2004 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
His primary scientific interests are in Solidarity, Rational choice theory, Political economy, Social psychology and Ethnic group. His study looks at the relationship between Rational choice theory and fields such as Empirical research, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Political economy research includes themes of Welsh, Industrial society, Irish, Economic system and Politics.
His Social psychology research integrates issues from Division of labour, Voting, Social status and Social class. His work deals with themes such as Social stratification, Gender studies, Celtic languages and Internal colonialism, which intersect with Ethnic group. The Action study combines topics in areas such as Discipline, Consciousness, Social order, Mechanical and organic solidarity and Public good.
Michael Hechter spends much of his time researching Political economy, Social psychology, Positive economics, Nationalism and Politics. Michael Hechter focuses mostly in the field of Political economy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Development economics and, in certain cases, Social order. Social psychology is often connected to Value in his work.
His Positive economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Action, Solidarity and Normative. As a member of one scientific family, Michael Hechter mostly works in the field of Solidarity, focusing on Ethnic group and, on occasion, Gender studies. His Nationalism study incorporates themes from Indirect rule and Religious studies.
Michael Hechter mostly deals with Political economy, Compliance, Criminology, Politics and Punishment. The concepts of his Political economy study are interwoven with issues in Indirect rule, Nationalism and Secession, State. Michael Hechter has included themes like Law, Positive economics, Public choice and Solidarity in his Compliance study.
His work carried out in the field of Solidarity brings together such families of science as Class conflict, Salience, Ethnic group and Hierarchy. His Criminology study also includes
Michael Hechter focuses on Solidarity, Political economy, Compliance, Secession and Public choice. Solidarity is a subfield of Law that Michael Hechter explores. Michael Hechter interconnects Referendum, Politics, Statism, Navy and Social science in the investigation of issues within Political economy.
His Compliance research includes themes of Social change, Social order, Unitary state, Social group and Individualism. His research in Public choice intersects with topics in Social psychology, Salience, Positive economics, Class conflict and Hierarchy. Positive economics and Ethnic group are commonly linked in his work.
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Internal colonialism: The Celtic fringe in British national development, 1536-1966
The Modern World-System: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World-Economy in the Sixteenth Century.
Michael Hechter;Immanuel Wallerstein.
Social Forces (1975)
Principles of group solidarity
Sociological rational choice theory
Michael Hechter;Satoshi Kanazawa.
Review of Sociology (1997)
Internal Colonialism: The Celtic Fringe in British National Development
A theory of the value of children
Debra Friedman;Michael Hechter;Satoshi Kanazawa.
The Role of General Theory in Comparative-Historical Sociology
Edgar Kiser;Michael Hechter.
American Journal of Sociology (1991)
Group Formation and the Cultural Division of Labor
American Journal of Sociology (1978)
The contribution of rational choice theory to macrosociological research
Debra Friedman;Michael Hechter.
Sociological Theory (1988)
The Debate on Historical Sociology: Rational Choice Theory and Its Critics
Edgar Kiser;Michael Hechter.
American Journal of Sociology (1998)
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