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This article explains a shift in American culture and politics through an examination of the ‘Vietnam Trope’, a culture structure that conditioned debates on the use of US military power. Specifically, the trope indexes competing explanations in hermeneutically dissimilar narratives: (1) a...
If meanings are so contested and changeable, how can individuals reach a collective agreement about what makes some cultural objects meaningful over time and across space? And how can social scientists construe robust interpretations of cultural objects whose meanings are shifting and malleable?...
This article analyzes the structure and functioning of the iconography employed by the contemporary anti-slavery movement to alert Euro-American publics about ongoing instances of enslavement around the world and to mobilize these publics against such instances. The first part of the article...
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