By Kenneth Tucker
The ebook is the main whole and thorough evaluation of Giddens' paintings at present to be had. It comprises insights from many alternative views into his thought of structuration, his paintings at the formation of cultural identities and the destiny of the geographical region. This far-reaching paintings additionally touches on matters akin to the transformation of contemporary intimacy and sexuality, and the destiny of politics in overdue smooth society.
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Anthony Giddens and Modern Social Theory by Kenneth Tucker