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Cultural studies : from theory to action /

Other Authors: Leistyna, Pepi.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2005.
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Table of Contents:
  • Unity and changes in the ideology of political economy / S. Amin
  • The postcolonial aura: Third World criticism in the age of global capitalism / Arif Dirlik
  • Time and class / Zygmunt Bauman
  • Theoretical therapies, remote remedies: SAPs and the political ecology of poverty and health in Africa / Brooke G. Schoepf, Claude Schoepf & Joyce V. Millen
  • A new way of thinking in action: the Zapatistas in Mexico
  • a postmodern guerrilla movement? / Fernanda Navarro
  • Workers' resistance / Anita Chan
  • Life against gold / Ustun Reinart
  • The campus anti-sweatshop movement / Richard Apelbaum & Peter Dreier
  • The NGO-ization of grassroots politics / Sangeeta Kamat
  • Global media, neoliberalism, and imperialism / Robert McChesney
  • Theoretical orthodoxies: textualism, constructivism and the 'new ethnography' in cultural studies / David Morley
  • Disney, Southern Baptists, & children's culture: the Magic Kingdom as Sodom and Gomorrah? / Henry Giroux
  • Seeing ourselves, being ourselves: broadcasting Aboriginal television in Canada / Jennifer David
  • Zines / Stephen Duncombe
  • The Ho'okele netwarriors in the liquid continent / Kekula P. Bray-Crawford
  • Internet subcultures and political activism / Richard Kahn & Douglas Kellner
  • Staring back: self-representations of disabled performance artists / Rosemarie Garland Thomson
  • Noise from underground: punk rock's anarchic rhythms spur a new generation to political activism / Johnny Temple
  • Rethinking recognition / Nancy Fraser
  • The roots of international racism / Fidel Castro
  • Invention, memory, and place / Edward Said
  • White ethnic unconsciousness / Pepi Leistyna
  • Racial justice in a multi-ethnic society / Bhikhu Parekh
  • Where was the color in Seattle? looking for reasons why the great battle was so white / Elizabeth 'Betita' Martinez
  • Sharing the story of the movement: the Project Hip-Hop experience / Nancy Murray
  • World Conference against Racism: prospects and challenges / A.S. Narang
  • Women workers and capitalist scripts: ideologies of domination, common interests, and the politics of solidarity / Chandra Talpade Mohanty
  • Radicalizing feminism from the 'movement era' on / Joy James
  • Mana wahine theory: creating space for Maori women's theories / Leonie Pihama
  • Afghan women's long struggle: women working for freedom / Tahmeena Faryal
  • Minjung feminism: Korean women's movement for gender and class liberation / Miriam Ching Yoon Louie
  • Reconstructing masculinity in the locker room: the Mentors in Violence Prevention Project / Jackson Katz
  • The globalization of sexual identities / Dennis Altman
  • Black lesbians: passing, stereotypes and transformation / Jewelle Gomez
  • Trashing the clinic and burning down the beauty parlor: activism transmutes pitiable patients into feisty gender radicals / Pat Califia
  • At a turning point: organized labor, sexual diversity, and the new South Africa / Mazibuko K. Jara, Naomi Webster, and Gerald Hunt
  • Gay teens fight back: a new generation of gay youth won't tolerate harassment in their schools / Doug Ireland.