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Título Contesting culture: discourses of identity in multi-ethnic LondonLibros / Impreso - Libros
Autor(es) Baumann, Gerd, 1953- (Autor)
Publicación Cambridge, Massachusetts : Cambridge University Press, 1996
Descripción Física xiii, 215 páginas : ilustraciones, mapas ; 23cm.
Idioma Inglés;
Series Cambridge Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology (100)
ISBN 052155554X
Clasificación(es) 305.8009421
ANTROPOLOGIA
Materia(s) Etnicidad; Londres (Inglaterra); Inglaterra; Vida en comunidad; Multiculturalismo; Relaciones étnicas; Condiciones sociales;
Nota(s) CONTENIDO: Introduction: the process of research. -- The argument: identifying a dominant discourse. -- The reification of culture. -- The discourse of 'community' on the basis of ethnicity. -- The dominant discourse in Britain. -- Presentation of the data. -- A shared Southall culture?. -- 'Town': a cultivated space. -- Ethnic distinctions, economic commonalities. -- Some local history: migration and the 'white backlash', community building and 'the Southall Riots'. -- Local politics as community competition. -- The dominant discourse applied: 'self-evident' communities of culture. -- On Sikhs: the 'majority community'. -- On Hindus: cultural cachet. -- On Muslims: marginalized as a community. -- On Afro-Caribbeans: community across island cultures. -- On Whites: Irish without community, English without culture?. -- On youth: culture consciousness among children. -- The dominant discourse denied: community as creation, culture as process. -- Sikhs and the creation of caste communities. -- Hindus and the culture of encompassment. -- Muslims and the multi-cultural community of Islam. -- Afro-Caribbeans and four approaches to 'finding' culture. -- Whites and three strategies in the absence of community. -- Culture and community as terms of cultural contestation. -- On youth: assessing and discovering an Asian culture. -- Questioning Asian culture: socialist and feminist networks. -- Contesting political community: 'Are Asians Black?'. -- Questioning religious community: interfaith networks. -- Contesting religious community: convergence, encompassment, and 'multi-cultural' equality. -- Conclusion. -- Summary of the argument. -- The community patterning of the demotic discourse. -- The local persistence of the dominant discourse. -- The relationship between dominant and demotic discourse. -- The question of rights.
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