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Elsewhere in America : the crisis of belonging in contemporary culture

Author: David Trend
Publisher: New York : Routledge- Taylor & Francis, 2016.
Series: Critical interventions.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Trend, David.
Elsewhere in America.
New York : Routledge- Taylor & Francis, 2016
(DLC) 2015042876
(OCoLC)933521563
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Trend
ISBN: 9781317225430 1317225430 9781315623245 1315623242 9781315623245 9781317225423 1317225422
OCLC Number: 948511963
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Belonging there: people like us --
Makers and takers : when more is not enough --
True believers : spiritual life in a secular age --
Ordinary people : the normal and the pathological --
Homeland insecurities : expecting the worst --
Belonging somewhere : blurred boundaries --
Reality is broken : neoliberalism and the virtual economy --
Neoliberalism revisited --
Mistaken identities : from color blindness to gender bending --
No body is perfect : disability in a posthuman age --
On the spectrum: America's mental health disorder --
Belonging elsewhere : the subject of utopia --
Gaming the system : competition and its discontents --
To affinity and beyond : the cyborg and the cosmopolitan --
Medicating the problem : the new American pharmakon --
The one and the many : the ethics of uncertainty.
Series Title: Critical interventions.
Responsibility: David Trend.

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