Routledge handbook of identity studies [electronic resource] / edited by Anthony Elliott.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2011.
Description
1 online resource (xxiv, 407 p.) : ill.

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Editor
Series
Routledge international handbooks [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Source of description
Description based on print version record.
Contents
  • Part 1: Theories of identity. A history of identity : the riddle at the heart of the mystery of life / Charles Lemert ; Feminism and identity / Ann Branaman ; Identity after psychoanalysis / Stephen Frosh ; Foucauldian approaches to the self / Gavin Kendall ; The fragmentation of identity : post-structuralist and postmodern theories / Sam Han ; Reflexive identities / Daniel Chaffee ; Individualization / Cosmo Howard ; New identities, new individualism / Eric L. Hsu
  • Part 2: The analysis of identity. Transformations of working identities : labour and the self / Daniel Mendelson ; Identity, race and ethnicity / Anthony Moran ; Gendered identities / Mary Holmes ; Media and identity / Nick Stevenson ; Virtual identities : from decentered to distributed selves / Sam Han ; Consumer identities / Roberta Sassatelli ; Identity, mortality and death / Tamara Waraschinski and Charles Lemert
  • Part 3: Identity-politics and its consequences. Sexual identity-politics : activism from gay to queer and beyond / Mark Casey ; Environmentalism and identity-politics / Eileen M. McGurty ; Black freedom struggles and African American identity / David Stein ; The politics of Islamic identities / Sundas Ali ; Indigenous identities : from colonialism to post-colonialism / Anthony Moran ; (Anti- )globalization and resistance identities / Catherine Eschle ; Identity-politics in the global age / Giorgio Shani.
ISBN
  • 9781135196516 (electronic bk.)
  • 1135196516 (electronic bk.)
  • 0203869710 (electronic bk.)
  • 9780203869710 (electronic bk.)
OCLC
794003421
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