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[1925 - 2017]

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  1. [1962] Values and Standards of Success of the Warsaw Youth.
    In:"Polish Sociological Bulletin, 2(1-2): 77-90.

  2. [1962] Social Structure of the Party Organization in Industrial Works.
    In: Polish Sociological Bulletin, 2(3-4): 50-64.

  3. [1964] Economic Growth, Social Structure, Elite Formation: The Case of Poland.
    In: International Social Science Journal, 16(2): 203-216.

  4. [1965] Social Structure and Innovational Personality.
    In: Polish Sociological Bulletin, 5(1): 54-59.

  5. [1966] Three Remarks on Contemporary Educational Problems.
    In: Polish Sociological Bulletin, 6(1): 77-89.

  6. [1966] Two Notes of Mass Culture.
    In: Polish Sociological Bulletin, 6(1): 58-74.

  7. [1966] The Limitations of Perfect Planning.
    In: Co-existence, 3(2): 145-162.

  8. [1967] Image of Man in Modern Sociology.
    In: Polish Sociological Bulletin, 7(1). 12-21.

  9. [1967] Some Problems in Contemporary Education.
    In: International Social Science Journal, 19(3: 325-337.

  10. [1967] Modern Times, Modern Marxism
    In: Social Research, 34(3): 399-415. Autumn 1967.
    Reprinted in:

  11. [1967] Polish Youth and Politics.
    In: Polish Round Table, 1: 69-77.

  12. [1968] Macrosociology and Social Research in Contemporary Poland
    In: P. K. Anohin / UNESCO (eds.) [1968] The Social Sciences: Problems and Orientations; Selected Studies. Walter de Gruyter January 1, 1968.

  13. [1968] Marx and the contemporary theory of culture
    In: Social Science Information, 7(3): 19-33. June 1, 1968.

  14. [1968] Semiotics and the function of culture
    In: Social Science Information, 7(5): 67-80. October 1, 1968.

  15. [1969] Marxism and the Contemporary Theory and Culture
    In: Anon [1969] Marx and Contemporary Scientific Thought. The Hague: Mouton, pp. 483-497.

  16. [1970] Social Dissent in the East European Political System
    In: Archives Européennes de Sociologie, 12(1): 25-51. 01 July 1, 2009.

  17. [1971] Uses of Information: When Social Information Becomes Desired
    In: The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 393(1): 20-31. January 1, 1971.

  18. [1971] 20 Years After: Crisis of Soviet-type Systems.
    In: Problems of Communism, 20(6): 45-53.

  19. [1972] The Second Generation Socialism. A Review of Socio-Cultural Trends in Contemporary Polish Society
    In: Leonard Bertram Shapiro (ed.) [1972] Political Oppositions in One-Party States. London: Macmillan, pp. 217-240.

  20. [1972] Praxis: The Controversial Culture-Society Paradigm
    In: Teodor Shanin, (ed.) [1972] Rules of the Game: Cross-Disciplinary Essays in Scholarly Thought. London: Tavistock, pp. 303-321.

  21. [1972] Culture, Values and Science of Society
    In: University of Leeds Review, 15(2) 185-203.

  22. [1973] The Structuralist Promise
    British Journal of Sociology, 24(1): 67-83.

  23. [1973] On the Philosophical Status of Ethnomethodology
    In: Social Review, 21(1): 5-23.

  24. [1973] Between State and Society.
    In: International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, 10(1): 9-25.

  25. [1974] Officialdom and Class: Bases of Inequality in Social Society
    In: Frank Parkin (ed.) [1974] The Social Analysis of Class Structure.
    London: Tavistock, pp. 129-148.

  26. [1979] Comment on Eastern Europe
    In: Studies in Comparative Communism, 12(2-3): 184-189.

  27. [1981] On the Maturation of Socialism
    In: Telos, 47: 48-54. March 20, 1981.

  28. [1983] Industrialism, Consumerism and Power
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 1(3): 32-43. January 1, 1983.

  29. [1983] On the Origins of Civilisation: A Historical Note
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 2(3): 7-14. November 1, 1985.

