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Title Political sentiments and social movements : the person in politics and culture / Claudia Strauss, Jack R. Friedman, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]

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Series Culture, mind, and society.
Culture, mind, and society.
Subject Political psychology.
Political participation.
Identity (Psychology)
Emotions -- Political aspects.
Social movements -- Psychological aspects.
Communication in politics -- Psychological aspects.
Alt Name Strauss, Claudia, 1953-
Friedman, Jack R., 1970-
Description 1 online resource (xix, 306 pages) : 2 illustrations.
Summary This unique volume is about how ordinary people construct political meanings, form political emotions and identities, and become involved in or disengaged from political contests. Drawing on psychological anthropology, it illustrates the complexities of political subjectivities through engaging personal stories that complicate our understanding of the relationship between culture and politics. Chapters examine the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street in the United States, third gender activism in India, Rastafari in Jamaica, Courage to Refuse in Israel, the environmental movement in the U.S., Salafi movements in northern Nigeria, post-socialist labor politics in Romania, and anti-immigrant activism in Denmark.
Contents Intro; Series Preface; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Editors and Contributors; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Introduction: The Person in Politics and Culture; Politics, Culture, and Persons; Political Subjectivity-Meanings and Theories; Cultural Models in Cognitive Anthropology; Psychodynamic Anthropology; Social Practice Theories; Cross-Cutting Themes in This Volume; What Is the Role of Emotions in Politics?; How Are Political Messages Taken up by Members of the Public? In Particular, How Do People Interact with Political Messages in Media, Including Social Media?
What Are the Subjective Consequences of Conflicting Political Discourses?How Do People's Identities Relate to Their Politics?; What Are the Subjectivities of Political Bystanders?; How Do People Become Politically Active?; How Do We Explain Populist Politics?; Conclusion: The Hazards of Person-Centered Approaches to Politics; References; Part I Political Sentiments; Chapter 2 Engaged by the Spectacle of Protest: How Bystanders Became Invested in Occupy Wall Street; The Occupy Movement and My Participants; Should We Expect Bystanders to Care About Contentious Politics?
Schemas and Personal Semantic NetworksInterviewing for Cultural Schema and Personal Semantic Network Analysis; Two Views of the Occupy Movement; What Was Occupy's Message?; Is This What Democracy Looks Like? Cultural Schemas About Occupy's Tactics; Personal Semantic Networks; The Personal, Cultural, and Social in Bystanders' Political Sentiments; References; Chapter 3 Progressives' Plantation: The Tea Party's Complex Relationship with Race; Tea Party Components and the Formation of Figured Worlds; Descriptions of Tea Party Racism in the Literature
The Tea Party as a Version of Whiteness and Colorblind RacismWhiteness; Colorblind Racism; Abstract Liberalism Frame; Cultural Racism Frame; Naturalization of Difference; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 Refiguring the Public, Political, and Personal in Current Danish Exclusionary Reasoning; Introduction; The Public Space Is Not What It Used to Be; The Nation in Danger: Danish Exclusionary Reasoning; Neonationalism; Nationalism and Narcissism; An Amusement Park Controversy; A Missing Handshake: From Gender Discrimination to Radical Islam; Conclusion; References
Chapter 5 Feeling Populist: Navigating Political Subjectivity in Post-socialist RomaniaThe Trouble with Populism ... ; Romanian Coal Miners of the Jiu Valley; Laszlo's Story: Law, Rights, Suffering, and Subjectivity; 2000-2007; References; Chapter 6 Sensory Politics and War: Affective Anchoring and Vitality in Nigeria and Kuwait; Affects of Danger; Sensory Politics and Religion; Musa and Mediated Islam in Northern Nigeria; Dahlia, Mediating Conflict in Kuwait; Dis/sociating; References; Chapter 7 The Ungendered Self: Sex Reassignment, the Third Gender, and Gender Fluidity in India
ISBN 9783319723419
3319723413
3319723405
9783319723402
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-72341-9
OCLC # 1033640535
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319723402 (OCoLC)1031996759.



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