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  • - Sociologier om det upåagtede
    af Jan Trost, Michael Hviid Jacobsen, Søren Peter Olesen, mfl.
    451,95 kr.
    Fragt 39,95 kr.

    Hverdagen spiller en afgørende rolle, hvis man vil forstå samfundet i sin helhed og kompleksitet, og de seneste årtier har studier af hverdagen spillet en stadig større rolle inden for sociologien. Hverdagslivet – sociologier om det upåagtede giver en bred introduktion til hverdagslivssociologien som et samlet felt. Bogen beskriver hverdagslivssociologiens ophav i Chicago-skolen og den amerikanske pragmatisme samt udviklingen mod nyere teoridannelser.Der stilles skarpt på marxisme, fænomenologi, eksistentialisme, emotionssociologi og nyere fransk hverdagslivssociologi, der ikke er eksplicit sociologiske skoler, men som på hver deres måde kaster et perspektivrigt blik på hverdagslivet. Endvidere præsenteres centrale hverdagslivstænkere som Goffman, Garfinkel, Sacks og Schegloff. Bogen er rettet mod studerende og undervisere på universiteter og højere læreanstalter.Bogen foreligger her i en gennemrevideret og ajourført udgave med til føjelse af to kapitler: fransk hverdagssociologi og emotionssociologi. Indhold:1.       Chicago-sociologi: Anja Jørgensen2.       Amerikansk pragmatisme: Antje Gimler3.       Symbolsk interaktionisme: Jan Trost, Irene Levin4.       Marxisme, modernitet og utopi: Michael Gardiner5.       Fænomenologisk sociologi: Dan Zahavi og Søren Overgaard6.       Erving Goffmann: Søren Kristiansen7.       Fransk hverdagssociologi: Michael Hviid Jacobsen8.       Eksistentiaistisk sociologi: Joseph A. Kotarba9.       Etnometodologi og det absurdes sociologi: Michael Hviid Jacobsen10.   Samtaleanalyse: Søren Peter Olesen11.   Emotionssociologi: Emma Engdahl og Michael Hviid Jacobsen  Redaktion: Michael Hviid Jacobsen, professor ved Institut for Sociologi og Socialt Arbejde, AAU. Søren Kristiansen, lektor i sociologi ved Institut for Sociologi og Socialt Arbejde, AAU, samt prorektor sammesteds.

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  • - Global Flavors, New Traditions
    af Michael Gardiner
    263,95 kr.
    Fragt 39,95 kr.

    This dynamic, inspiring set of recipes includes Asian, Indian, Latin, European, and Israeli influences, fresh ingredients, and modern techniques to present a bright, elevated vision of everyday kosher cooking.

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    • 39,95 kr.
  • - A Musical and Metaphysical Analysis
    af Michael Gardiner
    1.288,95 kr.
    Fragt 39,95 kr.

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  • af Michael Gardiner
    553,95 kr.
    Fragt 39,95 kr.

    This book describes the recent Scottish independence referendum as the latest incarnation of a contest between two times on one hand, an ideally continuous time beyond determination underpinning financial sovereignty, on the other the interruptions to this ideal continuity inherent in human action.

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  • - A Musical and Metaphysical Analysis
    af Michael Gardiner
    417,95 kr.
    Fragt 39,95 kr.

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  • af Michael Gardiner
    439,95 kr.

    This book describes the recent Scottish independence referendum as the latest incarnation of a contest between two times on one hand, an ideally continuous time beyond determination underpinning financial sovereignty, on the other the interruptions to this ideal continuity inherent in human action.

  • af Michael Gardiner
    231,95 kr.

    This book charts the course of Scottish Critical Theory since the 1960s. It provocatively argues that 'French' critical-theoretical ideas have developed in tandem with Scottish writing during this period. Its themes can be read as a breakdown in Scottish Enlightenment thinking after empire - precisely the process which permitted the rise of 'theory'.The book places within a wider theoretical context writers such as Muriel Spark, Edwin Morgan, Ian Hamilton Finlay, James Kelman, Alexander Trocchi, Janice Galloway, Alan Warner and Irvine Welsh, as well as more recent work by Alan Riach and Pat Kane, who can be seen to take the 'post-Enlightenment' narrative forward. In doing so, it draws on the work of the Scottish thinkers John Macmurray and R.D. Laing as well as the continental philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Paul Virilio.

  • - Essays in Everyday Utopianism
    af Michael Gardiner
    369,95 kr.

