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August 2012 | 208 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This concise and accessible textbook overviews the place and continuing centrality of the concept of class in cultural studies and sociology.

The book reopens the debates over class and culture that were very nearly closed down in postmodernism. Andrew Milner offers readers a critical introduction to the Marxist and Weberian accounts of class and relates the significance of class in the new social movements. He also looks at class politics and trends in the character of class relations.

The Strange Death of Class
Marxist Theories of Class
Sociological Theories of Class
Cultural Studies and Class
Class, Postmodernism and the Intelligentsia

Great overview of class theories. Easy tounderstand great for students

Dr Wendy Podd
Faculty of Education and Society, Sunderland University
October 1, 2009

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