  30. [1985] Stalin and the Pesant Revolution: A Case Study in the Dialectics of Master and Slave
    Leeds Occasional Papers in Sociology, no. 19.

  31. [1986] The Left as the Counter-Culture of Modernity
    In: Telos, 70: 81-93. December 21, 1986.

  32. [1987] The Philosopher in the Age of Noise: A Reading of Richard J. Bernstein’s Philosophical Profiles
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 4(1): 157-165. February 1, 1987.

  33. [1987] Intellectuals in East-central Europe: Continuity and Change
    In: East European Politics and Societies, 1(2): 162-186. March 1, 1987.

  34. [1987] The Importance of Being a Marxist
    In: William Outhwaite / Michael Joseph Mulkay (eds.) [1997] Social Theory and Social Criticism: Essays in Honour of Tom Bottomore. Oxford: Blackwell. pp. 1-9.

  35. [1987] Freedom at a Price: Postmodernism and Consumerism. Unstately Pleasure Dome.
    In: New Stateman, September 25, pp. 20-21.

  36. [1987] From Here to Modernity — Redefining the Project of the Left. Fighting the Wrong Shadow.
    In: New Statesman, October 23, pp. 20-22.

  37. [1988] On Immoral Reason and Illogical Morality
    In: Polin, 3: 294-330.

  38. [1988] Exit Visas and Entry Tickets: Paradoxes of Jewish Assimilation
    In: Telos, 77: 45-77. September 21, 1988.

  39. [1988] The Twisted Road to Perestroika
    In: The Jewish Quarterly, 35(3): 9-15.

  40. [1988] Sociology after the Holocaust
    In: British Journal of Sociology, 39(4): 469-497.

  41. [1988] Is there a Postmodern Sociology?
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 5(2): 217-237. June 1, 1988.

  42. [1988] Sociology and Postmodernity
    In: Sociological Review, 36(4): 790-813. November 1988.

  43. [1988] Britain’s Exit from Politics.
    In: New Statesman & Society, 1(8): 34-38.

  44. [1989] Legislators and Interpreters: Culture as Ideology of Intellectuals
    In: Hans Haferkamp (ed.) [1989] Social Structure and Culture. Berlin: de Gruyter, pp. 313-332.

  45. [1989] Hermeneutics and Modern Social Theory
    In: David Held / John B. Thompson (eds) [1989] Social Theory of Modern Societies: Giddens and His Critics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 34-55.

  46. [1989] Poland: On Its Own
    In: Telos, 79: 47-68.

  47. [1989] Sociology and Postmodernity.
    In: Polish Sociological Bulletin, 29(3-4): 81-98.

  48. [1989] Sociological Responses to Postmodernity
    In: Thesis Eleven, 23(1): 35-63. May 1, 1989.

  49. [1989] Making Polish-Jewish history
    In: Jewish Quarterly, 35(2): 26-21. May 28, 1989.

  50. [1989] The War Against Forgetfulness
    In: Jewish Quarterly, 36(1): 44-47. May 28, 1989.

  51. [1989] The Homecoming of Unwelcome Strangers
    In: Jewish Quarterly, 36(3): 14-23.

  52. [1990] From Pillars to Post.
    In: Marxism Today, pp. 20-25. February 1990.

  53. [1990] Effacing the Face: On the Social Management of Moral Proximity
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 7(1): 5-38. February 1, 1990.

  54. [1990] The Twilight of the New Politics
    In: Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, 12(1-3): 230-232.

  55. [1990] Modernity and Ambivalence
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 7(2): 143-169. June 1, 1990.

  56. [1990] Philosophical Affinities of Postmodern Sociology
    In: Sociological Review, 38(3): 441-454. August 1990.

  57. [1990] Assimilation and Enlightenment
    In: Society, 27(6): 71-81. September/October 1990.

  58. [1991] Critical Theory
    In: Henry Etzkowitz & Ronald Glassman (eds.) [1991] The Renaisscence of Critical Theory. Ithaca: F. E. Peacock Publishers, pp. 277-303. January 1991.

