The Meaning of Culture: Moving the Postmodern Critique Forward

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Index
Abercrombie, Nicholas108-109
Actor 27, 41-43, 78, 84, 167, 172, 174
disabled 31, 81, 82
oversocialized 69, 81
Advertising 3, 21, 23, 25-26, 111, 142, 145, 152-53, 160
Affect-meaning 62,63
commitment and 64
consciousness and 117
definition 4-5
felt reality and 76, 80, 87-88, 89-90, 137, 163
forming group borders 119-20
group sentiment 63
institutions and 137-38
neglect of 9-10, 71, 77, 81-82, 117, 127, 173
process of association and 138, 157
production of 89-96, 133, 137, 159, 161-64
reified self and 169-71
sacred/moral force 69, 93
symbol circulation and 117,122, 148
tertiary culture and 133, 157
Agency 43, 58, 80, 106
culture and 4
disabled 32-36, 81-83
neglect of 5, 10, 39, 45, 52, 116- 17
social change and 123
structure and 32, 33, 169
Allan, Kenneth9, 123, 166
Ambivalence 93-94
Arche-writing 33
Articulation problem of 77
Barthes, Roland34-35, 58, 101, 110-11
Battershill, Charles D.14
Baudrillard, Jean13, 24-28, 30, 31, 144-45, 154, 159-60
Bauman, Zygmunt14, 16-17, 28-29, 79, 94, 129, 149, 153-55
Bell, Daniel24, 143
Bellah, Robert N.62, 71-73, 79, 81- 82, 92, 110, 149
Berger, Peter L.39-40, 45-52, 57, 61, 75, 110, 118, 122
Blasé attitude 23, 31
Bourdieu, Pierre100, 102-103, 108, 113-17, 125-26, 139, 163, 168
Bracketing 49
Breaching experiments 133
Brown, Richard Harvey8, 19, 129- 30

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