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Titel: Culture, Power, and History: Studies in Critical Sociology

ISBN: 9004146598
EAN: 9789004146594
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Abigail Brooks, Denise Leckenby
BRILL ACADEMIC PUB

Oktober 2005 - gebunden - 558 Seiten

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This volume brings together theoretical meditations and empirical studies of the intersection of culture, power and history in social life. Contributors bring a diversity of critical sociological perspectives and subject matters to this important edited book.

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1. Culture, Power, and History: An Introduction, Stephen Pfohl and Aimee Van Wagenen
2. Culture "Under the Knife and Proud of It:" An Analysis of the Normalization of Cosmetic Surgery, Abigail Brooks
3. "What Are You Lookin' At?" The Oppositional Gaze, Intersectionality, and the Social Geographies of White Masculinities, Steven D. Farough
4. The Commodification of Childhood: Tales from the Advertising Front Lines, Juliet B. Schor
5. Movement Impact on Cultural Change, William A. Gamson
6. On the Place of Allegory in the Methodological Conventions of a Critical Sociology: A Case Study of Max Weber's
7. Protestant Ethic, Charles Sarno
8. An Epistemology of Haunting, Aimee Van Wagenen
9. Defining "Radical Indigenism" and Creating an American Indian Scholarship, Eva Marie Garroutte
10. Power Eyeing the Scene: The Uses and (RE)uses of Surveillance Cameras in an Exotic Dance Club, R. Danielle Egan
11. To Build a More Perfect Discipline: Ideologies of the Normative and the Social Control of the Criminal Innocent in the Policing of New York City, Delario Lindsey
12. Resisting the Welfare Mother: The Power of Welfare Discourse and Tactics of Resistance, Karen McCormack
13. From Gender as Object to Gender as Verb: Rethinking How Global Restructuring Happens, Leslie Salzinger
14. Viral Power: An Interview by William Wood, Arthur and Marilouise Kroker
15. History Black Belts and Ivory Towers: The Place of Race in U.S. Social Thought, 1892-1948, Davarian L. Baldwin
16. The Militarization of Inner Space, Jackie Orr
17. It Takes a Movement to Raise an Issue: Media Lessons from the 1997 U.P.S. Strike, Charlotte Ryan (Virtual) Myths, William R. Wood
18. Geopolitics of Knowledge and Coloniality of Power: Thinking Puerto Rico and Puerto Ricans from the Colonial Difference, Ramon Grosfoguel References About the Authors and Editors

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Patricia Arend is a Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology at Boston College. Her areas of interest are gender, race, class, sexuality, consumption and social theory. Her dissertation examines "white weddings" in consumer society. Abigail Brooks is a Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology at Boston College. Her areas of interest include feminist theory, sociology of gender, critical gerontology and feminist age studies, sociology of the body, science and technology studies, and social theory. Her dissertation investigates women's lived experiences and interpretations of growing older against the contextual backdrop of growing prevalence, acceptance, and approval of cosmetic surgery. Denise Leckenby is a Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology at Boston College. Her areas of interest include qualitative methodology, feminist methodology, feminist theory, and sexuality. She is coeditor of Women in Catholic Higher Education: Border Work, Living Experiences, and Social Justice (2003). Stephen Pfohl is a Professor of Sociology and Chairperson of the Sociology Department at Boston College. He is the author of a wide variety of books and articles on topics ranging from the politics of deviance and social control to studies in social theory and contemporary culture. Pfohl's books include Death at the Parasite Cafe (1992) and Images of Deviance and Social Control (1994). Stephen is also a Past-President of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Aimee Van Wagenen is a Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology at Boston College. Her dissertation investigates identity, public health and power in the science and practice of HIV prevention and education.

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