Bibliografie Anthony Giddens

*Edmonton, Enfield 18. Jänner 1938
britischer Soziologe


Bücher und Herausgeberschaften

  • (Herausgeber) The sociology of suicide. A selection of readings. Edited by Anthony Giddens. London: Cass 1971 (= New sociology library.3.), xviii, 424 S.
  • Capitalism and modern social theory. An analysis of the writings of Marx, Durkheim and Max Weber. Cambridge-New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press 1971, xviii, 261 S.
  • Politics and sociology in the thought of Max Weber. London: Macmillan 1972 (= Studies in sociology.), 64 S.
  • (Übersetzer & Herausgeber) Émile Durkheim: Selected writings. Edited, translated and with an introduction by Anthony Giddens. Cambridge-New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press 1972, x, 272 S.
  • Elites in the British class structure. Cambridge: University of Cambridge, Department of Applied Economics 1972 (= Reprint series. University of Cambridge. Department of Applied Economics. 370.), S. 345-372. Separatabdruck aus: Sociological Review. New Series (London), 20. Bd., Nr. 3 (August 1972).
  • The class structure of the advanced societies. London: Hutchinson 1973 (= Hutchinson university library: sociology.), 336 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Elites and power in British society. Edited by Philip Stanworth, Anthony Giddens. (All the papers [...] with the exception of the first, were presented at a working conference held at King's College, Cambridge, in March 1973, and sponsored by the Nuffield Foundation.) Cambridge-New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press 1974 (= Cambridge studies in sociology. 8.), xiii, 261 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Positivism and sociology. Edited with an introduction by Anthony Giddens. London: Heinemann Educational 1975 (= H.E.B. paperback.), x, 244 S.
  • (Mit Philip Stanworth) The modern corporate economy. Interlocking directorships in Britain, 1906-1970. Cambridge: University of Cambridge, Department of Applied Economics 1976 (= Sociology reprint. University of Cambridge, Department of Applied Economics. 3.). Separatabdruck aus: Sociological Review. New Series (London), 23. Bd., Nr. 1 (Februar 1975).
  • New rules of sociological method. A positive critique of interpretative sociologies. London: Hutchinson 1976, 192 S.
  • Studies in social and political theory. London: Hutchinson 1977, 416 S.
  • Durkheim. London: Fontana 1978, 125 S. Später unter dem Titel: Emile Durkheim.
  • Central problems in social theory. Action, structure and contradiction in social analysis. London: Macmillan 1979, ix, 294 S.
  • The class structure of the advanced societies. London: Unwin Hyman 1981 ((c)1980), 366 S.
  • A contemporary critique of historical materialism. London (Band 2: Cambridge): Macmillan (Band 2: Polity Press) 1981-1985 (= Contemporary social theory.), 2 Bände:

    • Volume 1: Power, property and the state. 1981, 294 S.
    • Volume 2. The nation-state and violence. 1985, vi, 399 S.
  • Sociology. A brief but critical introduction. London: Macmillan 1982, viii, 182 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Classes, power, and conflict. Classical and contemporary debates. Edited by Anthony Giddens and David Held. Basingstoke: Macmillan 1982 (= Contemporary social theory.), x, 646 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Social class and the division of labour. Essays in honour of Ilya Neustadt. Edited by Anthony Giddens, Gavin Mackenzie. Cambridge-New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press 1982, xvi, 337 S.
  • Profiles and critiques in social theory. Chapter 2 contributed by Fred Dallmayr. Basingstoke: Macmillan 1982 (= Contemporary social theory.), xi, 239 S.
  • The constitution of society. Outline of the theory of structuration. Cambridge: Polity Press 1984, xxxvii, 402 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Émile Durkheim: Durkheim on politics and the state. Edited with an introduction by Anthony Giddens. Translated by W[ilfred] D[ouglas] Halls. Cambridge: Polity Press 1986, 250 S. Übersetzung aus dem Deutschen.
  • Social theory and modern sociology. Cambridge / Oxford: Polity Press / in association with Basil Blackwell 1987, 270 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Social theory today. Edited by Anthony Giddens and Jonathan H. Turner. Cambridge: Polity Press 1987, vi, 428 S.
  • (Mitarbeiter) Ecologia politica. Testi di Anthony Giddens, Claus Offe, Alain Touraine. Con un saggo e a cura di Paolo Ceri. Milano: Feltrinelli 1987 (= Presenze. Feltrinelli.), 127 S. Enthält von Anthony Giddens: Modernita, ecologia e trasformazione sociale.
  • Sociology. Cambridge: Polity Press 1989, 815 S. 2nd edition fully revised and updated. Cambridge: Polity Press 1993, xxvii, 819 S.; 4th edition, fully revised and updated, with the assistance of Karen Birdsall, Cambridge: Polity Press 2001, xvii, 750 S.
  • The consequences of modernity. (Based on the Raymond Fred West memorial lectures which the author delivered at Stanford University in April 1988.) Cambridge: Polity Press 1990, ix, 186 S.
  • Introduction to sociology. New York, N.Y.: Norton 1991, xxviii, 875, 117 S. 3rd edition mit Mitchell Duneier.
  • Modernity and self-identity. Self and society in the late modern age. Cambridge: Polity Press 1991, 256 S.
  • The transformation of intimacy. Sexuality, love, and eroticism in modern societies. Cambridge: Polity Press 1992, 212 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Human societies. An introductory reader in sociology. Edited by Anthony Giddens. Cambridge: Polity Press 1992, xii, 388 S. Revised and updated edition, Cambridge: Polity Press 1997, unter dem Titel: Sociology. Introductory readings.
  • The Giddens Reader. Edited by Philip Cassell. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press 1993, viii, 356 S.
  • (Herausgeber) Polity reader in social theory. Edited by Anthony Giddens [et al.]. Cambridge: Polity Press 1993, ix, 402 S.
  • Beyond left and right. The future of radical politics. Cambridge: Polity Press 1994, vii, 276 S.
  • (Mit Ulrich Beck & Scott Lash) Reflexive modernization. Politics, tradition and aesthetics in the modern social order. Cambridge: Polity Press 1994, viii, 225 S.
  • Politics, sociology and social theory. Encounters with classical and contemporary social thought. Cambridge / Oxford: Polity Press / in association with Basil Blackwell 1995, 304 S. Sammelband.
  • Affluence, poverty and the idea of a post-scarcity society. Geneva [Genf]: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development 1995 (= Discussion paper. United Nations Research Institute for Social Development. DP 63.), ii, 12 S.
  • (Mit M[ichele] Barrett) Politics of intimacy. All you need [...] a series on love. London: ICA Video 1995 (= Psychoanalysis psychology & sociology. 1383.), 1 Tonbandkassette.
  • In defence of sociology. Essays, interpretations and rejoinders. Cambridge / Cambridge, Mass.: Polity Press / Basil Blackwell 1996, 288 S.
  • Modernity and its futures. The LSE Director's lectures, 1997-1998. [London: London School of Economics] 1997-1998 (= LSE Director's lectures; 1997-1998.), 8 Tonbandkassetten à 50 Minuten. Vorlesungen vom 12., 19. und 26. November 1997, 3. Dezember 1997, 21. und 28. Jänner 1998, 4. und 24. Februar 1998.
  • (Kommentator) Michael Novak: Is there a third way? Essays on the changing direction of socialist thought. Commentaries [by] Anthony Giddens, John Lloyd, Paul Ormerod. London: IEA Health and Welfare Unit 1998 (= Choice in welfare, 1362-9665. 46.), viii, 62 S.
  • (Mit Christopher Pierson) Conversations with Giddens. Making sense of modernity. Cambridge: Polity Press 1998, ix, 233 S.
  • The third way. The renewal of social democracy. Cambridge: Polity Press 1998, x, 166 S.
  • Globalization. The runaway world. [Genève]: Fondation Latsis Internationale [1998] (= Fondation Latsis internationale. 9.), 18 S.
  • Runaway world. How globalisation is reshaping our lives. (Based on the author's 1999 BBC Reith Lectures.) London: Profile Books 1999, 104 S.
  • The Third way and its critics. Cambridge: Polity Press 2000, 195 S.
  • (Herausgeber) On the edge. Living with global capitalism. Edited by Will Hutton and Anthony Giddens. London: Cape 2000, xi, 241 S. Amerikanische Ausgabe unter dem Titel: Global capitalism.
  • (Herausgeber) The global third way debate. Edited by Anthony Giddens. Cambridge: Polity Press 2001, xiv, 431 S.
  • Against the third way. Cambridge: Polity Press 2001, VIII,189 S.
  • Where now for New Labour? Cambridge: Polity Press 2002, viii, 84 S.







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