  59. [1991] Living Without an Alternative
    In: Political Quarterly, 62(1): 35-44. January 1991.

  60. [1991] The Social Manipulation of Morality: Moralizing Actors, Adiaphorizing Action
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 8(1): 137-151. February 1, 1991.

  61. [1991] A Sociological Theory of Postmodernity
    In: Thesis Eleven, 29(1): 33-46. May 1, 1991.

  62. [1991] Jacek Tarkowski: In Memorian
    In: Telos, 89: 102. September 21, 1991.

  63. [1991]: Communism: A Post-Mortem
    In: Praxis International, 10(3-4): 185-192.

  64. [1991] Adolf Rudnicki: The Jew and the Polish Writer
    In: Jewish Quarterly, 38(4): 34:44.

  65. [1992] Love in Adversity: On the State the Intellectuals, and the State of the Intellectuals
    In: Thesis Eleven, 31(1): 81-104. February 1, 1992.

  66. [1992] Survival as a Social Construct
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 9(1): 1-36. February 1, 1992.

  67. [1992] Philosophy as the mirror of time
    In: History of the Human Sciences, 5(3): 57-63. August 1, 1992

  68. [1992] Soil, Blood and Identity
    In: Sociological Review, 40(4): 675-701. November 1992.

  69. [1993] A Postmodern Revolution?
    In: Janina Frentzel-Zagórska (ed.) [1993] From a One Party State to Democracy: Transition in Eastern Europe. Amsterdam: Edition Rodopi, pp. 3-19. January 1993.

  70. (1993) Dismantling a Patronage State
    In: Janina Frentzel-Zagórska (ed.) [1993] From a One Party State to Democracy: Transition in Eastern Europe. Amsterdam: Edition Rodopi, pp. 139-154. January 1993.

  71. (1993] The Scandal of Death
    In: New Statesman & Society, 6(248): 20-22. April 1993.

  72. [1993] Walter Benjamin the Intellectual
    In: New Formations, 20: 47-58. Summer 1993

  73. [1993] Europe of the Tribes: On Regional Identities and the Fear of Difference — Europa der Stämme: Über Regionale Identitäten und den Schrecken der Uneindeutigkeit.
    In: Perspektiven, 15: 3-8.

  74. (1993) Law as Chance.
    In: New Zealand Law Journal, 1.

  75. [1993] Modernity
    In: Joel Krieger, (ed.) [1993] The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  76. [1993] The Sweet Scent of Decomposition
    In: Chris Rojek / Bryan S. Turner (eds) [1993] Forget Baudrillard? London: Routledge, pp. 22-46. December 2, 1993.

  77. [1993] At the Crossroad of History: Is there a Future for the Jewish People? - with David Vital, Chaim Bermant & Jacob Neusner
    In: Jewish Quarterly, 40(2): 26-41.

  78. [1994] A Revolution in the Theory of Revolutions?
    In: International Political Science Review, 15(1): 15-24. January 1, 1994.

  79. [1994] Narrating Modernity
    In: John Burnheim (ed.)[1994] The Social Philosophy of Agnes Heller. Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi, pp. 97-120. January 1994.

  80. [1994] Morality Without Ethics
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 11(4): 1-34.

  81. [1994] Deceiving the 20th Century.
    In: New Statesman & Society, 7(296): 24-25.

  82. [1994] After the Patronage State: A Model in Search of Class Interests
    In: Christopher Bryant / Edmund Mokrzycki (eds.) [1994] The New Great Transformation Change and Continuity in East-Central Europe. London: Routledge, pp. 14-35. May 20, 1994.

  83. [1994] Morality without Ethics
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 11(4): 1-34. November 1, 1994.

  84. [1995] Communitarianism, Freedom, and the Nation-State
    In: Critical Review, 9(4): 539-553.

  85. [1995] Age of Extremes.
    In: New Statesman & Society, 8(338): 18-20.

  86. [1995] Modernity’s Inner Demons
    In: Tikkun, 10(4): 40-42.

