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Ideology, Culture, and Han

by Young-Hee Lee

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Published by Jimoondnag International .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDavid Schlafer (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12329568M
    ISBN 101931897077
    ISBN 109781931897075

      53 An Introduction to Ideology. Carmen Maura, Edward Lossman, Samantha Latos, and Bradley Rucker. In Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses (), Louis Althusser discusses how Ideological State Apparatuses impose ideologies upon society and ideologies are always tied to ISA, Althusser uses the following examples: Church, Family, Media, and :// Christmas, Ideology and Popular Culture edited by Sheila Whiteley. Published by Edinburgh University Press. Offers an incisive account of the ways in which Christmas relates to social change, and how such recent events as 9/11 and the conflict in Iraq focus attention on traditional themes of

      Ideology It is useful to begin with a fairly standard definition of ideology. An ideology is a set of ideas by which men posit, explain and justify the ends and means of organized social action, irrespective of whether such action aims to preserve, amend, uproot or rebuild a given social order (Seliger, , p. 14)   Research on antifat attitudes in the United States has shown the position of antifat attitudes in an ideological network and the importance of attributions of control to prejudice against fat people. To test the role of blame and ideology in antifat prejudice, the authors compared attitudes among students in the United States and ://

    10 Language and the Culture of Gender: At the Intersection of Structure, Usage, and Ideology MICHAEL SILVERSTEIN EDITORS' INTRODUCTION Central to the concerns of modern semiotic research is the integration of a theory of ideology with an account of actual social ://   This chapter advocates the recognition by political anthropology of the need to match analytically and conceptually the recent renaissance of ideology in the political world. The ‘webs of significance’ that connect human beings form political subjectivities in systemic ways. Political anthropology should shed light on ideologies as cognitive structures with legitimizing ://


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Through translation and analysis by Lee, Younghee, author of "Ideology, Culture, and Han", in Traditional and Early Modern Korean Women's Literature, we gain a new appreciation of women's literature of the Joseon and early Modern periods.

Lee, Younghee suggests that the central unifying theme of Korean women's literature in these two pivotal  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Social Sciences. Finding a pragmatic exit from the semantic labyrinth surrounding ‘ideology' and ‘culture', this article considers the neutral connotations of ‘ideology' as a formative, intrinsically Get this from a library.

Ideology, culture, and han: traditional and early modern Korean women's literature. [Younghee Lee] The workings of power and ideology are the preconditions of language use.

Consequently, translation, like any linguistic activity, shapes and is shaped by power relations and the individual and collective ideologies gh ideology has been relevant to the study and practice of translation since time immemorial (cf. Fawcett's insightful historical account), its significance and ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm.

Contents: Gender and Korean literature --Ideology, culture and han --Women's literature in the early modern period --Conclusion: women finding their Title: Korean studies series (Chimundang (Seoul, Korea)), no. Responsibility:   YOU / IDEOLOGY, TEXTBOOKS, AND RHETORIC. book. For example, there are pages in the first edition, and the number of pages is almost doubled in the second edition.

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She was a visiting Fellow at Harvard University ; Lecturer in English Literature at University of East Anglia ?id=o2gFAQAAIAAJ. Punk ideologies are a group of varied social and political beliefs associated with the punk subculture and punk its original incarnation, the punk subculture originated out of working class angst and the frustrations many youth were feeling about economic inequality and the bourgeois hypocrisy and neglect of working people and their :// The Oxford Handbook of the Cold War offers a broad reassessment of the cold war period based on new conceptual frameworks developed in the field of international history.

The cold war emerges as a distinct period in twentieth-century history, yet one that should be evaluated within the broader context of global political, economic, social, and cultural ://   In this major new work, Thompson develops an original account of ideology and relates it to the analysis of culture and mass communication in modern Societies.

Thompson offers a concise and critical appraisal of major contributions to the theory of ideology, from Marx and Mannheim, to Horkheimer, Adorno and ://   In the context of narrative fiction, ideology may be defined as the frame of values informing the narrative.

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It eschews a teleological view of China’s ideological development, in which the present communist regime is assumed to be the inevitable culmination of the past, in favour of detailing This chapter summarizes research, describes current debates, and suggests future directions for research on the ideology of medium of instruction issues.

It suggests that medium of instruction issues are often called into service of social agendas that determine which language groups enjoy particular economic, political, and social :// This chapter makes the bold claim that ideology should be a central concept in political anthropology.

Despite some interest from linguistic (Gal ) and semiotic (Keane ) anthropologists, the renaissance that ideology is experiencing in other disciplines has yet to translate into a proper anthropological :// I’ve just finished a chapter on Critical cross-cultural management studies for an edited book (Szkudlarek, B., Osland, J., Caprar, D.

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Thompson available from Rakuten Kobo. In this major new work, Thompson develops an original account of ideology and relates it to the analysis of culture and  › Home › eBooks. Cultural values and religious beliefs play a substantial role in adolescent development. Developmental scientists have shown increasing interest in how culture and religion are involved in the processes through which adolescents adapt to environments.

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book should be required reading for all sub- arctic ethnologists as well as for anyone in- terested in the cognitive and material aspects of culture. This is a landmark study by compe- tent scholar who has defined yet another dimen- sion of research in the subarctic. Handbook of   The hermeneutic psychologist, Philip Cushman, has written extensively on the emergence and proliferation of a particular kind of “empty self” that he associates with a “neoliberal way of being.” 41 This is a form of selfhood is expressive of a culture of mass consumerism, in which human problems are treated as resolvable through the Language Ideology in the Discourse of Popular Culture ANDREW MOODY Although there are a number of different ways to defi ne “popular culture,” Moody () notes that there are three characteristics that appear to be common to most defi nitions: popular culture is usually associated with mass media (and especially “free” media like radio