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Public spheres after socialism

Publisher: Bristol : Intellect, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Preface p. 7 Angela Harutyunyan Section 1 Monuments and Public Spheres p. 9 Chapter 1 Peace in Ruins: The Value of Mementoes, Temporary Shrines and Floral Tributes as Markers of the Public Sphere Paul Gough p. 11 Chapter 2 State Icons and Narratives in the Symbolic Cityscape of Yerevan Angela Harutyunyan p. 19 Chapter 3 Public Sphere as a Place for Gifts: Social-symbolic Characteristics of the City-building of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9781841502120 184150212X
OCLC Number: 984499275
Notes: Konferans bildirilerinden seçilmiştir.
Description: 150 sayfa : resim ; 23 cm
Responsibility: ; edited by Angela Harutyunyan, Kathrin Hörschelmann and Malcolm Miles ; editorial assistant, Karen Roulstone.

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Preface p. 7 Angela Harutyunyan Section 1 Monuments and Public Spheres p. 9 Chapter 1 Peace in Ruins: The Value of Mementoes, Temporary Shrines and Floral Tributes as Markers of the Public Sphere Paul Gough p. 11 Chapter 2 State Icons and Narratives in the Symbolic Cityscape of Yerevan Angela Harutyunyan p. 19 Chapter 3 Public Sphere as a Place for Gifts: Social-symbolic Characteristics of the City-building of Post-Soviet Yerevan Nazareth Karoyan p. 29 Section 2 Representations and Discourses p. 37 Chapter 4 Cinema as Political Movement in Democratic and Totalitarian Societies since the 1960s Anna Schober p. 39 Chapter 5 Public Space: The City in Armenian Literature Vardan Jaloyan p. 63 Chapter 6 You Tell Me: A Topography Jane Rendell p. 71 Section 3 Identities and Topographies of Everyday Life p. 89 Chapter 7 Routes through the City: Youth Identities and Spatial Practices in Leipzig Kathrin Hörschelmann p. 91 Chapter 8 New Social Order and Change in Media Landscape Hrach Bayadyan p. 111 Chapter 9 Remote Control: Dangers and Delights of Armenian TV Surfing Vahram Martirosyan p. 119 Section 4 Public Spaces, Times and spheres p. 127 Chapter 10 Time without Qualities: Cracking the Regime of Urgency Stephen Wright p. 129 Chapter 11 Public Spheres Malcolm Miles p. 133.

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