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1986 - 1974

Computer Technology, Large Scale Social Integration and the Local Community, Urban Affairs Quarterly, December, Vol. 22(2), pages 329‐349.

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Populistische Politik in der Klassengesellschaft, L'80: Demokratie und Sozialismus, Politische und literarische Beitrage, Heft 30, Juni 1984, pages 29‐37.

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Technology's Global Village Fragments Community Life, IEEE Spectrum, Vol. 21(6); pages 80‐84.

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Industrialization and Social Radicalism: British and French Workers' Movements and the Mid‐Nineteenth Century Crisis, Theory and Society, Vol. 12(4); pages 485‐504.

Note: Previously an Occasional Paper of the Center for International Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz.

Reprinted (expanded) as "The 'Retardation' of French Economic Development and Social Radicalism During the Second Republic: New Lessons from the Old Comparison with Britain," in E. Burke, III, ed.: Global Crises and Social Movements: Artisans, Peasants, Populists and the World Economy,. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1988; pages 40‐71.

The Radicalism of Tradition: Community Strength or Venerable Disguise and Borrowed Language?, American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 88(5); pages 886‐914.

Note: Reprinted (revised) in M. Taylor, ed.: Rationality and Revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press and Paris: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 1988; pages. 129‐175.


The Microcomputer Revolution? Technical Possibilities and Social Choices, Sociological Methods and Research, Vol. 9(4); pages 397‐437.

Note: Reprinted in D. Heise (ed.), Microcomputers and Social Research. Beverly Hills: Sage, 1981; pages 5‐45.


Transition in Social Foundations for Collective Action: Communities of Workers in the Southeast Lancashire Textile Region in the 1820s and 1830s, Social Science History, Vol. 4(4); pages 419‐451.

The Authority of Ancestors: A Sociological Reconsideration of Fortes's Tallensi in Response to Fortes's Critics, Man, The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, new series, Vol. 15(2); pages 304‐319.

Note: Web published in 1997 by the Experience Rich Anthropology Project, University of Kent, at http://www.era.anthropology.ac.uk/Era_Resources/Era/Ancestors/

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Community: Toward a Variable Conceptualization for Comparative Research, Social History, Vol. 5(1); pages 105‐129.

Note: Reprinted in R. S. Neale (ed.), History and Class: Essential Readings in Theory and Interpretation. Oxford: Blackwell, 1983; pages 86‐110.

History, Anthropology and the Study of Communities: Some Problems in MacFarlane's Proposal, Social History, Vol. 3(3); pages 363‐373.

Democracy, Autocracy and Intermediate Associations in Organizations: Flexibility or Unrestrained Change?, Sociology, Vol. 4(3); pages 345‐361.

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Continuity and Change: The Significance of Time in the Organization of Experience, International Review of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 3(3); pages 291‐304.

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General Status: Specific Role, Anthropology and Education Quarterly, Vol. 5(2); pages 15‐18.