7 edition of Rethinking resistance found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Jon Abbink, Mirjam de Bruijn & Klaas Van Walraven.|
|Series||African dynamics,, v. 2, African dynamics ;, 2.|
|Contributions||Abbink, J., Bruijn, Mirjam de, 1962-, Walraven, Klaas van, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||DT21.5 .R48 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||2002043936|
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This article reconceptualizes subcultural resistance based on an ethnographic examination of the straight edge movement. Using the core values of straight edge, the author’s analysis builds on new subcultural theories and suggests a framework for how members construct and understand their subjective experiences of being a part of a by: Rethinking Gender in Revolutions and Resistance is the first book to analyze the shifts in gender roles, relations, and norms that have occurred since the Arab Spring. With chapters written by scholars and activists from the countries affected, including Palestine, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, and Syria, this is an important addition to Middle.
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With contributions from historians, anthropologists and political scientists, Rethinking Resistance analyzes the concepts of resistance, violence and ideological imagination, and has chapters on uprisings and revolts in nineteenth-century pre-colonial societies and early colonial Africa, post-colonial rebellions and Rethinking resistance book recent and contemporary : Paperback.
A pleasant disappointment, at the one hand the book did not deliver on it's promise to be a true revolutionary insight in the dynamics at play during episodes of widespread violence nor did it change my view on the meaning of collaboration or alternative ways of resistance used in Africa.
The book is a collection of contribution by different experts on a wide array of subjects from precolonial to /5. White Fatigue: Rethinking Resistance for Social Justice explores how, despite the pleas and research of critical scholars, what passes for multicultural education in schools is often promotion of human relations and tolerance rather than a sustained critical examination of how race and racism shape social, political, economic, and educational opportunities for various groups, both historically and Author: Joseph E.
Flynn Jr. "Rethinking Resistance" analyzes revolts from the nineteenth century and early colonial Africa, post-colonial rebellions and recent conflicts in African history by reinterpreting resistance studies in the light of current scholarly thought and linking them to new conceptual perspectives on.
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Rethinking postcolonial resistance in Niger-Delta literature: An ecocritical reading of Okpewho’s Tides and Ojaide’s The Activist Farred’s work opens up a space for the case I make about rethinking violence as a strategy of postcolonial Author: Cajetan N.
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RETHINKING RESISTANCE AND RECOGNIZING AMBIVALENCE: A MULTIDIMENSIONAL VIEW OF ATTITUDES TOWARD AN ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE SANDY KRISTIN PIDERIT Case Western Reserve University In this article I review studies of resistance to change and advocate new research based on a reconceptualization of individual responses to change as multidimen-sional attitudes.
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In Rhythm and Resistance we have just such a book, striking a powerful balance between theory and practice, edging the two ever closer together in ways that will profoundly impact the day-to-day work of countless teachers. This book has me wondering aloud, again, about why the voices of our nation’s most gifted classroom educators are so.
Rethinking Resistance and Recognizing Ambivalence: A Multidimensional View of Attitudes toward an Organizational Change Article (PDF Available) in The Academy of Management Review 25(4) Rethinking Gender in Revolutions and Resistance: Lessons from the Arab World edited by Maha El Said, Lena Meari and Nicola Pratt, Zed Books, Book Review Across the globe, women’s role in revolutions and national uprisings has always been problematic.
While their participation and integration into nationalist movements is usually welcomed up to a point, the recognition of women’s roles. Rethinking Gendered Regulations and Resistances in Education highlights key debates on the theme of ‘regulation and resistance’, focusing on some of the most pressing contemporary issues in the field of gender and education today.
It underlines the need for educational research to attend to historical and psychosocial specificity, chart local complexity and global disparity, de-colonise.
White Fatigue: Rethinking Resistance for Social Justice explores how, despite the pleas and research of critical scholars, what passes for multicultural education in schools is often promotion of human relations and tolerance rather than a sustained critical examination of how race and racism shape social, political, economic, and educational opportunities for various groups, both historically Pages: Judith Butler on Rethinking Vulnerability, Violence, Resistance "We do not have to love one another to engage in meaningful solidarity." – on International Women's Day we bring you this writing from Judith Butler.
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What’s wrong with Whitehall. Mandarins and ways of. Dr. Flynn is an Associate Professor at Northern Illinois University and author of an award winning book, "White Fatigue: Rethinking Resistance for Social Justice". We will discuss the book and how it can help teachers, even during this global pandemic, talk about race with students in meaningful ways.NCBI Bookshelf.
A service of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. Greenhalgh T, Swinglehurst D, Stones R. Rethinking resistance to ‘big IT’: a sociological study of why and when healthcare staff do not use nationally mandated information and communication technologies.White Fatigue: Rethinking Resistance for Social Justice explores how, despite the pleas and research of critical scholars, what passes for multicultural education in schools is often promotion of human relations and tolerance rather than a sustained critical examination of how race and racism shape social, political, economic, and educational opportunities for various groups, both historically.