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Seymour Martin Lipset

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Seymour Martin Lipset (Harlem, New York, 1922ko martxoaren 18aArlington, Virginia, AEB, 2006ko abenduaren 31) estatubatuar soziologo politikoa izan zen. Lanik oparoenak soziologia politikoaren alorrean egin zituen, baina baita ere beste eremu batzuetan, esaterako, sindikatuen antolakuntza, gizarte estratifikazioa, iritzi publikoa, eta bizitza intelektualaren soziologia. Demokraziaren inguruan ere luze idatzi zuen ikuspuntu konparatzailetik. Gaztetan sozialista izanagatik, Lipset eskuin aldera egin zuen zahartu ahala eta neokontserbadoreen artean, lehenetakoa izan zen.

Seymour Martin Lipset
presidente

1981 - 1982
Bizitza
Jaiotza New York1922ko martxoaren  18a
Herrialdea  Ameriketako Estatu Batuak
Heriotza Arlingtongo konderria2006ko abenduaren  31 (84 urte)
Heriotza modua berezko heriotza: istripu zerebrobaskularra
Hezkuntza
Heziketa Columbiako Unibertsitatea 1949) Ph.D.
City College of New York Itzuli
Tesi zuzendaria Robert Staughton Lynd Itzuli
Doktorego ikaslea(k) Juan José Linz Itzuli
Hizkuntzak ingelesa
Jarduerak
Jarduerak soziologoa, politologoa, unibertsitateko irakaslea, idazlea eta historialaria
Enplegatzailea(k) Harvard Unibertsitatea
Columbiako Unibertsitatea
Stanford Unibertsitatea
George Mason University Itzuli
Torontoko Unibertsitatea
Kaliforniako Unibertsitatea Berkeleyn
Jasotako sariak
Kidetza Ameriketako Estatu Batuetako Zientzien Akademia Nazionala
Arteen eta Zientzien Ameriketako Estatu Batuetako Akademia
Sinesmenak eta ideologia
Alderdi politikoa Socialist Party of America Itzuli

Hil zenean, 2006an, The Guardian egunkariak esan zuen bera izan zela "Demokraziaren eta amerikar salbuespenaren teoriko nagusia"; The New York Timesek bera zela "amerikar apartekotasunaren lehen soziologoa, politologoa eta teoriko zorrotza"; Washington Postek, azkenik, esan zuen Lipset zela "joan den mende erdian eragin handien izan zuen gizarte zientzialarietako bat".[1]

Aukeratutako lanakAldatu

  • “The Rural Community and Political Leadership in Saskatchewan.” Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science 13.3 (1947): 410–28.
  • Agrarian Socialism: The Cooperative Commonwealth Federation in Saskatchewan, a Study in Political Sociology (1950), ISBN 0-520-02056-10-520-02056-1 (1972 printing) online edition
  • We'll Go Down to Washington (1951)
  • "Democracy in Private Government: a case study of the International Typographical Union." British Journal of Sociology (1952) 3:47-58 in JSTOR
  • Union Democracy: The Internal Politics of the International Typographical Union (1956) with Martin Trow and James S. Coleman
    • "The Biography of a Research Project: Union Democracy." in Sociologists at Work: the craft of social research. Phillip E. Hammond. (1964)
  • Social Mobility in Industrial Society with Reinhard Bendix (1959), ISBN 0-88738-760-80-88738-760-8 online ediziioa
  • Social Structure and Mobility in Economic Development with Neil J. Smelser (1966), ISBN 0-8290-0910-80-8290-0910-8 online edizioa
  • Economic Development and Political Legitimacy (1959)
  • “Social Stratification and right-wing extremism," British Journal of Sociology (1959) 10:346–382.
  • Political Man: The Social Bases of Politics (1960), ISBN 0-385-06650-30-385-06650-3 online edizioa
  • The First New Nation (1963), ISBN 0-393-00911-40-393-00911-4 (1980 inprimatzea) online ediziioa
  • The Berkeley Student Revolt: Facts and Interpretations, edited with Sheldon S. Wolin (1965)
  • Party Systems and Voter Alignments, Stein Rokkanekin batera (Free Press, 1967)
  • Student Politics (1967), ISBN 0-465-08248-30-465-08248-3 online edizioa
  • Revolution and Counterrevolution: Change and Persistence in Social Structures, (1968) ISBN 0-88738-694-60-88738-694-6 (1988 printing) online bertsioa
  • editor, Politics and the social sciences (1969)
  • Prejudice and Society Earl Raabekin batera.
  • The Politics of Unreason: Right Wing Extremism in America, 1790–1970 Earl Raabekin batera (1970), ISBN 0-226-48457-20-226-48457-2 (1978 imprimatzea) online edizioa
  • Rebellion in the University (1971)
  • The Divided Academy: Professors and Politics Everett Carll Ladd, Jr.ekin batera (1975), ISBN 0-07-010112-40-07-010112-4 online edizioa
  • Consensus and Conflict: Essays in Political Sociology (1985)
  • Unions in transition: entering the second century (1986)
  • The Confidence Gap: Business, Labor, and Government in the Public Mind (1987)
  • editor, Revolution and Counterrevolution: Change and Persistence in Social Structures (1988)
  • Continental Divide: The Values and Institutions of the United States and Canada (1989)
  • "Liberalism, Conservatism, and Americanism", Ethics & International Affairs 3 lib. (1989). online
  • Jews and the New American Scene with Earl Raab (1995)
  • American Exceptionalism: A Double-Edged Sword (1996)
  • It Didn't Happen Here: Why Socialism Failed in the United States with Gary Marks (2000), ISBN 0-393-32254-80-393-32254-8
  • The Paradox of American Unionism: Why Americans Like Unions More Than Canadians Do, but Join Much Less Noah Meltz, Rafael Gomez, eta Ivan Katchanovskikin batera (2004), ISBN 0-8014-4200-10-8014-4200-1
  • The Democratic Century Jason M. Lakinekin batera (2004), ISBN 0-8061-3618-90-8061-3618-9
  • "Steady Work: An Academic Memoir", in Annual Review of Sociology, 22 lib., 1996 online bertsioa
  • "Economic Development and Democracy"
  • Lipset, eta Fareed Zakaria. "This chapter asks what things might look like if the United States were on a different ideational and institutional path. What if the United States had instead adopted a parliamentary regime in 1789, as was actually proposed in the Virginia Plan (ie, the legislature would elect the executive)? How." in Anne Marie Cammisa eta Paul Christopher Manuel, The Path of American Public Policy: Comparative Perspectives (2013): 153-87.

ErreferentziakAldatu

  1. Patrick McGovern, "The young Lipset on the iron law of oligarchy: a taste of things to come1." British journal of sociology 61.s1 (2010): 29-42.