10 edition of Theories and narratives found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -244) and index.
|LC Classifications||D16.8 .C273 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 252 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||252|
|ISBN 10||0822316315, 0822316455|
|LC Control Number||94024970|
The real, unanswered question of the book should be: How do narratives affect the conception of self-interest, behavior, and outcomes? Here, the book gets muddled. Shiller claims that stories make events happen by construing their meanings; what exactly happened over lunch at the Two Continents mattered less than the spin that came after. My book on genres, one could say, looks at narratives in terms of genre; this book, reversing matters, looks at genres in terms of their narrative dimensions. Narratives as a “Hot” Subject Narratives, for one reason or another, have recently become a topic of considerable interest in .
Conspiracy Theories by Aaron John Gulyas Narratives based on conspiratorial and paranoid thinking have become increasingly prominent throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. From the prosaic to the outlandish, conspiracy theories involve aliens and Nazis, . Addressing both fictional and non-fictional narratives, individual essays analyze the narrative-making and unmaking of Europe, Brexit, and the Postcolonial. Finally, the collection features new research on narrative in media culture, looking at the narrative logic of graphic novels, picture books, and newsmedia.
Theorizing Unruly Narratives. Brian Richardson. Narratology and Ideology Negotiating Context, Form, and Theory in Postcolonial Narratives. This series embraces works that examine a wide range of narrative theories and their applications to fictional and nonfictional texts. Despite the book’s title, the question of masculinity it addresses is largely a question of gendering and Woodward is concerned at the cultural factors that exclude or marginalize women in boxing. She is concerned in particular that women have virtually no part in the rich narratives that are so important in the sport.
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At a time when philosophy of history is decidedly out of fashion, Theories and Narratives explores the relationship between historical writing and theoretical understanding and seeks to establish the legitimate scope of large-scale theories to grasp historical processes as a whole.
Pursuing this objective, Alex Callinicos critically confronts a number of leading attempts to reconceptualize the. Historian Aaron John Gulyas’ informative new book, Conspiracy Theories: The Roots, Themes, and Propagation of Paranoid Political and Cultural Narratives, provides a welcome exploration of conspiracy theories throughout history, lucidly delineating their various historical contexts, themes, and ways in which these theories have been disseminated throughout various cultural iterations, for 5/5(3).
Get this from a library. Theories and narratives: reflections on the philosophy of history. [Alex Callinicos] -- Explores the relationship between social theory and historical writing.
Its aim is to establish the contribution that theory can make to understanding the past. Pursuing this objective, Alex. The book had an author, and knowing something about that author would help us better understand the book itself.
Or the book arose from the historical circumstances of its original production. Or the book represented a psychosexual struggle with the demons of parents and siblings. This is a large, ambitious study that proposes an original, comprehensive theory of narrative.
Rick Altman draws on examples ranging from the Bible to Hollywood films, from classical epic and pastoral to medieval heroic poetry, and from saints' lives to nineteenth- and twentieth-century French, British, and American novels, all analyzed within an impressively parsimonious scheme. Abstract “There is scarcely a problem in the philosophy of criticism,” Herbert Read declared in“which the work of Henry James does not raise” (), and this essay is concerned with one of the most vexatious: retrospective constructions of his theory of the “point of view.” 1 The historical roots of the concept are in Plato’s distinction between diegesis (or authorial.
Book Description. Strategic Conspiracy Narratives proposes an innovative semiotic perspective for analysing how contemporary conspiracy theories are used for shaping interpretation paths and identities of a targeted audience.
Conspiracy theories play a significant role in the viral spread of misinformation that has an impact on the formation of public opinion about certain topics. A collection of original essays establishing how wide the intellectual boundaries of narrative theory have become.
The Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Narrative Theories showcases the latest approaches to diverse narratives across many media and in numerous disciplines. Attending to literary, digital, visual, cinematic, televisual, and aural forms of storytelling, this book brings founders. Narrative persuasion, i.e., the impact of narratives on beliefs, behaviors and attitudes, and the mechanisms underpinning endorsement of conspiracy theories have both drawn substantial attention.
How to recognize and debunk conspiracy theories. It is important to speak out and combat online misinformation and conspiracist narratives, whether on COVID or climate change or anything else. This handbook (PDF) by John Cook and Stephan Lewandowsky, both of whom have extensive experience in combating climate denialism, is an essential tool.
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This book examines four conspiracy narratives from Mexico that push the boundaries of conspiracy research in a new direction. They include narratives about Lee Harvey Oswald's visit to Mexico City, shortly before he apparently assassinated JFK, and street gangs across borders and how some of our.
The book is a series of interlinked stories that explore a range of popular conspiracy theories and I amused myself with videos about UFO sightings, Area 51. A philosophical theory is a theory that explains or accounts for a general philosophy or specific branch of philosophy. While any sort of thesis or opinion may be termed a theory, in analytic philosophy it is thought best to reserve the word "theory" for systematic, comprehensive attempts to solve problems.
Narratives based on conspiratorial and paranoid thinking have become increasingly prominent throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. From the prosaic to the outlandish, conspiracy theories involve aliens and Nazis, underground bases and mind control technology/5(1).
Personal narratives are studied in many disciplines, but theoretical analysis of the personal narrative has lagged behind research.
This essay presents five perspectives on the personal narrative as communication and performance by analyzing definitions of text, context, and concepts in current research: personal narrative as story‐text, personal narrative as storytelling performance.
This book both points out some of the best known and most influential conspiracy theories and the aspects that pull people in. And it makes clear that, in fact, some conspiracies are real and that evolution has a good deal to do with the development of conspiracy theories in general.
This collection of state-of-the-art essays explores conspiracy cultures in post-socialist Eastern Europe, ranging from the nineteenth century to contemporary manifestations.
Conspiracy theories about Freemasons, Communists and Jews, about the Chernobyl disaster, and about George Soros and the globalist elite have been particularly influential in Eastern Europe, but they have also been among. The Dictionary of Theories is the first multi-disciplinary reference book to bring together theories, laws, hypotheses, principles, rules, theorems, 'ologies, and 'isms from all subject areas.
With more than 5, entries, the Dictionary of Theories is a unique and handy reference for the inquiring reader who wants to know more about the many theories cited daily in newspapers and magazines Reviews: n this environment, false narratives – the virus was “planned,” that it originated as a bioweapon, that COVID symptoms are caused by 5G wireless communications technology –.
Theories and Narratives by Alex Callinicos,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.Approaches to studying narrative There are many ways of looking at and thinking about narratives. For nearly years various ‘thinkers’, philosophers and theorists have tried to explain how.
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