Social Identity

Richard Jenkins

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Social Identity

Richard Jenkins

HOW DO WE KNOW WHO WE ARE?
WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT THAT WE SHOULD?

Without social identity there is no society. Without frameworks of similarity and difference people would be unable to relate to each other in a consistent and meaningful fashion. Richard Jenkins here provides a clearly written accessible introduction to sociological and social anthropological approaches to this key concept for the study of society. Arguing that social identity must be seen as both individual and collective, Jenkins shows how the work of major theorists from Mead to Barth can illuminate the experience of identity in everyday life. Major concepts covered include:
• embodiment
social groups and social categories
• difference and community
• categorisation and resistance

Richard Jenkins is Professor of Sociology at the University of Sheffield and the author of numerous books including Pierre Bourdieu (Routledge 1992).

ISBN 9780415120531
uit 1996
206 pagina’s 

Afmetingen: 13 x 20 x 1.8 cm
Uitgever: Routledge

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