Social Identities: Multidisciplinary Approaches

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Index

a
Aborigines 3
adoption, mixed race 121 -3
African-Caribbean 94 , 229
AIDS 71 , 80
Al Jolson 96
Ali G 96
alienation 7 , 19 , 81 , 84 , 128 , 154 , 162 ;
double 100
Anderson, Benedict 207
anthropology 4 , 19 , 162 , 167 -8
anti-assimilationist 218
anti-Semitism 93 , 210 , 218
Aristotelian logic 245
assimilation 97 , 211 , 222 -5
'asylum seekers' 102 , 140
ATM machines 244

b
Baby 'X' 40 , 62
'banal global culture' 156
'banal nationalism' 148 , 152
Barthes, Roland 205 , 227
Batman 52
Baudrillard, Jean 44 , 195 , 239
bebop 219 -21, 225 , 231
bifurcated consciousness 46
'biopower' 80
'black' 91-3, 101
Black British 93
Black Power Movement 230 , 244
Black Skin, White Masks103
Blade Runner235 , 238
body 2 , 7 ;
class 30 ;
cyber 235 -6, 249 ;
gender 40 , 49 , 50 , 52 , 55 -6;
habitus 2 , 48 ;
mass Media 185 , 193 ;
mixed race 111 , 121 ;
paganism 163 , 166 , 177 ;
race 92 , 95 , 100 ;
sexuality 64 , 70
bodywork 53
'border effect' 215
Bourdieu, Pierre 2 , 3 , 26 , 28 - 31 , 37 , 48 , 50 , 59 , 189
breakdancing 227 -9
bricolage 243 -4, 248 -9
Brown Britain2
Butler, Judith 42 -7, 49 , 50 -1, 60 , 73 -4, 76 , 78 , 87 , 185 -6;
capitalism 7 , 11 , 18 , 207 ,
abolition of 7 ,
class structure 18 ,
print 207

c
Cartesian dualism 237 -8, 241
Castells Manuel 194
catharsis 222
censorship 5 , 140 , 214
centre-periphery 202
Chodorow, Nancy 42 , 49 , 75
Chuck D 230
class see social class
cold war 155 -6, 159
colonial(ism) 95 , 156 , 180 ;
anti- 101 ;
collapse of 203 ;
diaspora, type of 203 ;
driven globalisation 109 ;
and racial stereotypes 92
commodification 188
communism 154
consumerism 21 , 54 , 156 , 162 , 193 , 196
contingent identity 118 -20, 183 -4, 188
cool era 221
creolisation 110
culture 205 ;
African-Caribbean 227 ;
black 219 , 229 ;
dance 227 -8, 231 -2;
ethnic 204 -6, 209 ;
gang 230 ;
homogeneity 101 , 136 , 156 , 188 ;
indigenous 155 , 167 , 208 ;
mass 152 , 182 ;
media 187 , 191 ;
national 130 -1, 139 , 141 , 145 , 148 -55;
popular 98 -9, 129 ;
shamanistic 163 , 170
cultural capital 24 , 28 - 30
'cultural mutation' 212 -13
cyberpolitics 241
cyberspace 235 -40, 243 -50
cyberworlds 235

d
decolonisation 155 -6, 158
De Gaulle Charles 154 , 161
Derrida, Jacques 44 , 239
diaspora 212 -15, 219 , 226 ;
hybrid (or cultural) type 203 ;
space 212 ;
types of 211
diasporic media 213 , 215
'differance', la 44
disability 1 , 65 , 70 , 173
disco 227 , 232
discourse 3 , 4 ;
of black music 230 ;
definitions of 3 , 4 , 56 , 206 ;
of diaspora 202 ;
ethnic communications 205 , 210 -17;
European 155 ;
Foucault/Butler 47 , 55 , 82 ;

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Social Class 14
  • 3 - Gender 35
  • 4 - Sexuality 64
  • 5 - Racial Stereotypes 91
  • 6 - Mixed Race 107
  • 7 - English Character and Identity 129
  • 8 - European Identity 145
  • 9 - Paganism 162
  • 10 - Mass Media 182
  • 11 - Ethnic Communications 199
  • 12 - Music 218
  • 13 - Cyber Identity 235
  • Index 253
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