Political Sentiments and Social Movements: The Person in Politics and Culture (ePub/PDF) has to do with how normal individuals construct political significances, form political identities and feeling, and end up being linked or disengaged from political contests. Drawing on mental sociology, it reveals the intricacies of political subjectivities through engaging individual stories that complicated our understanding of the relationship in between culture and politics. Chapters check out the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street in the United States, 3rd gender advocacy in India, Rastafari in Jamaica, the ecological motion in the U.S., Courage to Refuse in Israel, Salafi motions in northern Nigeria, anti-immigrant advocacy in Denmark and post-socialist labor politics in Romania.
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