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Cultural Repertoires Structure, Function and Dynamics (Groningen Studies in Cultural Change, V. 3) (Groningen Studies in Cultural Change, V. 3)

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  • General,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Language,
  • Semiotics & Theory,
  • Literature,
  • Congresses,
  • Canon (Literature),
  • History and criticism

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Edition Notes

ContributionsGillis J. Dorleijn (Editor), H. L. J. Vanstiphout (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages249
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9100095M
ISBN 109042912995
ISBN 109789042912991

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Cultural Repertoires. Structure, Function and Dynamics (Groningen Studies in Cultural Change) [GJ Dorleijn, Herman Vanstiphout] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. It is apparent that every linguistic and literary tradition will wish to distinguish broad periods in its historical evolution. One way of demarcating such periods is by isolating and identifying dominant Cited by: 2. This book collects 31 path-breaking essays by classic and contemporary scholars to introduce cultural sociology to an emerging generation of students and to others unfamiliar with the field. A selection of foundational reflections and cutting-edge research is grouped into five core sections - key ideas, cultural repertoires, cultural production /5(3). On the Structure and Function of Cultural Repertoires: An Introduction / Gillis J. Dorleijn, Herman L.J. Vanstiphout --Structure --The Old Babylonian Literary Canon: Structure, Function and Intention / Herman L.J. Vanstiphout --Sumerian Literature / Niek Veldhuis --The Classical Arabic Canon of Polite (and Impolite) Literature / Geert Jan van. People towards each of these identity modes organise their cultural consumption according to specific cultural repertoires. Those towards strategic assimilation draw on repertoires of code-switching and cultural equity, consuming traditional middle class culture to maintain equality with the white middle class in levels of cultural : Ali Meghji.

The Cultural Heterogeneity module overcomes a long-standing barrier to studying individual cultural repertoires and in doing so provides novel information about what individual and network attributes predict a more or less diverse set of cultural by: 1.   National cultural repertoires of evaluation appear to grow more parallel in Western countries because of the homogenizing influences of cultural globalization (Appadurai, ; Hesmondhalgh, ). This trend supposes that national differences found in the past are subsiding ( Cited by: 8. cultural repertoires of upper-middle class and lower-middle class Ameri-cans. In so doing, it investigates the relationship of the concept of cultural repertoires, defined in terms of a familiarity with both high and popular culture, to the concept of cultural capital, defined in terms of familiarity with high culture. Book Description. The thoroughly revised and updated second edition of the Routledge Handbook of Cultural Sociology provides an unparalleled overview of sociological and related scholarship on the complex relations of culture to social structures and everyday 70 essays written by scholars from around the world, the book brings diverse approaches into dialogue, charting new pathways.

A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data Rethinking comparative cultural sociology:repertoires of evaluation in France and the United States / edited by Michèle Lamont and Laurent Thévenot. p. . The book Getting Respect is crucial to the in-depth comprehension of the relations between cultural repertoires and the phenomenology of everyday life, the cultural processes affiliated with Author: Avihu Shoshana. Analyzing Changes in Organizational Cultural Repertoires By Davide Ravasi, Violina Rindova, Elena Dalpiaz Recent developments in cultural sociology and organization studies view culture as a repertoire of resources that individuals flexibly draw upon to support their strategies of : Davide Ravasi, Violina Rindova, Elena Dalpiaz. Ethnoracial autonomous individuals draw on repertoires of browning and Afro-centrism, showing a preference for cultural forms that uplift Black diasporic histories and book analyses how racism and anti-racism affect Black British middle class cultural consumption.