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A Phenomenology of Working-Class Experience (Cambridge Cultural Social Studies)

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social classes,
  • Sociology,
  • Labor,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Sociology - General,
  • Minority Studies - General,
  • Social Science / General,
  • Working class--England--Rotherham,
  • General,
  • England,
  • Rotherham,
  • Working class

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages324
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7750609M
    ISBN 100521659159
    ISBN 109780521659154


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39, No. 1, May 1, This book brings together different approaches that shed light on the phenomenology of the lived body—its normality and abnormality, health and sickness, its activity as well as its passivity.

The contributors integrate phenomenological insights with discussions about bodily brokenness in philosophy, theology, medical science and literary theory.

A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Catologuing in Publication data Charlesworth, Simon J. A phenomenology of working class experience / Simon J. Charlesworth. – (Cambridge Cultural Social Studies) Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 0 6 (hardback).Cited by: Also, look up Van Manen and his book Researching Lived Experience - I find this to be a great book on hermeneutic phenomenology.

Lastly, Moustakas and. A very good book drawing on the life of the author who was born into working class Britain, and through education moved to become "middle class". It is, more broadly, a study of what it means to be working class, as well as how difficult it is to extract one from it.

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SJ Charlesworth. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,pp.£ ISBN:   Over the years, I've done a paragraph by paragraph commentary on Hegel's Phenomenology for use by my students in classes on the book.

I'm. Call for Expressions of Interest and Proposals: New Work on Phenomenology and Marxism. In recent years there has been an increasing level of interest in connections between phenomenology and political philosophy, including the very idea of ‘the political’ itself.

An older working‐class couple, Mr and Mrs Cheung,10 All names are pseudonyms except where a respondent has given express permission for their real name to be used.

who lived in a squatter hut with their grown up children in Hong Kong, running a street food stall, also spoke of the material luxury of their apartment across the Hong Kong Cited by: 3. A Welcome Back to the Working Class Tim Edensor School of Humanities and Social Sciences Staffordshire University S.

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(ISBNISBN ) S. Munt (ed.), Cultural Studies and the. A moving collection of short, personal encounters between a psychoanalyst and his patients, The Examined Life reveals how the art of insight can illuminate the most complicated, confounding, and human of experiences.

Ultimately, these stories show us not only how we love ourselves but how we might find by: 2. This article examines Bourdieu’s adoption of Husserl’s concept of ‘doxa’ and argues that Bourdieu’s reading of Husserl overpolarizes doxa (or sens pratique) and reflexivity.

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This book brings together different approaches that shed light on the phenomenology of the lived body-its normality and abnormality, health and sickness, its activity as well as its passivity.

The contributors integrate phenomenological insights with discussions about bodily brokenness in philosophy, theology, medical science and literary theory. The Phenomenology of Love and Reading accepts Jean-Luc Marion's argument that love matters for who we are more than anything-more than cognition and more than being itself.

Cassandra Falke shows how reading can strengthen our capacity to love by giving us practice in love´s habits-attention, empathy, and a willingness to be overwhelmed. Although these and other contributions to a phenomenology of suicidality are valuable, they are all susceptible to what Edmund Husserl called the “natural attitude” (Welton p 60).

Husserl, considered the father of phenomenology, used this term to alert us to the presuppositions, assumptions, prejudices and biases through which we. Queer Phenomenology impressively emerges as a text that is reachable to its readers.” — Yetta Howard, Women's Studies “The aim of Sara Ahmed’s dense, stimulating and thought-provoking book is to connect sexual orientation with phenomenology in a way that takes the spatiality of sexuality, gender and race seriously, opening up new.

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The Sociological Review – Wiley. Published: May 1,   Phenomenology depends on the sharp description of subjective states [Husserl, Ideas, First Book § 75] rather like a cartographer mapping out an obscure continent.

So to speak vaguely of two worlds, as religion is prone to do, is not entirely accurate: those descriptions are rather like the Mappa mundi from the medieval period.

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Kroeber, Paul D. Injurious EEncounters A Reply John KKirk Huddersfield University, United Kingdom In his reply to my article “Northern Exposure: Mapping the Remai ns of the Postin-dustrial Landscape”(Kirk, ), Charlesworth suggests that I mis understand what he was trying to achieve in his book A Phenomenology of Working Class Experience (Charlesworth.

As Simon J. Charlesworth observes in his anthropological study of late twentieth-century English working-class life, A Phenomenology of Working-Class Experience (), “the experience of formal education has consequences for their relation to the disposition of learning, one that makes it an experience of anxiety that can be confronted only.

This is a continuation of my Alien Phenomenology discussion summary posts (see here for a description of what these are). This one covers chapters 2 and 3 of AP. Participants here include me, Michel McBride-Charpentier, Brendan Keogh, Daniel Joseph, Ben Abraham, and Cameron ’s a monster discussion on speculative ethics (AKA p.

of the book). The arguments and observations are well supported, making good use of the canonical texts in the Sociology of Class (Paul Willis, Wilmott & Young, Pierre Bourdieu, etc.).

But because it uses Hanley’s own experiences anecdotally as a way of introducing topics, it really only provides a phenomenology of the class migrant’s experience of class.Looking for the Proletariat draws on these narratives the only first-person accounts of the working-class experience in French industry during the s to explore the disintegration of collective investment in the Marxist Imaginary that unfolded at Renault’s Billancourt factory in the aftermath of the Hungarian Revolution.

A Phenomenology of Working Class Experience Cambridge: Cambridge UP, Charlesworth, Simon. ‘Bourdieu, Social Suffering and the Working Class ‘, in Bridget Fowler ed. Reading Bourdieu on Society and Culture.