  87. [1995] Searching for a Centre that Holds
    In: Mike Featherstone / Scott M. Lash / Roland Robertson (eds) [1995] Global Modernities. Sage publications, pp. 140-154. August 11, 1989.

  88. [1995] Making and Unmaking of Strangers
    In: Thesis Eleven, 43(1): 1-16. November 1, 1995.
    “All societies produce strangers; but each kind of society produces its own kind of strangers, and produces them in its own inimitable way.” Modern strangers are the waste of the state’s ordering zeal. Order-building is a war of attrition waged against the strangers and the strange. Twe alternative and compementary stragegies are deployed. (i) the «anthropophagic strategy» annihilates the strangers by devouring them and then transforming them into a tissue indistinguishable from one‘s own. (ii) The «anthropoemic strategy» is to vomit the strangers, banishing them from the limits of the orderly world and barring them from all communication with those inside. This strategy of exclusion “confines the strangers within the visible walls of the ghettos or behind the invisible, yet no less tangible prohibitions of commensality, connubium, and commercium, expelling the strangers beyond the frontiers of the managed and manageable territory; or, when neither of the two measures was feasible-destroying the strangers physically.”

  89. [1996] Morality in the Age of Contingency
    In: Paul Heelas / Scott Lash / Paul Morris (eds.) [1996] Detraditionalization. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 49-58. January 23, 1996.

  90. [1996] On Communitarians and Human Freedom: Or, How to Square the Circle
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 13: 79-90. May 1996.

  91. [1996] From Pilgrim to Tourist — Or a Short Story of Identity
    In: Stuart Hall / Paul du Gay (eds.) [1996] Questions of Cultural Identity. Sage publications, pp. 18-36. June 6, 1996.

  92. [1996] Foreword
    In: Stefan Morawski [1996] The Troubles with Postmodernism. London: Routledge, pp. vii-xi. November 19, 1996.

  93. [1996] The Moth Seek Out the Lamp.
    In: New Statesman & Society, 125(4308): 21-24.

  94. [1996] Assimilation into Exile: The Jew as a Polish Writer
    In: Poetics Today, 17(4): 569-598. Winter 1996.

  95. [1997} Responses: Long Live the Monarchy!
    In: New Statesman, 10(436).

  96. [1997] The Haunted House: The Work Ethic Was Bad Enough, but Its Ghost Is Even Worse
    In: New Internationalist, 289: 24-26.

  97. [1997] Unelectable, Irreplaceable Fun
    In: New Statesman & Society, 126(4317): 32.

  98. [1997] The Camps: Eastern, Western, Modern
    In: Studies in Contemporary Jewry, 13: 30-40.

  99. [1997] The Age of Arrogance, The Age of Humility.
    In: 2B Journal, 11-12.

  100. [1998] What Prospects of Morality in Times of Uncertainty?
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 15(1): 11-22. February 1, 1998.

  101. [1998] Postmodern Adventures of Life and Death
    In: Graham Scamber / Paul Higgs (eds) [1998] Modernity, Medicine and Health: Medical Sociology Towards 2000. London: Routledge, pp. 216-231. April 23, 1998.

  102. [1998] Europe of Strangers
    Oxford University, Transnational Communities Programme Working Paper. 12 June 1998.

  103. [1998] The Holocaust’s Life as a Ghost
    In: Tikkun, 13(4): 33-38. July/August 1998.

  104. [1998] On Glocalization: or Globalization for some, Localization for some Others
    In: Thesis Eleven, 54(1): 37-49. August 1, 1998.

  105. [1998] On Postmodern Uses of Sex
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 15(3): 19-33. August 1, 1998.
    Sex is natural and limited in its forms, Eroticism and love are cultural products infinite in their expressions and applications. The history of eroticism is a history of changing border conflicts and shifting alliances between the three members of the triad. The postmodern novelty is emancipation of eroticism from both sexual reproduction and love — and setting it free to perform a variety of new tasks. A crucial one among these is the renegotiation of social relations inside the family and in public space, as well as new forms of identity building.

