e-Book The better Angels Of Capitalism: Rhetoric, Narrative, And Moral Identity Among Men Of The American Upper Class (Polemics) epub downloadAuthor: Andrew Herman
Pages: 304 pages
Publisher: Westview Press; 1 edition (January 7, 1999)
Category: Social Sciences
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e-Book The better Angels Of Capitalism: Rhetoric, Narrative, And Moral Identity Among Men Of The American Upper Class (Polemics) epub download
by Andrew Herman
Beginning with a series of ethnographic interviews of a variety of wealthy American men, Andrew Herman draws upon diverse perspectives to present a coherent exploration of the sociopolitical implications of being wealthy in an economically unequal-& increasingly unstable-society. Stories are not just practical and symbolic actions: they are part of the political process. Ann Game and Andrew Metcalfe (1996: 76). My substantive analysis of the moral economy of wealth begins with a consideration of how wealth as power and empowerment is experienced, and how that experience is narrated or storied, in the everyday life-world of wealthy men.
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Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1999. vii. 287 p. references, index.
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Andrew Herman is Associate Professor of Sociology and Cultural Studies .
Andrew Herman is Associate Professor of Sociology and Cultural Studies at Drake University. Thomas Swiss is Center for the Humanities Professor of English and Director of the Web-Assisted Curriculum at Drake University. He is the author of two collections of poems, including Rough Cut (Illinois UP, 1997).
Jan Hadlaw is an Associate Professor at York University in Toronto, Canada.