Language Ideologies

Author: Bambi B. Schieffelin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199880360
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The essays in this new volume examine definitions and conceptions of language in a wide range of societies around the world.

Ideology Power And Prehistory

Author: Daniel Miller
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521255264
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This book starts from the premise that methodology has always dominated archaeology to the detriment of broader social theory.

Social Cognition

Author: Martha Augoustinos
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
ISBN: 9780803989900
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There have been rare exceptions like Michael Billig, who has not only delineated
the relationship between ideology and social psychological theory (1982), but
also written extensively about the role of ideology in the everyday life of the ... of
the social psychological processes and mechanisms by which certain
representations and constructions of the world serve to legitimate, maintain and
reproduce the existing institutional arrangements, social and power relations
within a society.

Social Construction Of The Past

Author: George C. Bond
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415152242
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This book examines how mainstream scholarship constructs the past. By creating another people's cultural history, scholars appropriate it. This collection looks at how 'post-colonial' scholars are redefining the nature of scholarship.


Author: Gordon Bailey
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442600853
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In the process, Bailey and Gayle offer an understanding of the power of ideology in our lives as well as a set of principles for social action.

Interests And The Growth Of Knowledge Rle Social Theory

Author: Barry Barnes
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317651693
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This is the best perspective from which to understand its relationship to action and its historical significance; it is a perspective which avoids the problems of holding that knowledge is derivative, as well as those generated by the view ...

Feminist Knowledge Rle Feminist Theory

Author: Sneja Gunew
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136204431
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Social theory is concerned to explicate notions of agency, subjectivity, social
practices, and social structures.10 The socio-structural account bears upon the
question of how are we to theorize subjectivity, and the nature of the relationship
between gender and subjectivity. Michèle Barrett writes of feminism's challenge
to Marxism, and the Marxist development beyond economism both yielding a
new emphasis on the potency of ideology (1980, p. 31). The role of ideology in
the ...

Performing The Iranian State

Author: Staci Gem Scheiwiller
Publisher: Anthem Press
ISBN: 178308328X
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Social subjects, they maintain, internalize the demands of the dominant ideology.
However, cultural studies theories, such as those presented by Michel Foucault,
Michel De Certeau and John Fiske, put aside the notion of the passive subject,
considering it to have an active role in countering the dominant ideology. This
group emphasizes the notion of resistance against the ideological representation
of power. This essay agrees with this latter idea. In his essay “The Subject and ...

Culture Power History

Author: Nicholas B. Dirks
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691021027
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A Reader in Contemporary Social Theory Nicholas B. Dirks, Geoff Eley, Sherry B.
Ortner ... It also plays a direct ideological role in maintaining the status quo,
through channeling the socialization of children into the accepted social structure
, a role it shares with "education." These functions of the family show that it is ...
The representation of the family as an autonomous emotional unit cuts across
class and power relations to imply that we all share the same experience. It
provides a ...