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About the Author
DAVID MARSH is Professor of Politics, University of Birmingham.
TONY TANT is Senior Lecturer in Applied Social Studies, University of Plymouth.
Table of Contents
Why Bother with Marxism? A.Gamble.- PART 1: CRITICAL ENGAGEMENTS.- Marxism and Feminism; S.Jackson.- Marxism and Regulation Theory; M.Kenny.- Marxism and Postmodernity; G.Daly.- Marxism and New Right Theory; A.Gamble.- Marxism as Social Science? T.Tant.- PART 2: SUBSTANTIVE ISSUES.- Marxism and Social Class; J.Johnston & D.Dolowitz.- Marxism and the State; C.Hay.- Marxism and the Welfare State; C.Pierson.- Marxism and Culture; C.McMahon.- Marxism and Nationalism; T.Purvis.- Marxism and Democracy; D.Glaser.- Marxism and Ecology; J.Barry.- Marxism and Globalisation; S.Bromley.- Marxism, Communism and Post-Communism; N.Robinson.- Resurrecting Marxism; D.Marsh.
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[A] lucid survey of the two-way traffic of ideas between Marxism and alternative theories [and] an accessible, critical introduction to each of the themes...consistently high quality of writing and argumentation...[A] touchstone in the debate over the continuing relevance of this tradition in social science after the collapse of historical communism.' - Alejandro Colás, Millennium
'A well presented and well written text that covers many of the most relevant areas of contemporary discussion.' - Bob Millward, University of Central Lancashire
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