5 edition of Culture troubles found in the catalog.
Includes bibliogrphical references and index.
|Statement||Patrick Chabal, Jean-Pascal Daloz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 395 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||395|
|ISBN 10||1850657807, 1850658005|
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Culture Troubles: Politics Cited by: The book Culture Troubles: Politics and the Interpretation of Meaning, Patrick Chabal and Jean-Pascal Daloz is published by University of Chicago Press. Culture Troubles: Politics and the Interpretation of Meaning, Chabal, Daloz.
Chabal and Daloz’s argument is Culture troubles book based on an analysis of culture understood as a system of meanings rather than as values. Hence, the authors offer a methodology that grounds political analysis in the interpretation of what ‘makes sense’ to the people concerned.
Chabal and Daloz's argument is one based on an analysis of culture understood as a system of meanings rather than as values. Hence, the authors offer a methodology that grounds political analysis in the interpretation of what 'makes sense' to the people concerned.
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Catholic refugees The book is divided into thematic chapters which examine issues such as violence in the South, State security, attitudes towards northern nationalists, including the experience of. Brodesser-Akner is not the first author to split a book about marriage into two parts, or to explore the unknowability of one’s spouse, or to subvert a man’s chronicle by means of a woman’s.
Get this from a library. Culture troubles: politics and the interpretation of meaning. [Patrick Chabal; Jean-Pascal Daloz] -- A systematic examination and re-evaluation of the role of culture in political analysis.
The authors' contentions are that it is unwise to. Culture» Books; Troubles at home and abroad Frances Wilson reviews Rebel Daughters: Ireland in Conflict by Janet Todd AM BST 02 Jul Janet Todd's last book, a.
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"Culture Troubles" is a systematic reevaluation of the role of culture in political analysis. Here, Patrick Chabal and Jean-Pascal Daloz contend that it is unwise to compare different societies without taking into account culture, which in their interpretation is not a system of values, but rather a system of inherited meanings and symbols.4/5(3).
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It’s received raves from. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chabal, Patrick, Culture troubles. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (OCoLC) Material Type.
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