イギリスの文化アイデンティティ(第2版)<br>British Cultural Identities (2ND)

イギリスの文化アイデンティティ(第2版)
British Cultural Identities (2ND)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 288 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415278614
  • DDC分類 941.082

基本説明

Analyses contemporary British identity from the various and changing ways in which people who live in the UK position themselves and are positioned by their culture today.

Full Description


British Cultural Identities analyses contemporary British identity from the various and changing ways in which people who live in the UK position themselves and are positioned by their culture today. Each chapter covers one of the seven intersecting themes: place and environment education, work and leisure gender, sex and the family youth culture and style class and politics ethnicity and language religion and heritage The second edition of this successful book brings it right up to date to cover such phenomena as Posh and Becks, Jamie Oliver, Big Brother, the Millenium Dome and Harry Potter.

Table of Contents

        List of figures                            ix
List of tables xi
List of contributors xii
Preface xiii
Introduction: Britain in the modern world 1 (7)
Institutional Britain 8 (1)
Popular culture 9 (1)
Schooling 9 (1)
Methodology 10 (1)
Politics 11 (1)
Society 12 (1)
Culture 12 (1)
Sport 13 (1)
Xenophobia 14 (1)
Postmodernism 15 (1)
Media 15 (1)
Language 16 (5)
The Sunday Times Rich List 16 (1)
The Observer: Britain Uncovered 17 (1)
Channel 5: An A-Z of Britishness 18 (1)
England, England 19 (2)
Individualism 21 (1)
Heroes 22 (1)
Princess Diana 22 (2)
The Beckhams 24 (1)
Media celebrities 25 (1)
Business 26 (1)
Reality television 26 (1)
Dumbing down 27 (8)
British Cultural Identities structure 29 (2)
Exercises 31 (1)
Reading 32 (1)
Cultural examples 33 (1)
Websites 34 (1)
Places and peoples: nation and region 35 (38)
Nation 43 (1)
Country 44 (4)
Region 48 (4)
County 52 (3)
City 55 (4)
Town 59 (2)
Village 61 (3)
Conclusion 64 (9)
Exercises 69 (1)
Reading 70 (1)
Cultural examples 70 (1)
Websites 71 (2)
Education, work, and leisure 73 (38)
Schools 75 (3)
Colleges and universities 78 (1)
Educational changes and trends 79 (4)
Employment 83 (4)
Unemployment and economic change 87 (3)
Leisure around the home 90 (2)
Public entertainment 92 (8)
New patterns in leisure 100 (3)
Trends in entertainment 103 (4)
Conclusion 107 (4)
Exercises 108 (1)
Reading 109 (1)
Cultural examples 109 (1)
Websites 110 (1)
Gender, sex, and the family 111 (28)
The family unit 114 (3)
Gender and British institutions 117 (3)
Women and employment 120 (3)
Marriage and divorce 123 (3)
Parenting 126 (2)
Sexuality and identity 128 (6)
Conclusion 134 (5)
Exercises 135 (1)
Reading 136 (1)
Cultural examples 136 (1)
Websites 137 (2)
Youth culture and style 139 (36)
Youth, teenagers, and adolescents 143 (2)
Going out: `dressing up and dressing down' 145 (6)
Staying in: young people and the media 151 (5)
Sex and drugs and rock'n'roll 156 (7)
Conclusion 163 (12)
Exercises 170 (1)
Reading 171 (1)
Cultural examples 172 (1)
Websites 173 (2)
Class and polities 175 (34)
The upper class 179 (4)
The middle class 183 (4)
The working class 187 (4)
Social change 191 (1)
The nature of politics 192 (3)
Party politics 195 (4)
Voting behaviour 199 (4)
Conclusion 203 (6)
Exercises 205 (1)
Reading 205 (1)
Cultural examples 205 (2)
Websites 207 (2)
Ethnicity and language 209 (30)
Varieties of English 213 (4)
Gaelic, Scots, Welsh 217 (6)
New languages, new identities 223 (9)
Conclusion 232 (7)
Exercises 236 (1)
Reading 236 (1)
Cultural examples 237 (1)
Websites 238 (1)
Religion and heritage 239 (34)
The established church 245 (4)
Background religion 249 (2)
Other world religions in Britain 251 (4)
Religious festivals 255 (3)
The New Age 258 (4)
Religious differences: age and sex 262 (2)
The heritage industry 264 (4)
Conclusion 268 (5)
Exercises 269 (1)
Reading 270 (1)
Cultural examples 270 (1)
Websites 271 (2)
Conclusion: Britain towards the future 273 (20)
Europe 276 (5)
Multiethnic Britain 281 (5)
New technology 286 (2)
Conclusion 288 (5)
Exercises 289 (1)
Reading 289 (1)
Cultural examples 289 (1)
Websites 290 (3)
Glossary 293 (6)
Index 299