Governing Cultures Anthropological Perspectives on Political Labor, Power, and Government
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Description: Governments are more than formal political institutions, they are places of work for thousands of women and men, and powerful social, cultural, and economic sites that shape the lives of all people. This collection demonstrates how anthropologists can enrich our understandings of government by exploring the labor of those who govern, and how the dynamics of culture are at the heart of government actions that justify, modify, and reproduce political action. By assembling original, ethnographically-grounded research in legislatures, executives, and bureaucracies, this volume illuminates and unpacks the structures, practices, and values of government actors in local, regional, and national contexts.
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Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 10/10/2012
Size: 5.20" wide x 8.50" long x 0.20" tall
|Government Matters: Intellectual Labor and the Work of Governing|
|Navigating the Illegible State: The Political Labor of Government in Mexico|
|A Project of Governing and its Contradictions: Maternal-Infant Care in Highland Ecuador|
|Governing Beef: Program Implementation, Unintended Consequences, and BSE Control in Alberta|
|Selling Clear Red Water: The Identity Politics of Governing in the National Assembly for Wales|
|Legislative Authenticity and the Politics of Recognition: Being a Maori Member of the New Zealand Parliament|
|Gendering Government: Political Labor and the Production of Policy and Political Culture|
|The Work of Being Governed: From the Welfare State to the "Big Society" in Britain|
|The Will To End Hunger in the Age of Security: Food Security, National Security, and Community-Based Food Security in the United States|
|The Work of Governing|
|List of Contributors|