アタッチメントの社会学<br>Attachment : Sociology and Social Worlds (Sociology and Social Worlds)

アタッチメントの社会学
Attachment : Sociology and Social Worlds (Sociology and Social Worlds)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 193 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780719078125
  • DDC分類 302.5

基本説明

Written as one of the three key texts for the new Open University course Making Social Worlds, the book combines an accessible introduction to significant strands of current sociological thought.

Full Description


This book introduces students to attachment as an everyday social experience. Focusing on wide-ranging and accessible examples, the text explores how attachments between people, and between people and things, are made, sustained and unmade. In doing so, the book introduces a number of competing sociological approaches to these processes, in particular, feminist versions of social constructionism; theories of material culture and actor network theory; phenomenology; and psycho-societal theories. The book combines an accessible introduction to significant strands of current sociological thought with illustrative material students will find engaging and compelling, such as intimate family relations, media texts, the economy and sport.

Table of Contents

Notes on contributors                              vi
Series preface vii
Liz McFall
Introduction 1 (18)
Peter Redman
Affective attachment in families 19 (32)
Jacqui Gabb
`I Just wanted her out': attachment, the 51 (32)
psycho-social and media texts
Peter Redman
Joanne Whitehouse-Hart
Boxing masculinities: attachment, 83 (28)
embodiment and heroic narratives
Kath Woodward
Attachment and detachment in the economy 111(32)
Fabian Muniesa
What does psychoanalysis contribute to our 143(32)
understanding of failures of social
connectedness?
Michael Rustin
Afterword 175(10)
Peter Redman
Acknowledgements 185(2)
Index 187