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    Formalization and Informalization: Changing Tension Balances in Civilizing Processes.Cas Wouters - 1986 - Theory, Culture and Society 3 (2):1-18.
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    The Sociology of Emotions and Flight Attendants: Hochschild's Managed Heart.Cas Wouters - 1989 - Theory, Culture and Society 6 (1):95-123.
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    On Status Competition and Emotion Management: The Study of Emotions as a New Field.Cas Wouters - 1992 - Theory, Culture and Society 9 (1):229-252.
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    Developments in the Behavioural Codes Between the Sexes: The Formalization of Informalization in the Netherlands, 1930-85.Cas Wouters - 1987 - Theory, Culture and Society 4 (2-3):405-427.
    This article is about changes in dominant modes of social conduct, particularly involving relationships between the sexes. Changes in behavioural codes and ideals were noted in the course of a comparative analysis of etiquette books published in the Netherlands from 1930 to 1985. There was a gap of approximately thirteen years during which, with one exception, no books on this subject were published. There was, however, an upsurge of books on liberation and self-realization, coupled with a relative loosening of behavioural (...)
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    Social Stratification and Informalization in Global Perspective.Cas Wouters - 1990 - Theory, Culture and Society 7 (4):69-90.
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  6. Informalisation and the Civilising Process.Cas Wouters - 2003 - In Eric Dunning & Stephen Mennell (eds.), Norbert Elias. Sage Publications. pp. 2--279.
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    Power Changes and Self-Respect: A Comparison of Two Cases of Established-Outsider Relations.Bram van Stolk & Cas Wouters - 1987 - Theory, Culture and Society 4 (2-3):477-488.
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    How Strange to Ourselves Are Our Feelings of Superiority and Inferiority?Cas Wouters - 1998 - Theory, Culture and Society 15 (1):131-150.
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    The Planned and the Unplanned: A Roundtable Discussion on the Legacies of Michel Foucault and Norbert Elias.Sam Binkley, Paddy Dolan, Stefanie Ernst & Cas Wouters - 2010 - Foucault Studies 8:53-77.
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    What is Love? On'What is Love? Richard Carlile's Philosophy of Sex'by ML Bush (1998, London: Verso; 214 Pp). [REVIEW]Cas Wouters - 2001 - Body and Society 7 (4):77-86.
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    Balancing Sex and Love Since the 1960s Sexual Revolution.Cas Wouters - 1998 - Theory, Culture and Society 15 (3-4):187-214.
    The longing for an enduring intimate relationship and the longing for sex are connected, but not unproblematically. Throughout this century, a `sexualization of love' and an `eroticization of sex' have continued, but only since the Sexual Revolution the traditional lustbalance of a lust dominated sexuality for men and a complementary love- or relationship-dominated sexuality for women has come under attack. The article describes and interprets these developments, focusing on the relational and psychical processes. It argues, for example, that the emancipation (...)
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    From Philosophy to Sociology: Elias and the Neo-Kantians.Richard Kilminster & Cas Wouters - 1995 - Theory, Culture and Society 12 (3):81-120.
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    Response to Hochschild's Reply.Cas Wouters - 1989 - Theory, Culture and Society 6 (3):447-450.
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    The Quest for New Rituals in Dying and Mourning: Changes in the We-I Balance.Cas Wouters - 2002 - Body and Society 8 (1):1-27.
    Rituals in dying and mourning have a social and a psychic aspect: they have the twin function of diminishing the danger of succumbing to intense emotions by evoking a feeling of solidarity, and of enhancing the sense of being connected to a larger community, on which basis these emotions are acknowledged as well as dimmed and kept under control. As the changes in mourning ritual of the last half of the 20th century demonstrate, the relation or balance between these social (...)
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