Unraveling Ties

From Social Cohesion to New Practices of Connectedness

Edited by Yehuda Elkana, Ivan Krastev, Elisio Macamo, and Shalini Randeria

Unraveling Ties
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Edited by Yehuda Elkana, Ivan Krastev, Elisio Macamo, and Shalini Randeria

Distributed for Campus Verlag

370 pages | 6 x 8 | © 2002
Paper $47.00 ISBN: 9783593368467 Published October 2002
Unraveling Ties is a unique addition to current debates in sociology—a compilation of essays mapping the creation of community life in a modern world that often appears alienating, cold, and even threatening. Topics range from family life and friendship to the integral role of the deviant in society. The result is a thoughtful, meticulously researched volume that will be useful to sociologists, economists, and anyone interested in the creation of community in a decentralized and rapidly globalizing world.
Contents
Preface
Yehuda Elkana
 
Unraveling Ties:  Disciplinary Legacies and Changing Cartographies
Elísio S. Macamo, Ivan Krastev, Shalini Randeria
 
Part I:  Notions
 
Bindung - Exploring the Issues
Franz-Xaver Kaufmann
 
Cohesion, Attachment, Commitment
Eberhard Ortland
 
Part II:  Confessions - Friendship, Blat, Networks
 
The Politics of Friendship:  Classic and Contemporary Concerns
Oleg Kharkhordin
 
A Moral Economy of Anti-Corruption Sentiments in Eastern Europe
Ivan Krastev
 
Ties that Might Heal:  Testimonials, Solidarity, and Antiretrovirals in West Africa
Vinh-Kim Nguyen
 
Biographical Knots
Elísio Macamo
 
Lonely Ever More:  Kinship, Consumption and the Formation of  Social Ties
Elizabeth C. Dunn
 
Part III:  Memories
 
From Ties that Bind to Ties that Relieve.  Eigensinn and Bindung Among Industrial Workers in 20th Century Germany
Alf Lüdtke
 
Entangled Memories.  Bindung and Identity
Heike Schmidt
 
Comment:  The Cohesive Force of Forgetting - When Can We Forget and On What Terms?
Jennifer Balint
 
Part IV:  Inventions - Citizenship/Work
Bindung and Unemployment in Late Nineteenth-Century Germany
Bénédicte Zimmerman
 
The Discrete Charm of Dual Citizenship:  Citizenship Ties, Trust and the >>Pink Card<<
Ayse S. Çaglar
 
Why Do Megamergers Fail?  The Ties that Bind or the Sometimes Unwanted Cohesive Force of Corporate Identity
Cord Jakobeit
 
Part V:  Visions
 
Value Pluralism and Moral Universalism
Hans Joas
 
Entangled Histories of Uneven Modernities:  Civil Society, Caste Solidarities and Legal Pluralism in Post-Colonial India
Shalini Randeria
 
Bindung: A Processual Approach
Sally Humphreys
 
Intuitions
The Inevitable Weakening of Social Bonds (Bindung)
Alain Touraine
 
Post-script
Re-connecting Ties
Helga Nowotny
 
Editors
Contributors
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