"The Everyday Life Reader brings together a wide range of thinkers from Freud to Baudrillard with primary sources on everyday life such as the Mass Observation survey and key texts by Michel de Certeau and Henri Lefebvre, to provide a comprehensive resource on theories of everyday life. Ben Highmore's introduction surveys the development of thought about everyday life, setting theories in their social and historical context, and each themed section opens with an essay introducing the debates." -- Book cover.
"The Everyday Life Reader brings together a wide range of thinkers from Freud to Baudrillard with primary sources on everyday life such as the Mass Observation survey and key texts by Michel de Certeau and Henri Lefebvre, to provide a ...
Author: Ben Highmore
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Social Science
Studying the work of important continental theorists, Joe Moran explores the concrete sites and routines of everyday life and how they are represented through political discourse, news media, material culture, photography, reality TV and more.
Studying the work of important continental theorists, Joe Moran explores the concrete sites and routines of everyday life and how they are represented through political discourse, news media, material culture, photography, reality TV and ...
Author: Joe Moran
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Performing Arts
In this collection of essays, sociologist Dorothy E. Smith develops a method for analyzing how women (and men) view contemporary society from specific gendered points of view. She shows how social relations - and the theories that describe them - must express the concrete historical and geographical details of everyday lives. A vital sociology from the standpoint of women, the volume is applicable to a variety of subjects, and will be especially useful in courses in sociological theory and methods.
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external to it arepresent inits organization. How thenaretheir tracesto be foundin
theways thatpeople speak oftheir everyday livesin thecourse of interviewsof this
Author: Dorothy E. Smith
Category: Literary Criticism
Ordinary. Banal. Quotidian. These words are rarely used to praise architecture, but in fact they represent the interest of a growing number of architects looking to the everyday to escape the ever-quickening cycles of consumption and fashion that have reduced architecture to a series of stylistic fads. Architecture of the Everyday makes a plea for an architecture that is emphatically un-monumental, anti-heroic, and unconcerned with formal extravagance. Edited by Deborah Berke and Steven Harris, this collection of writings, photo-essays, and projects describes an architecture that draws strength from its simplicity, use of common materials, and relationship to other fields of study. Topics range from a website that explores the politics of domesticity, to a transformation of the sidewalk in Los Angeles' Little Tokyo, to a discussion of the work of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown. Contributors include Margaret Crawford, Peggy Deamer, Deborah Fausch, Ben Gianni and Mark Robbins, Joan Ockman, Ernest Pascucci, Alan Plattus, and Mary-Ann Ray. Deborah Berke and Steven Harris are currently associate professors of architecture at Yale University, and have their own practices in New York City.
THE EVERYDAY TODAY: EXPERIENCE AND IDEOLOGY PETER HALLEY
There are two versions of the everyday that exist today, though the two seem
contradictory. In one, the everyday is understood as an aesthetic experience tied
Author: Deborah Berke
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Henri Lefebvre's three-volume Critique of Everyday Life is perhaps the richest, most prescient work by one of the twentieth century's greatest philosophers. The first volume presented an introduction to the concept of everyday life. Written twenty years later, this second volume attempts to establish the necessary formal instruments for analysis, and outlines a series of theoretical categories within everyday life such as the theory of the semantic field and the theory of moments. The moment at which the book appeared—1961—was significant both for France and for Lefebvre himself: he was just beginning his career as a lecturer in sociology at Strasbourg, and then at Nanterre, and many of the ideas which were influential in the events leading up to 1968 are to be found in this critique. In its impetuous, often undisciplined prose, the reader may catch a glimpse of how charismatic a lecturer Lefebvre must have been.
Henri Lefebvre's three-volume Critique of Everyday Life is perhaps the richest, most prescient work by one of the twentieth century's greatest philosophers. The first volume presented an introduction to the concept of everyday life.
Author: Henri Lefebvre
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Author: Andrew McCann
Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press
Category: Australian literature
In The Everyday Language of White Racism, Jane H. Hillprovides an incisive analysis of everyday language to reveal theunderlying racist stereotypes that continue to circulate inAmerican culture. provides a detailed background on the theory of race andracism reveals how racializing discourse—talk and text thatproduces and reproduces ideas about races and assigns people tothem—facilitates a victim-blaming logic integrates a broad and interdisciplinary range of literaturefrom sociology, social psychology, justice studies, critical legalstudies, philosophy, literature, and other disciplines that havestudied racism, as well as material from anthropology andsociolinguistics Part of the ahref="http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-410785.html"target="_blank"Blackwell Studies in Discourse and CultureSeries/a
These stereotypes must circulate among them in discourse, in everyday
language, made public in talk and text. In this chapter, we will take a first look at
how linguistic ideologies – ideas about language itself that are shaped by
political and ...
