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Critical theory : diverse objects, diverse subjects

Author: Jennifer M Lehmann
Publisher: New York : JAI, 2003.
Series: Current perspectives in social theory, v. 22.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The contributions in this 22nd volume of "Current Perspectives in Social Theory" explore the arguments for and against a view of the world in which multiple, distinct and conflicting societies differ both over time and contemporaneously.
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Critical theory.
New York : JAI, 2003
(OCoLC)51722690
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer M Lehmann
ISBN: 9781849501774 1849501777
OCLC Number: 663899361
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 392 pages).
Contents: Part I: Bringing Marxism back ... with Foucault --
Foucoult's encounter with Marxism / Paul Paolucci --
Part II: Critical theories of knowledge: epistemology and culture --
Afrocentricity and the Eurocentric hegemony of knowledge: contradictions of place / Molefi Kete Asante --
Epistemology, culture and rhetoric: some social implications of human cognition / Thomas J. Burns and Terri LeMoyne --
Films and utopia: the culture industry revisited / James J. Dowd --
Part III: Social structures, theories and movements --
Cybercritique: a social theory of online agency and virtual structures / Timothy W. Luke --
Rationalism and traditionalism in classical sociology and contemporary feminist theory / Mary Godwyn --
The duality of systems: networks as media and outcomes of movement mobilization / Jeff Livesay --
Part IV: Bridging the African diaspora in the new millennium (selected papers from the eponymous conference at the University of Nebraska, Februrary 2001) --
Re-visioning race: dismantling whiteness / Gerise Herndon --
The phychological and spiritual implications of western Christian missionaries' influence on the African diaspora: special reference to West African countries / Joshua Olayiwola Oyekan --
Part V: Critical theory (selected papers from the Conference of the Socialogical Theory Section, International Socialogical Association, University of Cambridge, September 2000) --
How is society possible? Towards a metacritique of reification / Frédéric Vandenberghe --
The form of difference: reimagining critical theory / Nancy Weiss Hanrahan --
Prolegomena to an intercultural critical theory / Fuyuki Kurasawa --
Pragmatism versus socialogical hermeneutics / Patrick Baert --
Subjectivity, culture, autonomy: Castadoriadis and social theory / Anthony Elliott.
Series Title: Current perspectives in social theory, v. 22.
Responsibility: edited by Jennifer M. Lehmann.

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