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Title Detraditionalization : critical reflections on authority and identity / edited by Paul Heelas, Scott Lash, and Paul Morris.
Published Cambridge, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, 1996
Detail ix, 347 p. ; 24 cm
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Added Author Heelas, Paul
  Lash, Scott
  Morris, Paul (Paul M.)
  Heelas, Paul. Introduction: Detraditionalization and its Rivals
  Beck-Gernsheim, Elisabeth. Individualization and 'Precarious Freedoms': Perspectives and Controversies of a Subject-orientated Sociology
  Beck, Ulrich. Individualization and 'Precarious Freedoms': Perspectives and Controversies of a Subject-orientated Sociology
  Bauman, Zygmunt. Morality in the Age of Contingency
  Luhmann, Niklas. Complexity, Structural Contingencies and Value Conflicts
  Luckmann, Thomas. The Privatization of Religion and Morality
  Thompson, John B. Tradition and Self in a Mediated World
  Luke, Timothy W. Identity, Meaning and Globalization: Detraditionalization in Postmodern Space-time Compression
  Adam, Barbara, 1945-. Detraditionalization and the Certainty of Uncertain Futures
  Campbell, Colin. Detraditionalization, Character and the Limits to Agency
  Sennett, Richard. The Foreigner
  Heelas, Paul. On Things not being Worse, and the Ethic of Humanity
  Morris, Paul. Community Beyond Tradition
  Lash, Scott. Tradition and the Limits of Difference
  Poster, Mark. Databases as Discourse, or Electronic Interpellations
  Rose, Nikolas. Authority and the Genealogy of Subjectivity
  University of Lancaster. Centre for the Study of Cultural Values
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