    This volume explores the connection between two phenomena usually thought to be utterly incongruous, even antithetical: 'utopia' and 'everyday life'. It presents a series of essays, written over the last twenty years, which rethink the nature and prospects of utopianism in a world that has grown increasingly sceptical as to the possibility of systemic socio-political transformation in a positive direction. Through critical interdisciplinary engagements with a wide variety of thinkers ranging from Mikhail Bakhtin to Henri Lefebvre and beyond, many of whom are often read as anti-utopian figures, the essays argue that it is possible to locate utopian promises buried deep within the embodied rituals, practices and symbolic forms associated with everyday existence, in a manner that reveals the essential openness of the present day to momentous future change.

  • - Readings in Liberal Tradition and Native Modernism
    af Michael Gardiner
    350,95 kr.

    This book describes firstly a Japanese modernity which is readable not only as a modernising, but also as a Britishing, and secondly modernist attempts to overhaul this British universalism in some well-known and some less-known Japanese texts. From the mid-nineteenth century, and particularly as hastened by the spectre of China in the First Opium War, Japan's modernity was bound up with a convergence with British Newtonian cosmology, something underscored by the British presence in Meiji Japan and the British education of key Meiji state-makers. Moreover the thinking behind Britain's own unification in the long eighteenth century, particularly the Scottish Enlightenment, is echoed strikingly faithfully in the 1860s-70s work of Fukuzawa Yukichi, Nakamura Masanao, and other writers in the 'Japanese Enlightenment'. However, from around the end of the Meiji era, we can see a concerted and pointed response to this British universalism, its historiography, its basis in the sovereign individual subject, and its spatial mapping of the world. Elements of this response can be read in texts including Natsume Soseki's Kokoro, Watsuji Tetsuro's Fudo (Climate and Culture), Tanizaki Jun'ichiro's In'ei Raisan (In Praise of Shadows), Kawabata Yasunari's Yukiguni (Snow Country), and various work of the mid-period Kyoto School. Rarely understood in terms of its British specificity, this response should have something to say to modernist studies more generally, since it aimed at a pluralism and de-universalisation that was difficult for mainstream British modernism itself. Indeed the strength of this de-universalisation may be precisely why these 'native' Japanese modernist tendencies have not much been accepted as modernism within the Anglophone academy, despite this field's apparent widening of its ground in the twenty-first century.

  • - A Musical and Metaphysical Analysis
    af Michael Gardiner
    350,95 kr.

    The Ordo Virtutum, Hildegard von Bingen's twelfth-century music-drama, is one of the first known examples of a large-scale composition by a named composer in the Western canon. Not only does the Ordo's expansive duration set it apart from its precursors, but also its complex imagery and non-biblical narrative have raised various questions concerning its context and genre. As a poetic meditation on the fall of a soul, the Ordo deploys an array of personified virtues and musical forces over the course of its eighty-seven chants. In this ambitious analysis of the work, Michael C. Gardiner examines how classical Neoplatonic hierarchies are established in the music-drama and considers how they are mediated and subverted through a series of concentric absorptions (absorptions related to medieval Platonism and its various theological developments) which lie at the core of the work's musical design and text. This is achieved primarily through Gardiner's musical network model, which implicates mode into a networked system of nodes, and draws upon parallels with the medieval interpretation of Platonic ontology and Hildegard's correlative realization through sound, song, and voice.

  • - M.M. Bakhtin and the Theory of Ideology
    af Michael Gardiner
    296,95 - 745,95 kr.

    As interest in the work of Bakhtin grows there is an increasing demand for a well organized, readable text which explains his main ideas and relates them to current social and cultural theory. This book is designed to supply this demand. Elegantly written with the needs of the student coming to Bakhtin for the first time in mind, it provides the essential guide to this important and neglected thinker.

  • - An Introduction
    af Michael Gardiner
    225,95 - 280,95 kr.

    Recent years have witnessed a burgeoning interest in the study of everyday life within the social sciences and humanities. In Critiques of Everyday Life Michael Gardiner proposes that there exists a counter-tradition within everyday life theorising. This counter-tradition has sought not merely to describe lived experience, but to transform it by elevating our understanding of the everyday to the status of a critical knowledge.In his analysis Gardiner engages with the work of a number of significant theorists and approaches that have been marginalized by mainstream academe, including:*The French tradition of everyday life theorising, from the surrealists to Henri Lefebvre, and from the Situationist International to Michel de Certeau*Agnes Heller and the relationship between the everyday, rationality and ethics*Carnival, prosaics and intersubjectivity in the work of Mikhail Bakhtin*Dorothy E. Smith's feminist perspective on everyday life.Critiques of Everyday Life demonstrates the importance of an alternative, multidisciplinary everyday life paradigm and offers a myriad of new possibilities for critical social and cultural theorising and empirical research.

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