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1989 - 1987

Tiananmen, Television and the Public Sphere: Internationalization of Culture and the Beijing Spring of 1989, Public Culture, Vol. 2(1); pages 54‐70.

Classical Social Theory and the French Revolution of 1848, Sociological Theory, Vol. 7(2); pages 210‐225.

Note: Previous version in Proceedings of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe, 1988, pp. 55‐87.

Protest in Beijing: The Conditions and Importance of the Chinese Student Movement of 1989, Partisan Review, Vol. LVI#4, pages 563‐580.

Note: Reprinted in W. A. Nord and A. Cox, eds.: Adventures in Ideas. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Program in the Humanities and Human Values, 1991, pages 68‐78.

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The Beijing Spring, 1989: Notes on the Making of a Protest, Dissent, Vol. 36(4); pages 435‐447.

Reprinted in Peter Kivisto, ed., Sociology for a Global Age, New York: McGraw‐Hill, 2000.

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Revolution and Repression in Tiananmen Square, Society, Vol. 26(6); pages 21‐38.

Note: Excerpted in The University Gazette, Vol. 17 #10 (June 17, 1989), pp. 4‐5; Carolina Alumni Review, September 1989.

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Social Issues in the Study of Culture, Comparative Social Research, Vol. 11; pages 1‐29.

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Intérêt, Rationalité, et Culture: a propos d'un récent débat sur la théorie de l'action (with Loïc Wacquant), Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, No. 78 (June); pages 41‐60.

Note: Translation published as "Interesse, racionalidade e cultura," Revista brasiliera de ciences sociais Vol. 15(6); 1991, pages 76‐100.

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Social Theory and the Law: Systems Theory, Normative Justification and Postmodernism, Northwestern University Law Review, Vol. 83(1‐2); 1701‐1763.

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Populist Politics, Communications Media, and Large Scale Social Integration, Sociological Theory, Vol. 6(2); pages 219‐241.

Note: Previous version appeared as Working Paper #16 of the Center for Psychosocial Studies, Chicago, IL, 1987.

Who Really Wants Donor Coordination? Reflections on the Development of a Microcomputer‐Based Development Project Directory in the Sudan (with Dale Whittington), Development Policy Review, Vol. 6(3); pages 295‐309.

Note: Reprinted (condensed) as "Reflections on Donor Coordination: An Attempt to Establish a Microcomputer‐based Development Project Directory in Sudan," Carolina Planning, vol. 14(1); pages 8‐14.

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Coping with Insidious Injuries: The Case of Johns‐Manville Corporation and Asbestos Exposure, Social Problems, Vol. 35(2); pages 162‐181.

Note: Reprinted in J. H. Galliher, ed.: Human Behavior and Human Rights, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice‐Hall, 1991.

Reprinted in D. Ermann and R. Lundman, ed.: Corporate and Government Deviance, 4th ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992; 5th ed. 1996.

Reprinted in W.P. Perdue, ed: Systemic Crisis: A Critical and International Perspective. New York: Holt/Sanders/Dryden, 1992.

Reprinted in L.W. Klemke, ed.: Analyzing Deviants and Deviant Behavior, Needham Heights, MA: Ginn Press/Simon and Schuster, 1994.

Computerization in Legal Work: How Much Does New Technology Change Professional Practice? (with Martha Copp), Research in the Sociology of Work, Vol. 4; pages 233‐259.

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Computerized Information Management in a System‐Poor Environment: Lessons from the Design and Implementation of a Computer System for the Sudanese Planning Ministry, (with William Drummond and Dale Whittington), Third World Planning Review, Vol. 9(4); pages 615‐625.

Note: Reprinted in P. Woodward, ed.: Sudan after Nimeiri. London: Routledge, 1991, pages 184‐206.

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History and Sociology in Britain: A Review Article, Comparative Studies in Society and History, Vol. 29(3); pages 615‐625.