Culture and Self-Worth Running head: culture and comparison processesCulture and Self-Worth Running head: culture and comparison processes
Culture and Self-Worth: Implications for Social Comparison Processes and Coping with Threats to Self-Worth
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What the Body Does: Theorizing Hunger Striking and Embodied Agency in International RelationsWhat the Body Does: Theorizing Hunger Striking and Embodied Agency in International Relations
Draft prepared for Conference Presentations, comments are welcome but please do not circulate or cite without permission from the author
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Self as Cultural Product: An Examination of East Asian and North American SelvesSelf as Cultural Product: An Examination of East Asian and North American Selves
East Asians and North Americans, has lent support to the idea that in many respects the self is a cultural construction. This paper seeks to further articulate the nature of East Asian and North American varieties of self by sampling the fruits of a decade of
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The speakersThe speakers
Erinnerungsräume: Formen und Wandlungen des kulturellen Gedächtnisses
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Theoretical notes and empirical evidence work in progress: please cite accordinglyTheoretical notes and empirical evidence work in progress: please cite accordingly
But it means different things to different speakers. Hence a good place to begin is to specify what we mean when we speak of hegemony. There are at least four interwoven conceptions in the literature on the international order and the world
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Moses His JudicialsMoses His Judicials
Abstract of Laws," called by John Winthrop "Moses his Judicials." Although not itself formally adopted by Massachusetts Bay Colony
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Ritzer Agency-Structure IntegrationRitzer Agency-Structure Integration
America. Agency generally refers to micro-level, individual human actors, but it can also refer to collectivities of that act. Structure usually refers to large-scale social structures, but it can also refer to micro structures
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Gender Differences in Religious Practice and Significance Linda WoodheadGender Differences in Religious Practice and Significance Linda Woodhead
West at least, are more religious than men,1 this has largely taken place in isolation from what are still considered to be the ‘big’ issues in the sociological analysis of religion
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