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Postwar British Critical Thought (SAGE Hallmarks in Postwar Critical Thought)

Editat de Andrew J Milner
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The is an unparalleled, comprehensive guide to postwar British thought on culture and society. It provides readers with a unique resource which distils the key debates and crucial contributions and points to how these initiatives have been taken up elsewhere. The volumes are organized into four main sections: (1) Old Right and New Left; (2) New Theories; (3) New Politics; and (4)
New Times.
The first deals with the 'culturalist' critiques of postwar Britain developed by the Old Right and New Left. It also explores some of the sociological commentary on postwar British affluence and the power hierarchy. The second section traces the impact of new forms of 'continental' theorizing, especially structuralism and post-structuralism, during the 1960s and 70s. The third traces the growing concern with 'new' issues of gender, sexuality, postcolonialism, race and ethnicity. The final section deals with postmodernism and globalization, especially as reflected through the distinctively British thematics of 'exterminism', 'New Times' and the 'Third Way'.
Andrew Milner is Professor in the Centre for Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780761943679
ISBN-10: 0761943676
Pagini: 1712
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 127 mm
Greutate: 3.18 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Hallmarks in Postwar Critical Thought

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

VOLUME ONE: OLD RIGHT AND NEW LEFT
James Burnham and the Managerial Revolution - George Orwell
The Three Senses of `Culture' - T S Eliot
Literature and Society - F R Leavis
Invitations to a Candy-Floss World - Richard Hoggart
The Newer Mass Art
Conclusion from <i>Culture and Society - Raymond Williams
Notes from the Moral Wilderness I - Alasdair MacIntyre
Notes from the Moral Wilderness II - Alasdair MacIntyre
At the Point of Decay - E P Thompson
Luddites? or There Is Only One Culture - F R Leavis
Imperialism - Michael Kidron
Highest Stage But One
Nationalism - Ernest Gellner
Introduction from Sanity, Madness and the Family - R D Laing and A Esterson
A Socio-Linguistic Approach to Social Learning - Basil Bernstein
Women - Juliet Mitchell
The Longest Revolution
Conclusion from The Affluent Worker: Political Attitudes and Behaviour - John H Goldthorpe and David Lockwood
The Rediscovery of the Cash Nexus - J H Westergaard
Reform and Repression - Ralph Miliband
Conclusion from The World Turned Upside Down: Radical Ideas during the English Revolution - Christopher Hill
VOLUME TWO: NEW THEORY
Components of the National Culture - Perry Anderson
The Social Cohesion of Liberal Democracy - Michael Mann
Strategies of Social Closure in Class Formation - Frank Parkin
Rethinking the Theory of Class (I) - Anthony Giddens
Categories for a Materialist Criticism - Terry Eagleton
Realism and the Cinema - Colin McCabe
Notes on Some Brechtian Theses
Discourse and Objects of Discourse - Barry Hindess and Paul Q Hirst
Evolution and Communication - Jack Goody
Sections XV and XVI from The Poverty of Theory or an Orrery of Errors - E P Thompson
`Introduction' and `Hegemony' - Raymond Williams
The Forward March of Labour Halted? - Eric Hobsbawm
Contribution to a Political Economy of Mass Communication - Nicholas Garnham
Cultural Studies - Stuart Hall
Two Paradigms
`Introduction' and `Why Is the Labour Party in a Mess?' - Gareth Stedman-Jones
History Workshop 1966-80 - Raphael Samuel
Settling Accounts with Subcultures - Angela McRobbie
A Feminist Critique
`What Is Left?' and `Raymond Williams' - Roger Scruton
Post-Structuralism and the English Tradition - Anthony Easthope
VOLUME THREE: NEW POLITICS
Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema - Laura Mulvey
This Novel Changes Lives - Rosalind Coward
Are Women's Novel Feminist Novels?
Introduction-I from Feminine Sexuality: Jacques Lacan and the Ecole Freudienne - Juliet Mitchell
Pandora's Box - Cora Kaplan
Subjectivity, Class and Sexuality in Socialist Feminist Criticism
The Invisible Fl[ci]aneuse - Janet Wolff
Women and the Literature of Modernity
Feminism, Postmodernism and Style - Toril Moi
Recent Feminist Criticism in the United States
The Concept of Difference - Mich[gr]ele Barrett
Painting, Feminism, History - Griselda Pollock
Generations of Feminism - Lynne Segal
Antifeminism and Sex Reform before the First World War - Sheila Jeffreys
Conclusion - Jeffrey Weeks
Beyond Boundaries of Sexuality
Towards Cultural History - in Theory and Practice - Catherine Belsey
Culture and Textuality - Jonathan Dollimore and Alan Sinfield
Debating Cultural Materialism
The Modern Janus - Tom Nairn
The Whisper Wakes, the Shudder Plays - Paul Gilroy
`Race', Nation and Ethnic Absolutism
Of Mimicry and Man - Homi K Bhabha
The Ambivalence of Colonial Discourse
DissemiNation - Homi K Bhabha
Time, Narrative and the Margins of the Modern Nation
Culture, Community, Nation - Stuart Hall
Ideology and Utopia in the Formation of an Intelligentsia - Bryan Turner
Reflections on the English Cultural Conduit
VOLUME FOUR: NEW TIMES
Notes on Exterminism, the Last Stage of Civilization - E P Thompson
from Towards 2000 - Raymond Williams
from `Modernity and Revolution' - Perry Anderson
from 'Postmodernism, Post-Structuralism and Post-Marxism' - Alex Callinicos
Post-Marxism without Apologies - Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe
The Meaning of New Times - Stuart Hall
Is There a Postmodern Sociology? - Zygmunt Bauman
Useful Culture - Tony Bennett
The Promising Future of Class Analysis - John H Goldthorpe and Gordon Marshall
A Response to Recent Critiques
Feminism, Postmodernism and the `Real Me' - Angela McRobbie
Living in a Post-Traditional Society - Anthony Giddens
Ways of Looking - Richard Hoggart
Compass Bearings in a Wide-Open Society?
The Politics and Cultures of Discord - Alan Sinfield
Metaculture and Society - Francis Mulhern
Ukania under Blair - Tom Nairn
A Weightless Hegemony - Susan Watkins
New Labour's Role in the Neo-Liberal Order