Sociological Perspectives
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New edition of a popular and highly readable examination of debates surrounding identity.
Shows how identity is part of the fabric of society, and integral to social relations - critical to how we understand the social world.
1. Introduction: identity as a question

2. Stories, memories, identities

3. Who do you think you are? Kinship, inheritance and identity

4. Becoming ourselves: governing and/through identities

5. I desire therefore I am: unconscious selves

6. Masquerading as ourselves: self-impersonation and social life

7. The hidden privileges of identity: on being middle class

8. Identity politics, identity and politics

Afterword: identity ties
Questions about who we are, who we can be, and who is like and unlike us underpin a vast range of contemporary social issues. What makes our families so important to us? What do the often stark differences between how we self-identify and the way others see and define us reveal about our social world? Why do we attach such significance to 'being ourselves'?
In this new edition of her popular and inviting introduction, Steph Lawler examines a range of important debates about identity. Taking a sociological perspective, she shows how identity is produced and embedded in social relationships, and worked out in the practice of people's everyday lives. She challenges the perception of identity as belonging within the person, arguing instead that it is produced and negotiated between persons. Chapter-by-chapter her book explores topics such as the relationships between lives and life-stories, the continuing significance of kinship in the face of social change, and how taste works to define identity. In particular, the updated edition has a new chapter on identity politics, as well as carefully compiled guides for further reading that reflect the broad importance and impact of these ideas, and the fact that, without understanding identity, we can't adequately begin to understand the social world.

This book is essential reading for upper-level courses across the social sciences that focus on the compelling issues surrounding identity.
Autor: Stephanie Lawler
Steph Lawler is is Reader in Sociology at Newcastle University, UK.

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Autor: Stephanie Lawler
ISBN-13 :: 9780745654164
ISBN: 0745654169
Verlag: Wiley & Sons
Gewicht: 343g
Seiten: 208
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2. Aufl.
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 231x152x13 mm
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