The Politics of Identity: Class, Culture, Social Movements available in Hardcover
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racial and gay movements have discussed these components of culture, class contributions to cultural identity have yet to be fully examined. In these essays, he uses class as a category for cultural analysis, ranging over issues of ethnicity, race and gender, portrayals of class and
culture in the media, as well as a range of other issues related to postmodernism.
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About the Author
Stanley Aronowitz is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Cultural Studies Program at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. He is an editor of the journal Social Text and the author of numerous books, including 1most recently False Promises.
Table of ContentsAcknowledgements, Preface, Introduction 1. The Decline and Rise of Working-Class Identity 2. Marx, Braverman and the Logic of Capital 3. On Intellectuals 4. Theory and Socialist Strategy 5. Working-Class Culture in the Electronic Age 6. The White Working-Class and the
Transformation of American Politics 7. Why Work? 8. Postmodernism and Politics Index