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Cultural theory and cultural change / ed. Mike Featherstone

Secondary Author Featherstone, Mike Country Reino Unido. Publication London : Sage, cop. 1992 Description VIII, 279 p. ; 22 cm Series Theory, culture &=and society ISBN 0-8039-8744-7 CDU 316.7
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Recent years have seen a significant reappraisal of the idea of culture within the social sciences, and a growing integration of theoretical concerns between the social sciences and the humanities. Debates over concepts such as postmodernism and cultural globalization have been symptomatic of a broader interdisciplinary interest in the social context of cultural practice. In this book an international cast of eminent theorists examines a series of key questions on the borders of the cultural and the social. Ranging across a broad canvas, the contributors focus on different elements of cultural theory and cultural process: discourse, lifestyle, the emotions, the intelligentsia, social movements, postmodernism. Linking the chapters is a concern with the central role of European social theory in the current reappraisal of culture, and an assessment of its relation to other international traditions. This book, for an interdisciplinary readership, will serve as an outline of key concerns in cultural theory and an insight into the central insights of Theory, Culture and Society. The book is also published as issue 9.1 of Theory, Culture and Society.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Survival as a Social Construct
  • Reflections on the English Cultural Conduit `Civilization' and the Civilizing Process
  • Elias, Globalization and Analytic Synthesis On Status Competition and Emotion Management
  • The Study of Emotions as a New Field The Man in the Mirror
  • `Condition' of Postmodernity
  • Thinking about Limits
  • The Uses and Abuses of French Discourse Theories for Feminist Politics
  • On the Sociology of Intellectual Stagnation
  • The Late Twentieth Century in Perspective From Industrial Society to Risk Society
  • Questions of Survival, Social Structure and Ecological Enlightenment Beyond Social Movement
  • Disaggregating the Idea of Capitalism
  • The Heroic Life and Everyday Life
  • Ideology and Utopia in the Formation of an Intelligensia

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