Author: Jane H. Hill
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Social Science
Critical Pedagogy addresses the shortcomings of mainstream educational theory and practice and promotes the humanization of teacher and student. Where Critical Pedagogy is often treated as a discourse of academics in universities, this book explores the applications of Critical Pedagogy to actual classroom situations. Written in a straight-forward, concise, and lucid form by an American high school teacher, drawing examples from literature, film, and, above all, the everyday classroom, this book is meant to provoke thought in teachers, students and education activists as we transform our classrooms into democratic sites. From grading to testing, from content area disciplines to curriculum planning and instruction, from the social construction of knowledge to embodied cognition, this book takes the theories behind Critical Pedagogy and illustrates them at work in common classroom environments.
What did his willingness to engage in this game say about Freire the man, his
philosophical stance, and his view of education? As I hope to show, this beautiful
anecdote encapsulates a good deal of what critical pedagogy in the everyday ...
Author: Tony Monchinski
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Realist novels are celebrated for their detailed attention to ordinary life. But two hundred years before the rise of literary realism, Dutch painters had already made an art of the everyday--pictures that served as a compelling model for the novelists who followed. By the mid-1800s, seventeenth-century Dutch painting figured virtually everywhere in the British and French fiction we esteem today as the vanguard of realism. Why were such writers drawn to this art of two centuries before? What does this tell us about the nature of realism? In this beautifully illustrated and elegantly written book, Ruth Yeazell explores the nineteenth century's fascination with Dutch painting, as well as its doubts about an art that had long challenged traditional values. After showing how persistent tensions between high theory and low genre shaped criticism of novels and pictures alike, Art of the Everyday turns to four major novelists--Honoré de Balzac, George Eliot, Thomas Hardy, and Marcel Proust--who strongly identified their work with Dutch painting. For all these writers, Dutch art provided a model for training themselves to look closely at the particulars of middle-class life. Yet even as nineteenth-century novelists strove to create illusions of the real by modeling their narratives on Dutch pictures, Yeazell argues, they chafed at the model. A concluding chapter on Proust explains why the nineteenth century associated such realism with the past and shows how the rediscovery of Vermeer helped resolve the longstanding conflict between humble details and the aspirations of high art.
Author: Ruth Bernard Yeazell
Publisher: Princeton University Press
The Everyday: Experiences, Concepts and Narratives is an inter-disciplinary book problematizing the slippery notion of 'Everyday Life'. Contributing to a tradition of 20th century scholarly work focusing on 'Everyday Life', this book specifically attends to the multiple ways that the quotidian aspects of our day-to-day existence become knotted into situated narratives and concepts. In their depth and breadth, the chapters compiled here all work with an understanding of everyday life that is i...
INTRODUCTION QUESTIONING EVERYDAY LIFE JUSTIN DERRY AND
MARTIN PARROT In its simplest and broadest understanding, everyday life is
what we know to be familiar, immediate and ordinary. It is, however, not so simple
Author: Justin Derry
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Everyday life is something we tend to take for granted, something that just is, something unnoticed. But everyday life is perhaps the most important dimension of society – it's where we live most parts of our lives with each other. This book provides a clear, contemporary and comprehensive overview of the sociologies of everyday life. Looking at everyday activities and experiences, from language and emotions to popular culture and leisure, Encountering the Everyday explores what social structures, orders and processes mean to us on a daily basis. The book carefully leads the reader through historical developments in the field, beginning at the earlier Chicago school and finishing with up-to-date ideas of postmodernism and interactionism. Each chapter relates theoretical ideas directly to case studies and real empirical research to make complex concepts and core issues accessible, relevant and engaging. Written by leading international scholars in the field, this truly global book will inspire and inform all students and scholars of everyday life sociology.
Everyday: An. Introduction. to. an. Introduction. MICHAEL. HVIID. JACOBSEN.
The task is not so much to see what no one yet has seen, but to think what
nobody yet has thought about that which everyone sees. Arthur Schopenhauer,
Author: Michael Hviid Jacobsen
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
Category: Social Science
Writings on the "turn to the ordinary" in contemporary art examine the various ways artists have engaged with the everyday since 1945.
This collection of writings by artists, theorists and critics assembles for the first time a comprehensive anthology on the everyday in the world of contemporary art.
Author: Stephen Johnstone
Publisher: MIT Press (MA)
Category: Art and society
Author: Michael R. Carrell
Publisher: Human Resource Development
Category: Business & Economics
The Everyday Dancer is a new and honest account of the business of dancing from a writer with first hand experience of the profession. Structured around the daily schedule, The Everyday Dancer goes behind the velvet curtain, the gilt and the glamour to uncover the everyday realities of a career in dance. Starting out with the obligatory daily 'class', the book progresses through the repetition of rehearsals, the excitement of creating new work, the nervous tension of the half hour call, the pressures of performance and the anti-climax of curtain down. Through this vivid portrait of a dancer's every day, Deborah Bull reveals the arc of a dancer's life: from the seven-year-old's very first ballet class, through training, to company life, up through the ranks from corps de ballet to principal and then, not thirty years after it all began, to retirement and the inevitable sense of loss that comes with saying goodbye to your childhood dreams.
