(Anti-)Globalization and resistance identities

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Abstract

The Routledge Handbook of Identity Studies offers an exceptionally clear overview of the analysis of identity in the social sciences, and in so doing seeks to develop a new agenda for identity studies in the twenty-first century.

The key theories of identity, ranging from classical accounts to postmodern, psychoanalytic and feminist approaches, are drawn together and critically appraised, and there are substantive sections looking at racial, ethnic, gendered, queer, consumerist, virtual and global identities.

The Handbook also makes an essential contribution to the debate now opening up over identity-politics and its cultural consequences. From anti-globalization protestors to new ecological warriors, from devotees of therapy culture to defenders of international human rights: the culture of identity-politics is fast redefining the public political sphere. What future for politics is there after the turn to identity? .
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRoutledge Handbook of Identity Studies
EditorsAnthony Elliott
Pages364-379
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - 23 Jun 2011

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Keywords

  • global justice movement
  • identities
  • death of the subject
  • analysis
  • feminist approaches

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Eschle, C. (2011). (Anti-)Globalization and resistance identities. In A. Elliott (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Identity Studies (pp. 364-379)