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Rethinking Modes of Political Participation

The Conventional, Unconventional, and Alternative

Marcin Kaim

; Sparks 1997 ; Van Deth 2001 , 2014 ). A strand of answers to this question has been built around the distinction between conventional and unconventional participation (e.g., Akram et al. 2014 ; Barnes and Kaase 1979 ; Kaase 1999 ; Lamprianou 2013

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Thebes Troutman as Traveling Tween

Revising the Family Story

Margaret Steffler

cultural capital. Thebes embraces a range of cultural products, including the older and more conventional popular culture of Riverdale, the contemporary Beyoncé, and the more intellectually demanding Run Lola Run (1998), indicating an easy comfort with

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Michael Saward

different worldviews and assumptions. In short, different lenses enact different methodologies. To generalize, I will argue that the lens that brings conventional democratic theory into view is more restrictive than it needs to be – and more optional than it

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So What Is the Anthropology of Buddhism About?

David N. Gellner

ignorant of Buddhist doctrine, that Buddhism is always rational and monks uninvolved in magic. 5 This attempt to go deeper than conventional wisdom tends to mean, in the study of Islam, countering the conventional idea that Islam is one and homogeneous and

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Majed Aladylah

has been a transformation in the form and content of narration from a temporal into a spatial narration as represented in literary works. This innovative narrativity defies the conventional technique of narration and entails numerous aspects. In Joseph

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A Bar Mitzvah Year

Rethinking Ritual

Ilana Korber

recited their parshas and he informed us that this was not how he wanted to mark the occasion. Nor did he wish to have the ubiquitous dinner-dance celebration. Naturally I thought that if he had been raised in a more conventional Jewish home he would have

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Natalie Clark

processes grounded in Indigenous epistemologies. This article challenges conventional intersectionality and trauma scholarship by foregrounding Indigenous girls’ resistance, Indigenous sovereignty/nationhood, and anti-colonialism. At the same time

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Pedagogy in Action

Rethinking Ethnographic Training and Practice in Action Anthropology

Mark K. Watson

treat PAR in anthropology as a complementary approach to the conventional mise-en-scène of fieldwork (i.e. interviews, participant observation and focus groups) runs counterintuitive to the transformative logic of the former for two main reasons

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Harvey's 1593 ‘To Be and Not To Be’

The Authorship and Date of the First Quarto of Hamlet

Dennis McCarthy

clowns. Yet, significantly, this line does not appear in the ‘authentic’, longer versions of Hamlet , which is likely the reason that it has not yet been conventionally associated with Shakespeare. Had the unique line appeared in the second quarto or

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What Social Identities Can Tell Us about Violence in Social Movements, and Vice Versa

A Social-Psychological Response to “Violence, Social Movements, and Black Freedom Struggles: Ten Theses Toward a Research Agenda for Scholars of Contention Today”

Andrew G. Livingstone

”). I want to address this challenge here by reflecting on what my “home” discipline of social psychology can offer in terms of insights, and (more importantly) what blind spots and limitations remain. For convenience, I adopt a rather conventional and