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Theocharis Grigoriadis

There are strong linkages between religion, bureaucratic organization, citizen preferences, and political regimes. The views of Lipset and Rokkan, Marx, Lukacs, Marcuse, Adorno, Weber, and Durkheim are discussed. The choice of these thinkers relates to the three grand themes that are discussed in the book: (1) The linkage between religion and political regimes in terms of social welfare expectations by the electorate, surveillance incentives, and collectivist distribution by bureaucrats; (2) The religious traditions that shape the administrative structures of local or regional communities; and (3) The different levels of policy discretion, administrative monitoring, and centralization that correspond to different sets of religious norms adopted by citizens and bureaucrats. The critique of conventional social theory treats religion in its key dimensions: as state structure, party cleavage, and social welfare.

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Theodore Koutsobinas

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Theodore Koutsobinas

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Putting Culture in its Place in Political Economy

Ngai-Ling Sum and Bob Jessop

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Putting Culture in its Place in Political Economy

Ngai-Ling Sum and Bob Jessop

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Introduction

Putting Culture in its Place in Political Economy

Ngai-Ling Sum and Bob Jessop

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Putting Culture in its Place in Political Economy

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Putting Culture in its Place in Political Economy

Ngai-Ling Sum and Bob Jessop