This is an accidental special issue. The collective shape and orientation of the essays presented here did not originate in response to a formal call for contributions. Our title, Technologies of Public Persuasion, wasimposed somewhat arbitrarily on essays that came together, as it were, on their own, in ways unimagined by the authors and the editors alike. One of the rarer pleasures of editing a journal is when unsolicited submissions begin to signal, assert, and gravitate toward a new problematic of which the editors and their committee of readers are not fully cognizant.
Subjects Description Since the violent events of the Bosnian war and the revelations of ethnic cleansing that shocked the world in the early s, Bosnia has become a metaphor for the new ethnic nationalisms, for the transformation of warfare in the post-Cold War era, and for new forms of peacekeeping and state-building.
This book is unique in offering a re-examination of the Bosnian case with a 'bottom-up' perspective.
It gathers together cultural anthropologists and other social scientists to consider the specificities of the Bosnian case. However, the book also raises broader questions: Are the uncertainties and the transformations of Bosnian post-war society due entirely to the war, or are they related to wider processes encompassing post-communist Europe as a whole?
And are the difficulties experienced by international state-building operations mainly due to distinctive features of the local societies or are they due to the policies promoted by the international community itself? Reviews 'The New Bosnian Mosaic offers a penetrating anthropological gaze at the complex world of Bosnia today.
The book both broadens and deepens our knowledge of the lived experience of war and reconstruction. A very successful integration of large historical questions and ethnographic realities, a rich source and an important contribution.
Kideckel, Central Connecticut State University, USA 'Bougarel has assembled empirically rich and intellectually stimulating explorations of the inner complexity of post-war Bosnian societies.
With their emphasis on "local" views and practices in a context of competitive war-related claims and intrusive international agency, these anthropological and ethnographic perspectives open new vistas on post-conflict transitions.
The authors present Bosnia in its complexity, yet do so understandably, a distinct improvement over other works…which tend toward either narrow technical concerns or sweeping generalities.
The high quality of scholarship in this book… distinguishes itself by filling in some of the lacunae in what we know about postwar societies. The chapters, however, avoid generalization or comparison to cases outside the former Yugoslavia, instead dwelling on the rich detail gained from ethnographic fieldwork conducted between andpivotal years for Bosnia.
This edited collection provides a set of empirically informed and ethically honest reports on the cultural self-understsanding and social life of people in Bosnia today. Part 1 Beyond 'Ethnicity': Part 2 Beyond 'Ancient Hatred': In the midst of injustice: Europeanization, the production of difference and internationals in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kimberley Coles; Everyday work: He has followed the political and religious situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina since the early s and was, among others, an external consultant for the World Bank.
He has also published widely on the transformation of Islam in the post-communist Balkans and on the anthropological history of violence in the region.
She began her engagement with Bosnians in the early-mid s while working with refugees and local non-governmental organizations. For the past decade, she has been researching issues of women's activism, gender relations, and representations of gender, ethnicity and victimhood in post-war Bosnia and has published several papers and book chapters on these issues.
He has published widely on issues of religion and identity in Kosovo, and was one of the authors of the Srebrenica report released in by the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation NIOD.ETD Collection for Fordham University. Essays on Inequality and Disability.
Jiao, Meng () Roles of Myosin-interacting Guanine Nucleotide Exchange Factor Students' interactions with teachers, peers, and texts in a second-grade inclusion classroom: A critical ethnography. Charles, Sophine () Professional integrity, modern. “Cultural Autonomy, Territorial Autonomy and Proportional Representation: Hungarian Communities’ Ideas on Ethnic Accommodation.” Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Nationalities Conference, Columbia University, New York, April 24–7.
First and first, true, a comparing of McDonalds in Bradford and McDonalds in China on the footing of an ethnographic survey reveals that McDonalds has become a symbol of American civilization symbolizing cheap, convenient and nonhuman engineering service in peoples heads with a planetary influence under the header of globalisation.
Marcouse) Business culture can be defined as ‘the culture of an organisation is the (perhaps unwritten) code that affects the attitudes, decision making and management style of its staff’.
(Business Studies- Ian Marcouse) In this essay I will attempt to analyse the links between culture and ethics. Ann L. Cunliffe is 50th Anniversary Chair and Professor of Organization Studies at the University of Bradford.
Her interests lie in qualitative research methods, leadership, sensemaking, and reflexivity. She organizes the biennial Qualitative Research in Management (QRM) conference. Rafael.
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