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Matters of culture : cultural sociology in practice

Author: Roger Friedland; John Mohr
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2004
Series: Cambridge cultural social studies
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An introduction to theorizing in cultural sociology.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Friedland; John Mohr
ISBN: 0521791626 9780521791625 0521795451 9780521795456
OCLC Number: 465004296
Description: 408 s. : ill
Contents: 1. The cultural turn in American sociology Roger Friedland and John Mohr; Part I. The Place of Culture: 2. Culture and continuity: causal structures in socio-cultural persistence Orlando Patterson; 3. Theorizing hermeneutic cultural history John R. Hall; 4. Cultural studies as fin-de-siecle culture Mark A. Schneider; Part II. Sacred and Profane: 5. Private devotions and the sacred heart of Elvis: the Durkheimians and the (re)turn of the sacred Richard D. Hecht; 6. The social marking of the past: toward a socio-semiotics of memory Eviatar Zerubavel; 7. On the social construction of moral universals: the 'Holocaust' from war crimes to trauma drama Jeffrey C. Alexander; Part III. Culture and Power: 8. Social justice in the age of identity politics: redistribution, recognition, and participation Nancy Fraser; 9. Are we all in the closet? Notes towards a sociological and cultural turn in Queer Theory Steven Seidman; 10. Why (not) Foucault? Reflections on power, fascism and aesthetics
Series Title: Cambridge cultural social studies
Responsibility: edited by Roger Friedland and John Mohr
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