This vibrant collection of essays offers a profound and timely assessment of issues surrounding the concept of social control, and indicates its significance for the new political orders developing in contemporary Europe. The contributors debate the issues relating to the future of social control from a range of perspectives. They outline its history and politics in both the Anglo-American sociology and the Hispanic world; they discuss the weaknesses of the concept, and assess its relevance for contemporary Europe.
Social Control and Political Order
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European Perspectives at the End of the Century
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