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By Rebecca Jean Emigh, Dylan Riley, Patricia Ahmed

ISBN-10: 134955359X

ISBN-13: 9781349553594

Antecedents of Censuses From Medieval to kingdom States, the 1st of 2 volumes, examines the effect of social formations on censuses from the medieval interval via present occasions. The authors argue that relative impact of states and societies may not be linear, yet depends upon the particular ancient configuration of the states and societies, in addition to the kind of inhabitants info being gathered. They express how info accumulating is an end result of the interplay among states and social forces, and the way social resistance to censuses has usually circumvented their making plans, avoided their implementation, and motivated their accuracy.

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Thus, Gramsci linked intellectuals to precapitalism, capitalism, and socialism. Intellectuals draw on lay categories or everyday forms of consciousness—that Gramsci (1971:333, 348–351) also called common sense or good sense—to elaborate worldviews and ideologies. Common sense has a dual nature: through activity, it unites individuals with each other in the practical transformation of their current reality; through language, it reflects an inherited tradition (Gramsci 1971:333). By noting this dual foundation of common sense, Gramsci reformulated Marxist theories of ideology and false consciousness with the idea of “contradictory consciousness” that stemmed from a difference between individuals’ understanding of their current situation simultaneously through their own experience and some more general widespread social and cultural formulation.

3 attaches two global mechanisms, “state power” (power is the ability to attain goals through the mastery of the social or natural environment [Mann 1986:6]) and “classification” (the processes of state actors’ marking and dividing on the basis of social attributes) to all the flows, indicating that state power and classification flow clockwise between domain levels. Adding a mechanism is a common feature of sociological theorizing. 3 State-Centered Perspective on Information Gathering THE INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF STATES AND SOCIETIES 35 dialectical opposites; class conflict is the mechanism that drives their relationship.

More generally, we strive to understand how the influence of states, societies, and their interaction on information gathering varies by historical context. That is, our ambition is not only to explain the specific links among the domain levels in a given context but also to account for temporal shifts in the importance of the domain levels. This historicizing ambition derives from the general stance embodied in our model. We hold that ontologically, reality forms an interconnected whole (“totality” or social context) within which particular relations play out; this reality can (indeed, must) be bracketed for specific investigations, but it must subsequently be reincorporated into the inquiry.

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