From Collective Memory to Commemoration
The Handbook of Cultural Sociology provides a comprehensive overview of contemporary scholarship in sociology and related disciplines focused on the complex relations of culture to social structures and everyday life. With sixty-five essays written by scholars from around the world, the book draws diverse approaches to cultural sociology into a dialogue that charts new pathways for research on culture in a global era.
Contributing scholars address vital concerns that relate to classic questions as well as emergent issues in the study of culture. Topics include cultural and social theory, politics and the state, social stratification, community, aesthetics, lifestyle, and identity. In addition, the authors explore developments central to the constitution and reproduction of culture, such as power, technology, and the organization of work.
This book is essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students interested in diverse subfields within Sociology, as well as Cultural Studies, Media and Communication, and Postcolonial Theory.
Sociology of Culture
The Handbook of Cultural Sociology
John R. Hall; Laura Grindstaff; Ming-Cheng Lo
City or Country
London ; New York
SAITO, Hiro. (2010). From Collective Memory to Commemoration. In The Handbook of Cultural Sociology (pp. ). London ; New York: Routledge.
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