Political Sentiments and Social Movements: The Person in Politics and Culture (ePub/PDF) is about how ordinary people build political meanings, form political identities and emotion, and become connected or disengaged from political contests. Drawing on psychological anthropology, it shows the complexities of political subjectivities through engaging personal stories that complex our understanding of the relationship between culture and politics. Chapters explore the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street in the United States, third gender activism in India, Rastafari in Jamaica, the environmental movement in the U.S., Courage to Refuse in Israel, Salafi movements in northern Nigeria, anti-immigrant activism in Denmark and post-socialist labor politics in Romania.
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