6 edition of Public intimacies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-229) and indexes.
|Statement||Patricia Joyner Priest.|
|Series||The Hampton Press communication series|
|LC Classifications||PN1992.8.T3 P75 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|ISBN 10||1572730021, 157273003X|
|LC Control Number||95003929|
This edited volume brings together contemporary studies from emerging scholars on the place of mobile media technologies in the East/Southeast Asian experience of intimacies across diverse social contexts. These experiences range from intimate relationships and friendships to family ties. This highly topical and well written book offers a new interpretation of the reasons why the public sphere is saturated with the spectacles of private emotions and why so many people define their identity in terms of psychic suffering. The author’s previous book on Oprah Winfrey won the American Sociology Association ‘Best Book Award.’.
Intimacy is private closeness and familiarity. There would be intimacy between a husband and wife or very good friends. A quiet corner in a favorite restaurant could have a sense of intimacy. Get this from a library! Social media and personal relationships: online intimacies and networked friendship. [Deborah Chambers] -- "This book explores the diverse ways people engage with social media to build, maintain and display personal networks. Despite the remarkable technological possibilities for global networking, most.
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In that tradition, Carby’s most recent book asks the critical question: Who inherits. Imperial Intimacies stems from Stuart Hall prompting Carby, in the s, to speak to her father: to learn about his migration to Britain from Jamaica and to document his story as a colonial subject and a Public intimacies book man serving in the Royal Air Force.
Imperial Intimacies presents a life in fragments. Imperial Intimacies is a complex historical memoir; what makes it complex is its enactment of a different genealogical method and a different way of telling a family history.
Imperial Public intimacies book demonstrates the profound implications of thinking about Atlantic and colonial histories as founded on an infinitude of couplings. Carby’s treatment.
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The book has the feel of a scrapbook and the weight of literary history: it includes poems written for Kyger by Anne Waldman, Joe Brainard, and Michael McClure; facsimile reproductions of.
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Frances’s second book The Best Kind of Beautiful will be released by Pan Macmillan in November A senior feature writer for Queensland's premier weekend magazine Q. My most recent book, Friday on Our Minds: Popular Culture in Australia Sincewas shortlisted for the NSW Premier's Australian History prize in InI was the winner (with Catherine Freyne and Timothy Nicastri) of the NSW Premiers' Multimedia History Prize for my radio documentary Public Intimacies: The Royal Commission on.
Written with style and scholarship, the stories in Animal Intimacies provide fresh insights on the variety of human-non-human interactions. Radhika Govindrajan’s immensely readable book lends. Goffman treats public intimacies (‘mutual involvements’) as particular instances of the broader category of challenges to “the moral order of situated activities”, whereas Slater treats them as cases of ‘social regression’, i.e.
of libidinal withdrawal from larger collectivities and their ongoing enterprises. Adultery scandals involving politicians. Dating websites for married women and men. News reports on raids of polygamous communities.
It seems that non-monogamy is everywhere: in popular culture, in the news, and before the courts. In Fraught Intimacies, Nathan Rambukkana delves into how polygamy, adultery, and polyamory are represented in the public sphere. His intricate analysis reveals how.
Reading Danielle Ofri’s “Singular Intimacies,” there were two particular things that struck me. The first was the overwhelming doubt that seemed to track through the whole story—doubt about her abilities as a professional, doubt about her ability to reach out to her patients, and more general doubts about the ability of the medical profession itself to serve well those it was required /5(47).
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Speaking to the boundaries between public and private. Prayer is an invocation or act that seeks to activate a rapport with an object of worship through deliberate the narrow sense, the term refers to an act of supplication or intercession directed towards a deity (a god), or a deified generally, prayer can also have the purpose of thanksgiving or praise, and in comparative religion is closely associated with more.
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17, at 7 p.m. at the central library’s Alice MacKay room. Admission is free. Sun Books Editor. The poems try to rediscover and sustain certain kinds of intimacies.
The book’s turning point probably comes with “Flossie” — this long, memoir-like poem about the first person I ever loved, still very much a love in my life and one of my closest friends. and an engagement with the public, which doesn’t have to take some familiar.
Public Intimacies: Frances Burney’s and Jane Cave Winscom’s Accounts of Illness Kathleen Béres Rogers The College of Charleston Abstract This article argues that, in a culture that focused on either essentializing or universalizing women’s bodies, Frances Burney’s Mastectomy Letter and Jane Cave Winscom’s North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE.
Produced by Johns Hopkins University. This book forges new pathways in the scholarship of digital cultures by fusing queer and feminist accounts of intimate publics with critical scholarship on digital identities and everyday social media practices. This carefully curated collection of insightful chapters reveals how the closest of personal intimacies can take place on public.At the same time, the Japanese Biobox reveals much about the terms of public address and orientation as well as the shared worldviews and common feelings that create social intimacies and are assumed to be at work in publics.
The particular moment of public dialogue is key for understanding how utterances resonate for different audiences.An examination of architecture and art as a screen of vital cultural memory that considers museum culture, visual technology, and the border of public and private space.
In this thoughtful collection of essays on the relationship of architecture and the arts, Giuliana Bruno addresses the crucial role that architecture plays in the production of art and the making of public intimacy.