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How do late-modern people morally evaluate behavior in emotionally-laden situations? To answer this question, a cultural sociology of morality should explore both cultural contents and social contexts that inform their employment. The article studies how Israelis ethically evaluate loud mourning...
This article develops the ideal type of charismatic performance. In a charismatic performance, a series of interactions between a leader and his followers takes on a specific pattern and tone: the leader’s startling successes in the world and, in particular, his or her public acts and displays,...
This study maps out the ‘boundaries of belonging’ in a small US city where large numbers of immigrants have radically transformed its demographics over the past decade. With somewhere between 12 000 and 15 000 unauthorized residents, municipal and community leaders in Danbury, Connecticut,...
In this article, we highlight the social processes involved in the construction of cultural trauma and repair, and how these processes are digitally mediated. In national news coverage following hurricane Katrina, a number of displaced residents saw threats to a particular cultural identity they...
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