  106. [1998] Urban Space Wars — On destructive order and creative chaos
    In: Space and Culture, 2(3): 109-123. December 1, 1998.

  107. [1998] Identity — Then, Now, What For?
    In: Polish Sociological Review, 3(123): 205-216.

  108. [1998] Sociological Enlightenment — For Whom, About What?
    In: Dansk Sociologi, 9: 43-54.

  109. [1998] What Prospects of Morality in Times of Uncertainty?
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 15(1): 11-22.

  110. [1998] What Chances of Morality in Times of Uncertainty?
    In: Associations, 2(2): 161-173.

  111. [1999] The Burning of Popular Fear
    In: New Internationalist, 310: 20-24. March 1999.

  112. [1999] On Universal Morality and Moral Universalism
    In: Christina Lund (ed.) [1999] Development and Rights: Negotiating Justice in Changing Societies. London: Frank Cass, pp. 7-18. March 30, 1999.

  113. [1999] The World Inhospitable to Levinas
    In: Philosophy Today, 43(2): 151-168. Summer 1999.

  114. [1999] Critique — Privatized and Disarmed
    In: Zeitschrift für Kritische Theorie, 5(9): 121-131. September 1999.

  115. 1999] Time and Space Reunited
    In: Framtider International, 9: 9-13.
      Reprinted in: Time & Society, 9(2-3): 171-185. June 1, 2000.

  116. [1999] Urban Space Wars: On Destructive Order and Creative Chaos
    In: Citizenship Studies, 3(2): 173-185.

  117. [1999] Modern Adventures of Procrastination
    In: Parallax, 5(1): 3-6.

  118. [1999] Modernity as History of Time
    In: Concept and Transformation, 4(2): 229-248.
    Our understanding of space and time has developed according to the means we have used to control or traverse them: from muscle power via heavy vehicles to the computer. Where once a day's journey was an undertaking, software has now shrunk distance to nothing. Information travels with the speed of light. This has had its effect on the relationships between the controllers and the controlled. From the relationship of serf to seigneur, this relationship devolved into the 'marriage for life' of capital and labor, enshrined in the miles-long factories with high walls of the industrial age. Now this has gone, to be replaced by the seductive lightness of being, by the disembodiment of labour by the new entrepreneur, his capital always inflight, seeking new deals with the speed of an electronic signal.

  119. [2000] On Writing: On Writing Sociology
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 17(1): 79-89.
    Bauman says that sociology is needed today more than ever before. “The job in which sociologists are the experts — the job of restoring to view the lost link between the objective affiction and subjective experience— has become more vital and indispensable than ever. … If all experts deal with practical problems and all expert knowledge is focused on their resolution, sociology is one branch of expert knowledge for which the practical problem it struggles to resolve is the enlightenment aimed at human understanding. Sociology is perhaps the sole field of expertise in which … Dilthey’s famed distinction between explanation and understanding has been overcome and cancelled. To understand one’s fate means to be aware of its difference from one’s destiny. And to understand one’s fate is to know the complex network of causes that brought that fate about and its difference from destiny. To work in the world (as distinct from being ‘worked out and about’ by it) one needs to know how the world works. … Doing sociology and writing sociology are aimed at disclosing the possibility of living together differently, with less misery or no misery: the possibility daily withheld, overlooked or unbelieved.”

  120. [2000] From Our Critics: The Deficiencies of Community
    In: The Responsive Community: Rights and Responsibilities, 10(3): 74-79.
    We are being told repeatedly that the community is the most likely candidate to restore individuals’ lost sense of identity. Yet modernity spent most of its time and a lot of its energy on fighting communities — those larger than life groupings into which people are born, only to be held inside them for the rest of their lives by the dead hand of tradition strengthened by collective surveillance and blackmail. Human emancipation requires that the bounds of communities should be broken and individuals set free from the circumstances of their birth. From the Enlightenment on this has been seen as a commonsensical truth.
    But now we seem to have come full circle: the idea of community has been restored to a genuine or imaginary past glory. “It is on the community that many hopes bereaved by bankrupt or discredited institutions now focus. What had been once rejected as a constraint is now hailed as the ‘enabling capacity’. What was once seen as an obstacle on the road to full humanity, is now praised as its necessary condition.”

