Non-European Ethnology

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Mistrust
Neu
€34.99
Release date: 2018-02-01

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Mistrust

Ethnographic Approximations

Mistrust is usually treated as an annoying absence and a societal failure. This book takes a step back and explores what people actually do when they mistrust.
Port Cities as Areas of Transition
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€24.80
Release date: 2008-08-27

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Port Cities as Areas of Transition

Ethnographic Perspectives

Port cities have always been the gateway to the world. This anthology shows port cities as crucibles of globalization and trans-nationalization processes, developing their own kinds of urban structures.
Lived Temporalities
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€29.80
Release date: 2007-12-27

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Lived Temporalities

Exploring Duration in Guatemala. Empirical and Theoretical Studies

In contemporary global capitalist culture, time-consciousness becomes more important than self-consciousness. In the realm of lived time, the identity of the self opens up to an encounter with otherness. Insights into the ways in which this dynamic unfolds enable one to affirm human temporalities in their potential difference to the temporalities of global capitalism.
The book offers an empirical exploration of lived temporalities on markets, in buses and in traditional subsistence in Guatemala, and a theoretical exploration of these through the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze and inter-relational approaches within psychoanalysis.
Childhood and Migration
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€25.80
Release date: 2005-10-27

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Childhood and Migration

From Experience to Agency

This volume puts an emphasis on the question how children themselves experience and manage migration and by means of which they construct an identity for themselves which takes into account their experiences from both their places of origin and their host societies. What role does the cultural background of the society of origin on the one hand and the strategies of integration found in the host society on the other play in the creation of identity and of a concept of home, origin and belonging? How do children express processes of cultural orientation and integration (music, media, fashion, style) and what role do peer groups and social milieus play in this regard? How do migrant children experience xenophobia and a lack of acceptance on the side of the host society and how do they counter-balance such experiences?
The approach taken is both comparative and interdisciplinary, the contributors having different theoretical and methodological backgrounds, the contributions dealing with different social and cultural settings both with regard to place of origin and host society.

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