7 edition of Strangers in paradox found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -301).
|Statement||by Margaret & Paul Toscano.|
|Contributions||Toscano, Paul, 1945-|
|LC Classifications||BX8635.2 .T67 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 301 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||301|
|LC Control Number||89027210|
The book fixates on a paradox: Calcasieu Parish in Louisiana, where she spends much of her time, is one of the most polluted regions of the country, ravaged by . A free copy of Talking To Strangers in the fall box (promo code STRANGERS) Exclusive chapter from a special audio book; An invitation to a live video Q&A with Malcolm Gladwell; Join Now “The latest intellectually stimulating book from the acclaimed author. Every few years, journalist Gladwell assembles serious scientific research on.
“Strangers in Their Own Land,” by Arlie Russell Hochschild Hochschild is a brilliant sociologist and a great teacher, able to explain complex ideas in lucid, logical prose. “Strangers in Their Own Land PDF Summary” After Mississippi, Louisiana is the second-poorest state in the Union. It is also the one which relies more heavily on federal funding than any other state barring the only one poorer than it.
Her book explores a number of different personal profiles that attempt to delve deep into this paradox. Underwriting the great paradox can be found in Chapter 9 entitled “The Deep Story.” The deep story of the Louisiana bayou country is one that cuts across many communities in the United States that are predominantly white and who have felt. Strangers in Their Own Land, nominated for a National Book Award, grew out of Hochschild's alarm over the country's deepening political divide and her heartfelt interest in understanding, in her words, "how life feels to people on the right." Over a period of five years, Hochschild traveled to Louisiana bayou country from her Berkeley home to /5(3).
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Strangers in Paradox is a stimulating and sometimes aggravating book. Its chapters, divided among five parts, are interrelated essays about deity and humanity; the first two essays are introductory, the next seventeen cumulative, and the. Strangers in Paradox by Margaret & Paul Toscano.
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Title Author(s) Reference ISSN AbstractAuthor: Brian M. Hauglid. In Strangers in Their Own Land, the renowned sociologist Arlie Hochschild embarks on a thought-provoking journey from her liberal hometown of Berkeley, California, deep into Louisiana bayou country - a stronghold of the conservative right.
As she gets to know people who strongly oppose many of the ideas she famously champions, Hochschild nevertheless finds common ground and quickly warms to /5(). Arlie Russell Hochschild, a distinguished Berkeley sociologist, calls this the Great Paradox.
It is a conundrum she sets out to explore in her new book, Strangers in Their Own Land. Her strategy is simple: She will go to rural Louisiana-about as far outside the Berkeley bubble as one can imagine-and talk to people who identify with the Tea Party and its implacable hostility to "big.
Strangers in Paradox: Explorations in Mormon Theology by Margaret Toscano & Paul James Toscano. from the publisher: Exploring a wide range of theological issues, Strangers in Paradox examines the paradoxical nature of Mormonism.
The authors consider the nature of God, gender roles, religious authority, and symbolism, arguing that the more one evaluates one's beliefs, myths, and rituals, the. In Strangers in Their Own Land, the renowned sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild embarks on a thought-provoking journey from her liberal hometown of Berkeley, California, deep into Louisiana bayou country a stronghold of the conservative right/5(2K).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Toscano, Margaret Merrill, Strangers in paradox. Salt Lake City: Signature Books, (OCoLC) The Great Paradox Quotes in Strangers in Their Own Land The Strangers in Their Own Land quotes below are all either spoken by The Great Paradox or refer to The Great Paradox.
For each quote, you can also see the other terms and themes related to it (each. The Paradox of Confiding in (Near) Strangers We share more than we think with people we don’t know well — and that’s okay.
Posted In the book, he describes an in-depth case. Read "Strangers in Paradox" by Carol Christenson available from Rakuten Kobo. We humans are not strangers to paradise. Only in its apparent reflection do we feel strange. A paradox is false because. MARGARET and PAUL TOSCANO strangers in paradox explorations in mormon theology salt lake city signature books xiii ppap bibliography reviewed by richard D poll professor emeritus of history western illinois university strangers in paradox is a stimulating and sometimes aggravating book its chapters divided among five parts are interrelated essays about deity and Author: Richard D.
Poll. In “Strangers in Their Own Land,” which has been nominated for a National Book Award, Hochschild calls this the “Great Paradox” — opposition to federal help from people and places that. This is a study guide for Strangers in Their Own Land intended for sociology students. We hope this helps you with your course.
Many thanks for your interest. About the Research Method Over a five-year stretch, Hochschild traveled Louisiana working on what sociologists and other social scientists call ethnography. For many, large-scale surveys come to mind when.
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topic questions for Strangers in Their Own Land by Arlie Russell Hochschild. Strangers In Their Own Land: Anger And Mourning On The American Right is by far the best book by an outsider to the Tea Party I have ever encountered. It lays out in Author: Ralph Benko.There is also one excellent chapter toward the end of the book that places Hochschild’s research in its appropriate historical context(s).
To get familiar with Hochschild’s Strangers, you need to understand three ideas: the “empathy wall,” the “Great Paradox,” and the “deep story.” Hochschild characterizes American political.
Arlie Russell Hochschild’s Strangers in Their Own Land is now available in paperback from The New Press. We hope this reading group guide helps lead discussions for book clubs.
Many thanks. 1. Early in the book, when introducing her important idea of “empathy walls,” Arlie Russell Hochschild mentions that in fewer than 5 percent of Americans would have been disturbed if .