Order of Rituals

The Interpretation of Everyday Life
 
 
Transaction Publishers
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erscheint ca. am 31. März 1995
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 176 Seiten
978-1-56000-184-3 (ISBN)
 
To those still accustomed to seeing social order depicted in classes, strata, central groups, or institutions, and who measure and classify the social world according to "centers" and "margins," modern society presents itself as ambiguous and unmanageable. This is not unprecedented. Human societies often discover themselves in situations in which the traditional grids of order and stratification lose their value and fail to serve as guideposts for individuals.In The Order of Rituals, Hans-Georg Soeffner aims to answer the question: Through what efforts of order and orientation are loosely organized societies like ours held together? Soeffner focuses on symbolic forms of self-presentation that bring focus and clarity to our lives, such as emblems, fashions, styles, and symbols. As these replace old orders of classes or strata, there is a further consequence. Economically, culturally, and ethnically "mixed" societies not only return to specific visible forms of presentation, but also present themselves and their worldviews as a public stage of life-styles, attitudes, and demeanor.Soeffner asserts that society preserves certain continuously handed-down forms of action and ritual as specific symbolic forms over a long period of time. The Order of Rituals describes these symbols and routines of everyday life in fascinating detail, coupled with thoughtful analysis. Sociologists, anthropologists, and philosophers will all benefit immensely from this book.
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  • Großbritannien
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Hans-Georg Soeffner is professor of sociology at the University of Konstanz in Germany. He has been a visiting professor at the University of California, Berkeley, as well as in Austria and Switzerland. His most recent work is Germany: Once Again a -Belated Nation.- The Order of Rituals was translated from German by Mara Luckmann, who has translated a wide variety of books, articles, and essays in the field of sociology.
Hans-Georg Soeffner is professor of sociology at the University of Konstanz in Germany. He has been a visiting professor at the University of California, Berkeley, as well as in Austria and Switzerland. His most recent work is Germany: Once Again a -Belated Nation.- The Order of Rituals was translated from German by Mara Luckmann, who has translated a wide variety of books, articles, and essays in the field of sociology.
Prologue1. Luther-From the Collectivity of Faith to a Lutheran-Protestant Type of Individuality2. Style and Stylization: Punk, or the Superelevation of Everyday Life3. Rituals of Anti-Ritualism-Materials for the Non-Everyday4. Flying Moles (Pigeon-BreedingMiners in the Ruhr District)5. The Staging of Society-Voting as Leisure-Time Activity6. Borrowed Charisma-Populist Stagings Bibliography Name Index Subject Index
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