  121. [2000] Social Issues of Law and Order
    In: British Journal of Criminology, 40(2): 205-221. March 2000.
    Bauman extends his account of Postmodernity and its Discontents [1997] to address questions of crime and penal policy. He argues that there is a tendency to maintain order by resort to a ‘paradigm of exclusion’ and this pattern is exemplified by a discussion of the significance of the Pelican Bay super-max prison in California and the more widespread reliance upon mass incarceration. It operates as a factory of exclusion for people habituated to their status as ‘the excluded’.

  122. [2000] Sociological Enlightenment — For Whom, About What?
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 17(2): 71-82. April 1, 2000.

  123. [2000] Time and Space Reunited
    In: Time & Society, 9(2-3): 171-185. June 1, 2000.

  124. [2000] Does Reading Have a Future?
    In: 100-Day Dialogue, The Book & The Computer, September 11

  125. [2000] Ethics of Individuals
    In: Canadian Journal of Sociology, 25( 1): 83-96. Winter 2000.

  126. [2000] Am I my brother’s keeper?
    In: European Journal of Social Work, 3(1): 5-11.

  127. [2000] What it Means to be Excluded
    In: Peter Askonas & Angus Steward (eds.) [2000] Social Inclusion: Posibilities and Tensions. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
    Review by:

  128. [2000] Urban Battlefields of Time/Space Wars.
    In: Politologiske studier, 7..

  129. [2001] Wars of the Globalization Era
    In: European Journal of Social Theory, 4(1): 11-28. February 1, 2001.

  130. [2001] Consuming Life
    In: Journal of Consumer Culture, 1(1): 9-29. March 1, 2001.

  131. [2002] The 20th Century: the End or a Beginning?
    In: Thesis Eleven, 70(1): 15-25. August 1, 2002.

  132. [2002] Afterthought: On Writing; On Writing Sociology
    In: Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, 2(3): 359-370. August 1, 2002.

  133. [2002] Reconnaissance Wars of the Planetary Frontierland
    In: Theort, Culture & Society, 19(2): 81-90. August 1, 2002

  134. [2002] In the Lowly Nowherevilles of Liquid Modernity — Comments on and around Agier
    In: Ethnography, 3(3): 343-349. September 1, 2002.

  135. [2003] Utopia with no Topos
    In: History of the Human Sciences, 16(1): 11-25. February 1, 2003.

  136. [2003] Educational Challenges of the Liquid-Modern Era
    In: Diogenes, 50(1): 15-26. February 1, 2003.

  137. [2003] City of Fears, City of Hopes
    Goldsmiths College, University of London. pp. 1-39.

  138. [2004] Stalin
    In: Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, 4(1): 3-11. February 1, 2004.

  139. [2007] Collateral Casualties of Consumerism
    In: Journal of Consumer Culture, 7(1): 25-56. March 1, 2007.

  140. [2008] Culture in a Globalised City
    A contribution to the issue of Occupied London.
    In: Rizomatic, April 4, 2008.

  141. [2009] Education in the Liquid-Modern Setting
    In: Power and Education, 1(2): 157-166. January 1, 2009.

  142. [2008] Seeking in Modern Athens an Answer to the Ancient Jerusalem Question
    In: Theory, Culture & Society, 26(1): 71-91. January 1, 2009.

  143. [2010] Education in the World of Diasporas
    In: Policy Futures in Education, 8(3-4): 398-407. January 1, 2010.

  144. [2010] Communism: A Postmortem? Two Decades on, Another Anniversary
    In: Thesis Eleven, 100(1): 128-140. March 22, 2010.

  145. [2012] Fuels, sparks and fires: On taking to the streets
    In: Thesis Eleven, 109(1): 11-16. May 22, 2012.

  146. [2013] Dividing time, or love’s labour’s lost . . .
    In: Thesis Eleven, 118(1):3-6.

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