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Ann Brooks

In: Cultural Theory: Classical and Contemporary Positions

Chapter Ten: Reconceptualizing Representation and Identity: Issues of Transculturalism and Transnationalism in the Intersection of Feminism and Cultural Sociology

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Reconceptualizing Representation and Identity: Issues of Transculturalism and Transnationalism in the Intersection of Feminism and Cultural Sociology
Reconceptualizing representation and identity: Issues of transculturalism and transnationalism in the intersection of feminism and cultural sociology
AnnBrooks
Introduction

Issues of representation and the construction of identity can be seen as organizing principles for exploring intersecting debates in the area of feminism, sociology and cultural studies. Many feminists have made an intellectual shift from the disciplinary constraints of sociology to the unapologetically interdisciplinary terrain of cultural studies. The interdisciplinary matrix of cultural studies has provided a framework within which feminist, postmodernist and postcolonial theoretical debates have coalesced. The trandisciplinary context of cultural studies incorporating sociology, critical ethnography, film, literature and cultural politics has provided a dynamic, intellectual nexus for those working ...

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