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Postwar British critical thought

Author: Andrew Milner
Publisher: London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2005.
Series: SAGE hallmarks in postwar critical thought.
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Postwar British Critical Thought is an unparalleled, comprehensive guide to postwar British thought on culture and society. It provides readers with a unique resource which distils the key debates  Read more...


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Postwar British critical thought.
London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2005
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Milner
ISBN: 0761943676 9780761943679
OCLC Number: 57486318
Description: 4 volumes ; 25 cm.
Contents: VOLUME ONE: OLD RIGHT AND NEW LEFTJames Burnham and the Managerial Revolution - George OrwellThe Three Senses of `Culture' - T S EliotLiterature and Society - F R LeavisInvitations to a Candy-Floss World - Richard Hoggart The Newer Mass ArtConclusion from Culture and Society - Raymond WilliamsNotes from the Moral Wilderness I - Alasdair MacIntyreNotes from the Moral Wilderness II - Alasdair MacIntyreAt the Point of Decay - E P ThompsonLuddites? or There Is Only One Culture - F R LeavisImperialism - Michael Kidron Highest Stage But OneNationalism - Ernest GellnerIntroduction from Sanity, Madness and the Family - R D Laing and A EstersonA Socio-Linguistic Approach to Social Learning - Basil BernsteinWomen - Juliet Mitchell The Longest RevolutionConclusion from The Affluent Worker: Political Attitudes and Behaviour - John H Goldthorpe and David LockwoodThe Rediscovery of the Cash Nexus - J H WestergaardReform and Repression - Ralph MilibandConclusion from The World Turned Upside Down: Radical Ideas during the English Revolution - Christopher HillVOLUME TWO: NEW THEORYComponents of the National Culture - Perry AndersonThe Social Cohesion of Liberal Democracy - Michael MannStrategies of Social Closure in Class Formation - Frank ParkinRethinking the Theory of Class (I) - Anthony GiddensCategories for a Materialist Criticism - Terry EagletonRealism and the Cinema - Colin McCabe Notes on Some Brechtian ThesesDiscourse and Objects of Discourse - Barry Hindess and Paul Q HirstEvolution and Communication - Jack GoodySections XV and XVI from The Poverty of Theory or an Orrery of Errors - E P Thompson`Introduction' and `Hegemony' - Raymond WilliamsThe Forward March of Labour Halted? - Eric HobsbawmContribution to a Political Economy of Mass Communication - Nicholas GarnhamCultural Studies - Stuart Hall Two Paradigms`Introduction' and `Why Is the Labour Party in a Mess?' - Gareth Stedman-JonesHistory Workshop 1966-80 - Raphael SamuelSettling Accounts with Subcultures - Angela McRobbie A Feminist Critique`What Is Left?' and `Raymond Williams' - Roger ScrutonPost-Structuralism and the English Tradition - Anthony EasthopeVOLUME THREE: NEW POLITICSVisual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema - Laura MulveyThis Novel Changes Lives - Rosalind Coward Are Women's Novel Feminist Novels?Introduction-I from Feminine Sexuality: Jacques Lacan and the Ecole Freudienne - Juliet MitchellPandora's Box - Cora Kaplan Subjectivity, Class and Sexuality in Socialist Feminist CriticismThe Invisible Fl[ci]aneuse - Janet Wolff Women and the Literature of ModernityFeminism, Postmodernism and Style - Toril Moi Recent Feminist Criticism in the United StatesThe Concept of Difference - Mich[gr]ele BarrettPainting, Feminism, History - Griselda PollockGenerations of Feminism - Lynne SegalAntifeminism and Sex Reform before the First World War - Sheila JeffreysConclusion - Jeffrey Weeks Beyond Boundaries of SexualityTowards Cultural History - in Theory and Practice - Catherine BelseyCulture and Textuality - Jonathan Dollimore and Alan Sinfield Debating Cultural MaterialismThe Modern Janus - Tom NairnThe Whisper Wakes, the Shudder Plays - Paul Gilroy `Race', Nation and Ethnic AbsolutismOf Mimicry and Man - Homi K Bhabha The Ambivalence of Colonial DiscourseDissemiNation - Homi K Bhabha Time, Narrative and the Margins of the Modern NationCulture, Community, Nation - Stuart HallIdeology and Utopia in the Formation of an Intelligentsia - Bryan Turner Reflections on the English Cultural ConduitVOLUME FOUR: NEW TIMESNotes on Exterminism, the Last Stage of Civilization - E P Thompsonfrom Towards 2000 - Raymond Williamsfrom `Modernity and Revolution' - Perry Andersonfrom 'Postmodernism, Post-Structuralism and Post-Marxism' - Alex CallinicosPost-Marxism without Apologies - Ernesto Laclau and Chantal MouffeThe Meaning of New Times - Stuart HallIs There a Postmodern Sociology? - Zygmunt BaumanUseful Culture - Tony BennettThe Promising Future of Class Analysis - John H Goldthorpe and Gordon Marshall A Response to Recent CritiquesFeminism, Postmodernism and the `Real Me' - Angela McRobbieLiving in a Post-Traditional Society - Anthony GiddensWays of Looking - Richard Hoggart Compass Bearings in a Wide-Open Society?The Politics and Cultures of Discord - Alan SinfieldMetaculture and Society - Francis MulhernUkania under Blair - Tom NairnA Weightless Hegemony - Susan Watkins New Labour's Role in the Neo-Liberal Order
Series Title: SAGE hallmarks in postwar critical thought.
Responsibility: edited by Andrew Milner.
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