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Introducing. .. Cultural Citizenship

Miller, T. (2001) Introducing. .. Cultural Citizenship. Social Text, 19 (4). pp. 1-5.

Abstract

In most discussions of globalization, the four-pronged structure of social scientific knowledge (economy, polity, culture, and interiority) remains undisturbed. That structure is supposed to provide an analysis that allows for unevenness and discontinuity in social life. Instead, it frequently homogenizes processes, such as the effects of globalization--the "g word"--through a supposedly neat, interlocking set of tendencies: universal penetration of everyday life by the market, erosion of the nation-state, diffusion of Yanqui culture/le défi américain, and psychological/legal universalisms. This homogenization often fails to address dominant, residual, and emergent global trends, and messy intersections between these categories of thought. A more critical interrogation of globalization signals the inadequacy of this worldview and calls for the interpenetration of all four ways of knowing...

Publication Type: Journal Article
Publisher: Duke University Press
Publishers Website: https://muse.jhu.edu/article/31913
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/40516
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