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Crowds : ethnographic encounters

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概要 "What exactly is a crowd? How do crowds differ from other large gatherings of people? And how do they transform people's emotions, politics, or faith? In Crowds: Ethnographic Encounters, ten ethnograp...hers draw on their experiences and expertise to reflect on encounters with crowds. Each author examines a particular crowd or conception of crowdedness to provide an analysis of how, when, where - and with whom - crowds form in different contexts, as well as their purpose and the practical effect the experience has on both the participants and their environment. The wide selection of case studies ranges from the crowds that form every year during the Hajj, to New Year celebrations in China, commuters on the Delhi metro, public prayer in Nigeria, online mobs in Bangladesh, and the crowds that have emerged during protest movements in Thailand and Syria. Crowds makes a key contribution to establishing an anthropological theory of crowds and will be an essential read for both students and researchers"--続きを見る
目次 The Syrian revolution : crowds, the political field, the political subject
John Borneman
The disappearance of the crowd and the rise of dissent in Thailand
Tyrell Haberkorn
Spectacles of piety : prayer and the politics of mass arousal in Democratic Nigeria
Ebenezer Obadare
Crowds and transformations : on the pious crowds of the Hajj
Abdellah Hammoudi
"Too many people" : crowds and cliques in contemporary China
Megan Steffen
Regarding others : metro crowds, metro publics, metro mobs
Rashmi Sadana
Emotional entrainment in crowds and other social formations
Douglas Hollan
Enduring crowds : the ritual molding of the anthropos in the prolonging of political protest
Bjørn Thomassen
The ethics of the digital : crowds and popular justice in Bangladesh
Nusrat Sabina Chowdhury
Death on the bund : crowd control and the Chinese dream in Shanghai
Scott Moskowitz.
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登録日 2020.06.27
更新日 2020.07.15