Politics, Religion, And Culture In An Anxious Age by J. BuellPolitics, Religion, And Culture In An Anxious Age by J. Buell

Politics, Religion, And Culture In An Anxious Age

byJ. Buell

Hardcover | August 9, 2011

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American politics is increasingly driven by apocalyptic rhetoric. Highlighting possible adverse consequences of such politics for our freedom and quality of life, the book suggests alternative policy agendas, religious and philosophical discourses, cultural framing and modes of daily living
JOHN BUELLAdjunct Faculty at Cochise College, USA.
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Title:Politics, Religion, And Culture In An Anxious AgeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:201 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.69 inPublished:August 9, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230117724

ISBN - 13:9780230117723

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Table of Contents

Preface: A Hair Trigger Nation? Introduction: Listening to Talk Radio Evil and Identity Katrina and the Color of Good and Evil From the Model T to the Hummer: The Economics and Aesthetics of the American Automobile The Immigrants are Coming! The Immigrants are Coming! Capitalism's Bumpy Ride: Where To From Here? National Security and Apocalypse Conclusion: Addressing a World of Rhizomatic Crises

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"Buell has produced a very insightful description and critical analysis of the landscape of America's most serious problems and how they are understood by a public at the mercy of powerful and often hysterical cultural and political voices. He shows us how comparatively non-influential perspectives could alter the American landscape and ameliorate its most serious stresses and strains if they were translated into public policies. I strongly recommend this book for undergraduates as well as graduate students and professionals."--Morton Schoolman, professor of Political Science, State University of New York at Albany