The Everyday Dancer is a book about dancing: what it is, how we do it, what it
feels like and what happens when it's all over. Through the structure of a dancer's
typical day, the narrative reveals both the everyday schedule and the arc of a ...
Author: Deborah Bull
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Category: Performing Arts
In Writing the Everyday Danielle Fuller analyses writing by Atlantic Canadian women from diverse backgrounds. Drawing extensively on original interviews with writers, editors, and publishers, Fuller investigates how and why communities form around texts that record women's everyday realities, histories, and traditions, showing that prose writing and poetry performances combine oral story-telling, family history, and other aspects of local cultures with popular literary genres to address issues of racism, sexism, and poverty.
Investigating the Everyday No house is Africville. No road, no tree, no well.
Africville is man/woman/child in the street and heart Black Halifax, the Prestons,
Toronto. - Maxine Tynes (1990, 62) I'm very into what's going on here, like
Author: Danielle Fuller
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Category: Literary Criticism
This interdisciplinary anthology explores the representation of everyday life across several disciplines in a century known for its interest in individual experience of the mundane as well as the heroic. Comprised of essays by established and emerging scholars of literature, art, and music history, the volume explores not merely the range of performances under the banner of the everyday, but also the meanings inherent in these attempts to create art out of the experience of the real. In this collection, the authors attempt to provide a wide-ranging picture of the many ways in which the notion of the everyday is a valuable conceptual frame through which the eighteenth century may be apprehended, as this critical term allows for issues of gender, race, and class to come into focus. Alden Cavanaugh is Associate Professor of Art History at Indiana State University.
everyday lives of young ladies in eighteenthcentury England were driven by the
need to emerge as accomplished ladies of marriageable age. The authors of
conduct books (publications that advised young people and educators on correct
Author: Alden Cavanaugh
Publisher: University of Delaware Press
This work focuses on how the large, amorphous and impersonal Indian State affects the everyday lives of its citizens. It argues that state and society merge in the daily lives of most Indians, and the boundary between them is blurred and negotiable according to social context and position. The contibutors adopt the postion, contary to that of many others, that most Indians are able actively to comprehend and use the institutions of the state for their own purposes, rather than being merely its passive victims. Each chapter is based on empirical research and collectively they cover a wide range of anthropological and sociological material on modern India, from Delhi and Uttar Pradesh in the north, Maharashtra in the west, West Bengal in the esat, and Tamil Nadu and Kerala in the south. The book examines issues such as riot control, the Emergency, corruption irrigation, rural activism and education.
Author: Christopher John Fuller
Publisher: C. HURST & CO. PUBLISHERS
Category: Social Science
B. We left off last time with Sean talking about the kinds of experiences you can
have as an Everyday Sanyasin, even in the grocery store. For example, you're
going through the check out line, and you make eye contact with the cashier, and
Author: Sean Thomas Forrester
Publisher: Flute Player Publications
What does it take to be an Everyday Superhero? The ability to fly? X-ray vision? Super strength and speed? An outfit featuring your colored underwear on the outside of your outfit? Actually none of these. The Everyday Superhero uses the Eight Great People Powers, not super powers, to save the world around them. In this book you will read about: A high school football coach who took his team from 0-9 to the best season in the school's history using Positive Passion, A Jewish pianist and composer who, through compassion, opened the doors to a world of music and culture to a Midwestern boy with a mental and physical disability in Know Your Talents and Discover Your Talents, Discover the Talents of Others. The story of how an up-and-coming Christian musician took a leap of faith and put her dreams into high gear by understanding the power of Having Courage and Taking Action, Plus other inspiring stories of how everyday people are doing extraordinary things. There are good people all around us, but what does it take to be an Everyday Superhero? This book of insight and narrative stories will paint a picture for success in living an actualized life that saves people around us... one person at a time.
Everyday Superheroes have to use their free will to make the decision to put the
needs of others before their own through empathetic listening. Bishop Charles,
who is now the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Denver, went on to serve on a ...
Author: Tom Buckmiller
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
This book is not available for sale in France. Sometimes described as a «poetic essay», Celebration of the Everyday represents a confluence of genres. Written in prose, it possesses distinctive poetic qualities. It meets high intellectual standards, yet appeals to a broad readership. Colette Nys-Mazure proposes a certain «art of living», a search for the beauty and pleasures to be found in the simple things of everyday life, and also for the strength to cope with hardships and accept our mortality. Whether she speaks of joy or sorrow, love or misunderstanding, life or death, solitude or togetherness, travel, art, literature, or children, she invites us to view the «everyday» as we seldom take time to see it.
A Celebration of the Everyday , I told myself , is a natural thing to undertake ,
since I love each day and appreciate the modest and reliable support it brings .
Nothing is ever routine for me , attentive as I am to the countless details that come
Author: Colette Nys-Mazure
Publisher: Peter Lang
Category: Foreign Language Study