Cultural Contestation in Ethnic Conflict
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Description: Ethnic conflict often focuses on culturally charged symbols and rituals that evoke strong emotions from all sides. The author focuses on participants' accounts of conflict to identify emotionally significant issues, and the power of cultural expressions to link individuals to larger identities and shape action.
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List price: $51.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 5/3/2007
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
|List of figures|
|Introduction: easy questions and hard answers, what are they fighting about?|
|The political psychology of competing narratives|
|Narratives and performance: ritual enactment and psychocultural dramas in ethnic conflict|
|Loyalist parades in Northern Ireland as recurring psychocultural dramas|
|Where is Barcelona? Imagining the nation without a state|
|Digging up the past to contest the present: politics and archeology in Jerusalem's Old City|
|Dressed to express: Islamic headscarves in French schools|
|The politics of memory and memorialization in post-apartheid South Africa|
|Enlarging South Africa's symbolic landscape|
|Flags, heroes, and statues: inclusive versus exclusive identity markers in the American South|
|Culture's central role in ethnic conflict|