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Power and Everyday Practices

Power and Everyday Practices

ISBN 9780176502034
Edition 1
Publication Date
Publisher Cengage
Author(s)
Overview
Part One: Setting the Stage Chapter 1: Unpacking the Centre (Deborah Brock, Rebecca Raby, and Mark P. Thomas) Chapter 2: Thinking About Power: Exploring Theories of Domination and Governance (Deborah Brock) Chapter 3: Assembling Our Tool Kit: Interrogating Representations and Discourses (Andrea M. Noack) Part Two: The Centre, Normalization, and Power Introduction (Deborah Brock) Chapter 4: Bodies, Genders, Sexualities: Counting Past Two (Zo� Newman) Chapter 5: Whiteness: Normalization and the Everyday Practice of Power (Cynthia Levine-Rasky) Chapter 6: Class, State, and Power: Unpacking Social Relations in Contemporary Capitalism (Mark P. Thomas) Chapter 7: Age: Decentring Adulthood (Rebecca Raby) Part Three: Everyday Images and Practices Introduction (Rebecca Raby) Chapter 8: Science as Culture (Aryn Martin) Chapter 9: The Culture of Therapy: Psychocentrism in Everyday Life (Heidi Rimke and Deborah Brock) Chapter 10: Going Shopping: The Politics of Everyday Consumption (Dennis Soron) Chapter 11: Financial Fitness: The Political and Cultural Economy of Finance (Mary Beth Raddon) Part Four: Thinking Global: 'The West and the Rest' Introduction (Mark P. Thomas) Chapter 12: The Imaginary Indian: Unpacking the Romance of Domination (Margot Francis) Chapter 13: Coffee and Commodity Fetishism (Gavin Fridell) Chapter 14: Tourism: Globalization and the Commodification of Culture (Rebecca Raby and Joan Philips) Chapter 15: Nation States, Borders, Citizenship, and the Making of 'National' Difference (Nandita Sharma)
Overview
Part One: Setting the Stage Chapter 1: Unpacking the Centre (Deborah Brock, Rebecca Raby, and Mark P. Thomas) Chapter 2: Thinking About Power: Exploring Theories of Domination and Governance (Deborah Brock) Chapter 3: Assembling Our Tool Kit: Interrogating Representations and Discourses (Andrea M. Noack) Part Two: The Centre, Normalization, and Power Introduction (Deborah Brock) Chapter 4: Bodies, Genders, Sexualities: Counting Past Two (Zo� Newman) Chapter 5: Whiteness: Normalization and the Everyday Practice of Power (Cynthia Levine-Rasky) Chapter 6: Class, State, and Power: Unpacking Social Relations in Contemporary Capitalism (Mark P. Thomas) Chapter 7: Age: Decentring Adulthood (Rebecca Raby) Part Three: Everyday Images and Practices Introduction (Rebecca Raby) Chapter 8: Science as Culture (Aryn Martin) Chapter 9: The Culture of Therapy: Psychocentrism in Everyday Life (Heidi Rimke and Deborah Brock) Chapter 10: Going Shopping: The Politics of Everyday Consumption (Dennis Soron) Chapter 11: Financial Fitness: The Political and Cultural Economy of Finance (Mary Beth Raddon) Part Four: Thinking Global: 'The West and the Rest' Introduction (Mark P. Thomas) Chapter 12: The Imaginary Indian: Unpacking the Romance of Domination (Margot Francis) Chapter 13: Coffee and Commodity Fetishism (Gavin Fridell) Chapter 14: Tourism: Globalization and the Commodification of Culture (Rebecca Raby and Joan Philips) Chapter 15: Nation States, Borders, Citizenship, and the Making of 'National' Difference (Nandita Sharma)

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