JEFFREY OLICK PDF
Jeffrey K. Olick’s 16 research works with citations and reads, including: The Memory Studies Association: Ambitions and an invitation. Jeffrey K. Olick. About Jeffrey K. Olick from the University of Chicago Press website. Jeffrey Olick is William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology and History and Chair of the Sociology Department at the University of Virginia.
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Making Sense of Modern Times: Narrative and Social Movements. The Politics of Regret: Working and Caring in an Insecure Age. Maternity Policies and Working Women. New citations to this author.
Jeffrey Olick – Google Scholar Citations
This page was last edited on 7 Septemberat Thrift and Thriving in America: Memory can foster any number of things — social solidarity, nostalgia, civil war — but it always depends on both the nature of the past and the cultures doing the remembering.
Group Experiment and Other Writings: A sociology of nostalgia F Davis The collective memory reader 5, An epistemology for the futures field: Austin and from Karl MarxI was motivated by the analytical principle that people do things with words, but not in circumstances of their own choosing. Olick is also a key figure in contemporary cultural sociology and sociological theory.
Utopia and Anti-Utopia in Modern Times. Parents, Children and Consumer Culture. Television and Authority in the Lives of Women.
Jeffrey K. Olick – Wikipedia
A Theory of Culture and Society. Collective memory and jeffey constraint: On Collective Memory and Historical Responsibility. From collective memory to the sociology of mnemonic practices and products JK Olick Cultural memory studies: The Politics of Regret: Utopias and the Millennium.
Identity and Social Change. Olick is a major figure in cultural sociology and social theory and has made significant contributions to the interdisciplinary field of memory studies. Freaks, Geeks and Cool Kids: Causes and Consequences in Europe and the Americas.
Thus, these works have significant implications for both intellectual history and sociological theory. Taking inspiration from these perspectives, but also moving beyond them, Olick draws on Mikhail BakhtinNorbert Eliasand Pierre Bourdieu to formulate a “process-relational” approach to culture. Causes and Consequences of Low Fertility.
About the Author
The Rise of Modern Society: Olick born November 15th, is an American sociologist. The Behavior of Law, special edition. While he has published on a wide variety of topics, his interests to date have focused particularly on collective memory, critical theory, transitional justice, and postwar Germany. Searching for Democracy in America’s Culture War. Tentative Transitions of Oluck Graduates.
American Teenagers, Schools, and the Culture of Consumption. Limited Learning on College Campuses. Vera List Center for Art and Politics, The Social Structure of Right and Wrong.