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Ulrich Beck on Weber - Dictionary of Arguments

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Max Weber/Beck: Max Weber saw - unlike Marx - a variety of differentiations in the social structure. His conceptual fine-tuning reflects the pluralism he saw (raised). But the opposite is also true. For him, the tendencies of parcelling out were also reversed in the continuity and validity of hierarchical traditions and subcultures.
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I 137
Terminology/Max Weber/Beck: Weber summarized a "market-mediated communality" in his concept of "social classes".


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U. Beck
Risk Society: Towards a New Modernity. New Delhi 1992
German Edition:
Risikogesellschaft Frankfurt/M. 2015


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