This second set in the 8 volume series covers the development of social theory from 1920-2000.
VOLUME FIVE PART ONE: SOCIAL ACTION, BASIC PROCESSES OF INTERACTION Section One: Rationality and Extra-rationality of Action Theories of Bounded Rationality - Herbert Simon Social Mechanisms Without Black Boxes - Raymond Boudon Section Two: Communication Communication Research and the Social Psychologist - Paul Lazarsfeld The Spiral of Silence - Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann A Theory of Public Opinion Section Three: Social Exchange Human Exchange - George Caspar Homans Section Four: Influence, Authority, Power On the Concept of Political Power - Talcott Parsons Section Five: Collective Action The Logic of Collective Action - Mancur Olson Live and Let Live - Robert Axelrod How to Explain Cooperation Between Antagonists PART TWO: SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS Section One: Contract Social and Political Freedom in Constitutional Contract - James M Buchanan A Theory of Justice - John Rawls Section Two: Organizations Power and Uncertainty in Organization - Michel Crozier The Behavioural Theory of the Firm - R M Cyert and J G March Section Three: Social Control and Deviant Behaviour Social Structure and Anomie - Robert K Merton Section Four: Processes of Socialization and Socializing Agencies A Sociolistic Approach to Socialization - Basil Bernstein The Elementary Structures of Kinship - Claude L[ac]evi-Strauss Marriage, Authority and Final Causes - George C Homans and David M Scheider Section Five: Political Institutions The Common Principals of Liberal Democracy and the Market - Joseph A Schumpeter How Political Ideologies Change to Gain Votes - Anthony Downs VOLUME SIX PART TWO: SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS Section Six: Nation and State The Structure of Stateless Society - E E Evans-Pritchard Social Conditions and the Institutionalization of the Politcal System - S N Eisenstadt Section Seven: Elites 'Power Elite' or 'Veto Groups'? - William Kornhauser PART THREE: SOCIAL STRUCUTRE Section One: Interdependence and Networks The Tragedy of the Commons - Garrett Hardin Economic Action and Social Structure - Mark Granovetter The Problem of Embeddedness Section Two: Positions Role and Status Homo Sociologicus - Ralf Dahrendorf Section Three: Division of Labor The Human Problems of Management - Fritz Roethlisberger, William Dickson and Harold Wright Hierarchies Against Free-Riding - O E Williamson Section Four: Social Stratification Some Principals of Stratification - Kingsley Davis and Wilbert E Moore On the Origins of Inequality Among Men - Ralf Dahrendorf Section Five: Social Mobility Mechanisms of Social Setting - Pitirim A Sorokin Social Mobility and Equity - Mohamed Cherkaoui Section Six: Integration and Segregation Micromotives and Macrobehaviours - Thomas C Schelling The Duel as Outcomes of Unintended Coordination - Russell Hardin The Roots of Cohesion - Ernest Gellner PART FOUR: SOCIAL REPRESENTATIONS Section One: Collective Beliefs The Explanation of Collective Beliefs - Melford E Spiro Is Everyday Thought Magical? - Richard A Shweder Section Two: Magical Beliefs How to Explain Magic Rationally - E E Evans-Pritchard Are There Magical Beliefs? - Ludwig Wittgenstein Section Three: Norms and Values Comparing Values in Societies with Common Roots - Seymour Martin Lipset Normative Feelings Produced by Market Processes - Daniel Kahnemann, Jack L Knetsch and Richard Thaler Explainig the Feelings of Justice - Raymond Boudon and Emmanuelle Betton VOLUME SEVEN PART FOUR: SOCIAL REPRESENTATIONS Section Four: Religious Beliefs Some Forms of Religion - Thomas Luckmann Section Five: Scientific Beliefs Back to Durkheim? Religion and Science - Robin Horton The Myth of the Framework - Karl Popper Section Six: Ideologies and Worldviews Ideology as a Cultural System - Clifford Geertz Section Seven: Culture and Tastes How to Explain Artistic Forms Cognitively - Erwin Panofsky Section Eight: Intellectuals Intellectuals and Tradition - S N Eisenstadt PART FIVE: SOCIAL CHANGE Section One: Innovation When an Innovation Produces a Chain Reaction - Lynn White Jr Section Two: Processes of Change, Factors of Change Social Differentiation as a Factor in Social Change - Renate Mayntz The Mechanisms of Change and Adjustments of Change - Neil J Smelser Structural Change in Social Process - Gudmund Hernes Section Three: Social Movements and Conflicts Towards a Theory of Revolution - James C Davies A Sociological Theory of Mobilization - Anthony Oberschall Section Four: Development and Modernization The Tunnel Effect - Albert O Hirschman Expectation and Reference Group A Simple Reproduction Model - Amit Bhaduri Section Five: Social Evolution Kosmos and Taxis - F A Hayek A Theory of Institutional Change - Douglass C North PART SIX: THEORETICAL GENERAL ORIENTATIONS Section One: Positivism An Empiricist Model of Stratification - Peter M Blau and Otis Dudley Duncan Section Two: Critical Sociology Critical Sociology - J[um]urgen Habermas Section Three: Interpretive Sociologies The Concept of Generalized Other - George H Mead How Common-Sense Anthropology Can Be Used - Erving Goffman VOLUME EIGHT PART SIX: THEORETICAL GENERAL ORIENTATIONS Section Four: Marxism Dialectic and Explanation - Jon Elster Section Five: Utilitarianism and Rational Choice Theory An Assessment of the New Political Economy - Siegwart Lindenberg Section Six: Methodological Individualism Against Sociologism - Fran[ce]cois Bourricaud Section Seven: Functionalism Manifest and Latent Functions - Robert K Merton Section Eight: Structuralism On Social Structure - A R Radcliffe-Brown Section Nine: Macrostructural Theory How Sociological Theorems Can Be Deduced from an Axiomatic - Peter Blau The Question of Structural Constraints - Anthony Giddens PART SEVEN: PROBLEMS IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES Section One: Description, Classification, Modelling Polythetic Classification - Rodney Needham Section Two: Explaining, Understanding, Interpreting Wittgenstein's Epistemology and the Understanding of Society - Peter Winch Thinking and Social Context - Yehoshua Bar-Hillel Section Three: The Micro-Macro Link Biases of Social Policy as Consequences of Micro-Macro Problems - James S Coleman The Integration of Social Theory and Social Research - John H Goldthorpe Section Four: Mathematical Sociology Bandwagon and Underdog Effects of Election Predictions - Herbert A Simon Rational-Choice Theories of Anticipatory Socialization and Anticipatory Non-Socialization - Kazuo Yamaguchi PART EIGHT: RELATIONS WITH OTHER SOCIAL SCIENCES Section One: Psychology Cognitive Dissonance - Leon Festinger, Henry W Riecken and Stanley Schachter The Notion of Cognitive Bliss - Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman Section Two: Economics Human Capital and the Rise and Fall of Families - Gary Becker and Nigel Tomes Does Punishment Deter Crime? - Gordon Tullock Section Three: History Causes of Revolutionary Situations - Charles Tilly Section Four: Demography Demographic Theories - Joseph Spengler and Nathan Keyfitz Section Five: Linguistics The Relation of Habitual Thought and Behaviour to Language - Benjamin Lee Whorf