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Late Modernity and Social Change Reconstructing Social and Personal Life

Late Modernity and Social Change Reconstructing Social and Personal Life

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Häftad bok. Routledge. New ed. uppl. 2006. 200 sidor.

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ISBN
9780415281775
Titel
Late modernity and social change : reconstructing social and personal life
Författare
Heaphy, Brian
Utgivningsdatum
2019
Språk
English
Baksidestext
The argument -- Directions -- Founding narratives of modernity and the logics of social change -- Introduction -- Narrating the modern, envisioning the social -- Capitalistic modernity -- Industrial modernity -- Rationalistic modernity -- Modern fragments -- Civilized modernity -- Conclusion: constructing modernity and the sociological project -- The deconstrcutive turn -- Introduction -- Critical theory -- Poststructuralism and the logics of disintegration -- Modernity, order and governance -- Critiquing poststructuralism -- Other deconstructions -- Radical difference -- Poststructuralism, radical difference and sociology -- Reflexive methodology and sociological practice -- Conclusion -- Postmodernity and the cultural turn -- Introduction -- The postmodern turn -- A postmodern paradigm? -- Postmodern distinctions: the cultural and the social -- Postmodern differences -- Radical postmodernism -- Postmodernity and sociological strategy -- Reintegrating the social -- Conclusion -- Late modernity and the reflexive turn -- Introduction -- Retinking postmodernity -- Reframing modernity -- Late modernity -- Risk society -- Reflexive modernity -- Globalization and individualization -- Life-politics and personal life -- Conclusion: the sociological project of reflexivty -- Reconstructing self and idenity -- Introduction -- The project of self-identity -- Self-monitoring and existential questions -- Self-identity, reflexivity and empowerment -- The difference within: self and psychic structure -- Psychic structure and repression -- Gendered subjectivities and patriarchal structures -- The decentred self -- Inscribing selfhood: discipline and power -- Disciplined subjects -- Discipline / reflexivity -- Consuming postmodern idenities -- Do-it-yourself identities -- Self reflexivity and resources -- Conclusion -- Reflexive relating and intimacy -- Introduction -- Transforming intimacy -- Plastic sexuality, the pure relationships and confluent love -- Intimate battles: biographies, relationships and work -- Order and uncertainty -- Critics of intimacy -- Power, sexuality and gender -- Sexuality and power -- Sexuality, gender and power -- Demanding reflexivity: gender, work and intimacy -- Rationalization and gendered reflexivity -- Reflexive working, sexuality and emotion -- Reflexive gender in intimate relationships -- Conclusion -- Death, deskilling and life-politics -- Introduction -- Modernity, death and deskilling -- Late modernity, death and the self -- Death as a problem in late modernity -- Resources for living -- Life-politics and non-emancipated experience -- Death and reconstructivist sociology -- Conclusion -- The sociology of reflexivity or reflexive sociology? -- Introduction -- Situating reconstructivist theories of modernity -- Modernity and the social: construction, deconstructions and reconstructions -- Reconstructing sociology: the sociology of reflexivity -- Reflexivity, social change and personal life -- Reflexive sociology: where difference and power matter -- Can the sociology of reflexivity become reflexive sociology?