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Studies of Selected Pivotal Ideas
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Stanislaw Ossowski's seminal work, Class Structure in the
Social Consciousness
(New York, 1963) is a basic source,
especially for the first part of this article. Other books
covering aspects of the subject: Goetz A. Briefs, The Pro-
letariat
(New York, 1937); Ernst Troeltsch, The Social
Teachings of the Christian Churches,
2 vols. (London, 1931);
Ralf Dahrendorf, Essays in the Theory of Society (Stanford,
1969), esp. Chs. 6 and 7; Raymond Williams, Culture and
Society
(New York, 1963); Frank previous hit E next hit. Manuel, The New World
of Henri Saint-Simon
(Cambridge, Mass., 1956); Michael
Young, The Rise of the Meritocracy (New York, 1959); Hans
Gerth and C. Wright Mills, trans. and eds., From Max Weber:
Essays in Sociology
(New York, 1946); Reinhard Bendix and
Seymour M. Lipset, eds., Class, Status and Power, 2nd rev.
ed. (New York, 1966). Cf. also K. Davis and W. previous hit E next hit. Moore,
“Some Principles of Stratification,” American Sociological
Review,
10, 2 (1945); Melvin Tumin, “Some Principles of
Stratification: A Critical Analysis,” American Sociological
Review,
18, 4 (1953), and “On Inequality,” American Socio-
logical Review,
28, 1 (1963). Also useful are the entries under
“Stratification, Social” by Bernard Barber and Seymour M.
Lipset, International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences
(New York, 1968), Vol. 15.

LEWIS A. COSER

[See also Economic History; Education; Equality; Hierar-
chy; Ideology; Marxism; Property; Socialism; Utopia.]