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Death Of The Father : an Anthropology of the End in Political Authority.

Author: John Borneman
Publisher: New York, NY : Berghahn Books, 2004.
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The death of authority figures like fathers or leaders can be experienced as either liberation or loss. In the twentieth century, the authority of the father and of the leader became closely intertwined; constraints and affective attachments intensified in ways that had major effects on the organization of regimes of authority. This comparative volume examines the resulting crisis in symbolic identification, the  Read more...
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Borneman, John.
Death Of The Father : An Anthropology of the End in Political Authority.
New York, NY : Berghahn Books, ©2004
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Borneman
ISBN: 9780857457158 0857457152
OCLC Number: 871856446
Description: 1 online resource (252 pages)
Contents: Death of the Father; Contents; Preface: Rupture, End, Death, Closure; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Theorizing Regime Ends; CHAPTER 1: From Future to Past; CHAPTER 2: Gottvater, Landesvater, Familienvater; CHAPTER 3: Two Deaths of Hirohito in Japan; CHAPTER 4: The Undead; CHAPTER 5: The Peaceful Death of Tito and the Violent End of Yugoslavia; CHAPTER 6: Doubtful Dead Fathers and Musical Corpses:; Notes on Contributors; Index.
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The death of authority figures like fathers or leaders can be experienced as either liberation or loss. In the twentieth century, the authority of the father and of the leader became closely intertwined; constraints and affective attachments intensified in ways that had major effects on the organization of regimes of authority. This comparative volume examines the resulting crisis in symbolic identification, the national traumas that had crystallized around four state political forms: Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan, and East European Communism. The defeat of Imperial and Fascis.

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