Social postmodernism : beyond identity politics /

Social Postmodernism defends a postmodern perspective anchored in the politics of the new social movements. The volume preserves the focus on the politics of the body, race, gender, and sexuality as elaborated in postmodern approaches. But these essays push postmodern analysis in a particular direct...

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Other Authors: Nicholson, Linda J. (Editor), Seidman, Steven (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1995.
Series:Cambridge cultural social studies.
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