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|In chapter one, “The First Amendment and the Meaning of America,” I explore flag |
burning and subsidies of the arts. In pursuing that discussion, I claim comparative
advantages for a dissent-based theory over communitarian ...
|Race, Gender, and Biblical Rhetoric in Early American Autobiography Eileen |
Razzari Elrod ... Like many of the early American diarists that Harris discusses,
Bailey (and to a certain extent the other writers discussed here) may be
described as having a discontinuous ... Thus while the diarist explores multiple
facets of subjectivity, she can simultaneously engage in acts of creating meaning
for herself (29).
|Its Meaning in America Ronald K. L. Collins, David M. Skover. illegal, you're |
outside the purview of dissent. ... Nadine Strossen: “Some in the culture would
probably draw a distinction, insofar as the term 'dissent' connotes to them
legitimate methods and ... More is said about this general matter in Chapter 3, as
we discuss the topic of violent lawlessness, and in Chapter 5, where we examine
the function ...
|Hegemony, Dissent and Rising Alternatives Handel Kashope Wright, Michael |
Singh, Richard Race. eight people to discuss the status quo of multicultural
education in Canada, the United States, Australia and Britain. ... McLaren and
Jean Ryoo to add a substantial discussion on what this means for
multiculturalism and representation and Handel Wright to replace his original
paper (on the problematic of ...
Carol Colatrella, Joseph Alkana - 1994 - 252 pages
|prospect for interpretation on the grounds that reality never means either one |
thing or another but, rather, is Meaning ... Both The Puritan Origins of the
American Self and The American Jeremiad discuss works in the literary canon,
such as ...
Francis Frascina - 1999 - 248 pages
|Aspects of the Art Left in Sixties America Francis Frascina ... RAND had already |
considered the effect of introducing tranquillisers and sedatives as a means of
releasing the pressure of ... of 'escalation'.38 The problems and paradoxes of
dissent were considered in Meier's short review of the Tower: Admittedly any
mass of ...
Ranjan Ghosh, Antonia Navarro-Tejero - 2008 - 230 pages
|Roy invokes Gandhi, and particularly his notion of ahimsa, or nonviolence, as a |
means of arguing for a more confrontational mode of resistance. ... As I have
discussed earlier in this chapter, the political concept of dissent is imbedded
within the ideology of the state. ... In Roy's writings on nonviolence, she
condemns the “state”—India specifically, but the states of Europe or North
America, as well—for ...
Timothy Dale - 2010 - 328 pages
|Dissent through American Popular Culture Timothy Dale ... the notions of a public |
sphere and demonstrates how popular culture facilitates the democratic
discussion of and engagement in ideas ... Part 2 turns to an examination of how
dissent is expressed by means of the social messages conveyed through popular