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Friedman, Jack R.

Political Sentiments and Social Movements

Friedman, Jack R. - Political Sentiments and Social Movements, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Person in Politics and Culture
Jack R. Friedman, Claudia Strauss

Part I. Political Sentiments

2. Engaged by the Spectacle of Protest: How Bystanders Became Invested in Occupy Wall Street
Claudia Strauss

3. Progressives’ Plantation: The Tea Party’s Complex Relationship with Race
William H. Westermeyer

4. Refiguring the Public, Political, and Personal in Current Danish Exclusionary Reasoning
Peter Hervik

5. Feeling Populist: Navigating Political Subjectivity in Post-socialist Romania
Jack R. Friedman

6. Sensory Politics and War: Affective Anchoring and Vitality in Nigeria and Kuwait
Conerly Casey

7. The Ungendered Self: Sex Reassignment, the Third Gender, and Gender Fluidity in India
Katherine Pratt Ewing, Baishakhi Banerjee Taylor

Part II. Becoming a Political Actor

8. Mediating Moralities: Intersubjectivities in Israeli Soldiers’ Narratives of the Occupation
Yehuda C. Goodman

9. An Ethnographic Life Narrative Strategy for Studying Race, Identity, and Acts of Political Significance: Black Racial Identity Theory and the Rastafari of Jamaica
Charles Price

10. Political Becoming in Movements: Lessons from the Environmental, Tea Party, and Rastafari Movements
Dorothy Holland, Charles Price, William H. Westermeyer

Keywords: Psychology, Cross Cultural Psychology, Social Anthropology, Comparative Politics

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Culture, Mind, and Society
Category
Psychology
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319723419
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-72340-2

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