Society
PART THREE: THE THEORY OF NEW SOCIAL MOVEMENTS: A CHALLENGE TO CLASS THEORY?
A New Social Movement?
The Continuing Vitality of the Theory of the 'New Social Movements'
Counterculture Movements against Modernity
Nature as a New Field of Class Struggle?
PART FOUR: NEW CLASS CONFLICTS? THE THEORY OF MIDDLE CLASS RADICALISM
The 'New Social Movements'
Moral Crusades, Political Pressure Groups, or a Social Movement?
Does Social Class Matter in the Study of Social Movements?
A New Theory of Middle Class Radicalism
CONCLUSION: BEYOND TRADITIONAL CLASS THEORY
From the Crisis of Class Politics to the Critique of Class Politics
Reflecting the Role of 'Crisis Discourses' in Modern Society