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Political sentiments and social movements : the person in politics and culture
Éditeur Palgrave Macmillan
Année copyright 2018
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Political sentiments and social movements : the person in politics and culture
1 vol. (xvii-306 pages) ; 22 cm
Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index
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Introduction: The person in politics and culture / Friedman, Jack R. (et al.) ; Engaged by the spectacle of protest: how bystanders became invested in Occupy Wall Street / Strauss, Claudia ; Progressives’ plantation: The Tea Party’s complex relationship with race / Westermeyer, William H. ; Refiguring the public, political, and personal in current Danish exclusionary reasoning / Hervik, Peter ; Feeling populist: navigating political subjectivity in post-socialist Romania / Friedman, Jack R. ; Sensory politics and war: affective anchoring and vitality in Nigeria and Kuwait / Casey, Conerly ; The Ungendered self: sex reassignment, the third gender, and gender fluidity in India / Ewing, Katherine Pratt (et al.) ; Mediating moralities: intersubjectivities in Israeli soldiers’ narratives of the occupation / Goodman, Yehuda C. ; An ethnographic life narrative strategy for studying race, identity, and acts of political significance: black racial identity theory and the Rastafari of Jamaica / Price, Charles ; Political becoming in movements: lessons from the Environmental, Tea Party, and Rastafari Movements / Holland, Dorothy (et al.)
"This unique volume is about how ordinary people construct political meanings, form political emotions and identities, and become involved in or disengaged from political contests. Drawing on psychological anthropology, it illustrates the complexities of political subjectivities through engaging personal stories that complicate our understanding of the relationship between culture and politics. Chapters examine the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street in the United States, third gender activism in India, Rastafari in Jamaica, Courage to Refuse in Israel, the environmental movement in the US, Salafi movements in northern Nigeria, post-socialist labor politics in Romania, and anti-immigrant activism in Denmark"
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