Cultural Practices, Political PossibilitieseBook - 2008
Culture has long been regarded as one of the most complicated concepts in the social sciences, possibly over theorized. Its ubiquity, tangled senses of particularity and the almost universal recognition of that assumed particularity require an extended vocabulary for framing the politics embedded in it. Cultural Practices, Political Possibilities attempts to explain the political significance and overlaps of cultural constructions as witnessed in global-local clashes, convergences of texts an ...
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2008
Characteristics: 1 online resource (ix, 340 pages)