Reconstructing Postmodernism: Critical Debates
There has been an array of literature on the notion of 'postmodernism' in social science literature in recent years. This exciting book focuses on three broad continuities: one, debunking the central theoretical tenets of postmodernism with reference to identity, methodology, governance and modernist theory; two, the book engages with current social issues and events in popular culture: for example, film; professional power, masculinity and terrorism; three, the book also rethinks postmodernism in light of under-researched variables of analysis of time and ageing, the 'body', 'biology' and 'choice'.
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An Excursus in Postpostmodern Social Science
Postmodern Social Theory and Sociology On Symbolic Exchange with a Dead Theory
Postmodernism and the Constitution of the Social
The Postmodern Terrorist Risk Plus ÇA Change Plus Cest la Mẽme Chose
The Perils of Uncertainty Reflections on Theoretical Practice and Graduate Education
Masculinity as a Reproduction of Traditionalism Feminist Reaction and Egalitarianism
Film Postmodernism and the Sociological Imagination Exploring the Power of Local Stories in Southern Korea and Northern England
RETHINKING THE BOUNDARIES AND POSSIBILITIES OF POSTMODERNISM
Temporality and Old Age A Postmodern Critique
Understanding Aging Bodies A Postmodern Dialogue on BioMedicine Body and Cultural Representations of Identity
After Postmodernism Towards an Evolutionary Sociology
Disinterring postmodernism or a Critique on the Political Economy of Consumer Choice
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