The Established and the Outsiders
January 1994 | 240 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
The Established and the Outsiders is a classic text from two major figures in the world of sociology. Developing a series of theoretical concepts essential to the understanding of such sociological configurations as ethnic and gender relations, Norbert Elias and John L. Scotson analyze the effects and experiences of those within--and without--the boundaries of traditional society. Through the evaluation of community, the authors apply microcosmic study to macrocosmic philosophy and planning; mutual identification and functional democratization are among the topics discussed in this context. Offering its first English language introduction, the second edition of this enduring work remains requisite reading for students and scholars of social theory, sociology, and anthropology.
Considerations of Procedure
Neighbourhood Relations in the Making
Overall Picture of Zone 1 and Zone 2
The Mother-Centred Families of Zone 2
Local Associations and the 'Old Families' Network'
Overall Picture of Zone 3
Observations on Gossip
Young People in Winston Parva