5 edition of A Sociological Analysis of Southern Regionalism found in the catalog.
May 1993 by Edwin Mellen Press .
Written in English
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The Sociological Implications of Southern Regionalism By RUPERT B. VANCE THE REGIONAL APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF SOCIETY POSSESSES a stark reality which affects every interpretation we undertake. Power and administration, social consensus and policy determina-tion are inseparably linked to area, that is, to units of territory.
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Although the terms regionalism and local color are sometimes used interchangeably, regionalism generally has broader connotations. Whereas local color is often applied to a specific literary mode that flourished in the late 19th century, regionalism implies a recognition from the colonial period to the present of differences among specific areas of the country.
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The contributors engage in a comprehensive exploration of what is arguably the most dynamic and important region in the world. In international relations, regionalism is the expression of a common sense of identity and purpose combined with the creation and implementation of institutions that express a particular identity and shape collective action within a geographical region.
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Regionalism, autonomism, nationalism. Regionalism, autonomism, secessionism and nationalism are interrelated concepts, yet they often have different and sometimes opposite meanings.
For instance, in Spain "regionalism" is regarded as strongly associated with "nationalism" and, often, "secessionism", whereas in Italy, it is generally seen as a synonym of "federalism" and the opposite of. American literary regionalism or local color is a style or genre of writing in the United States that gained popularity in the mid to late 19th century into the early 20th century.
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5, number 1 (Autumn ), pp.special issue, "A Guide to Appalachian Studies."Material from this article appeared in a different form in Dwight Billings and David Walls, "Appalachians," in the Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic. ADVERTISEMENTS: “Regionalism is an approach to study the behaviour that emphasizes the geographical region as the unit of analysis, stressing the relationship between man and his immediate physical environment.
Economic social and cultural organisations are analyzed in terms of their interrelationships and functions within the geographic region” -W.P. Scott. Southern literature (sometimes called the literature of the American South) is defined as American literature about the Southern United States or by writers from this region.
Traditionally, the study of southern literature has emphasized a common Southern history, the significance of family, a sense of community and one's role within it, a sense of justice, the region's dominant religion. Regionalism: Regionalism is a type of writing that focuses on the customs, character and landscape of a specific region.
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If, instead, the SADC case is 1 See, for instance, Pallotti ( ). Regionalism, as defined in this paper, encompasses efforts by a group of nations to enhance their economic, political, social, or cultural interaction. Such efforts can take on different forms, including regional cooperation, market integration, development.
regionalism is shaped by changes in international context and, above all, the emerging international and continental regimes. Regional integration provides the environment for the development of NR.
In other words, this paper analyzes New Regionalism as an outcome of regional Size: KB. promotion of regionalism in Southeast Asia, alongside concerns regarding intra-regional - predators and internal communist insurgencies.
Given the great uncertainty surrounding the behavior of the USSR and China in the aftermath of the Second World War, the US took a File Size: KB. A sociological analysis of Southern regionalism: the contributions of Howard W.
Odum by Paul C Challen (Book) The Oliver Max Gardner Award, by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Book). gional self-analysis while Northern counterparts are virtually non-existent. This latest addition to Southern regional literature was jointly spon-sored by the Southern Sociological Society and Duke University's Center for Southern Studies in the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Its pur-pose, according to the editors, is to analyze and. Illustrates that an appreciation of Odum and his theory of regionalism is crucial to a comprehensive understanding of the intellectual life of the early 20th-century South. Odum's vision for the region's future actively challenged the sectionalist constraints of the southern past.
(source: Nielsen Book Data). The Southern Colonies were distinct from other colonies mostly on their dependence for slave labor and for farming. The main crop in the South was rice, leading to an absence of large cities in the south.
But although most southern cities were tiny, Charleston became the fourth largest city in the colonies. Lee (African studies, Georgetown U.) describes the development of the various regional institutions of Southern Africa and assesses their impact on the region.
A large part of the work concentrates on the origins and operations of the Southern African Development Community (SADC). She looks at Price: $ issue is whether and how regionalism can be part of a successful development strategy. While ﬁnew trade theoryﬂ is concerned with a number of the issues relevant to new regionalism, and is providing new tools, the work is eclectic and is far from providing a unified framework for empirical analysis of new regionalism.
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the failure of southwest regionalism Published in the South Dakota Review, (Winter, ), In his book, The Southwest, John Houghton Allen says that "the best way to see the Southwest is through the bottom of a glass.
The past five years have witnessed a resurgence of regionalism in world politics. Old regionalist organizations have been revived, new organizations formed, and regionalism and the call for strengthened regionalist arrangements have been central to many of the debates about the nature of the post-Cold War international order.
This four-volume set has been created to capture and organise 60 years of research and policy discourse on regional integration and regionalism. Since the mids there has been an explosion of various forms of regionalist projects on a global scale. Define regionalism.
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This book discusses "mega regionalism cooperation", which earned massive support in the second decade of the twenty-first. Regionalism has been brought back in to the academic as well as the policy debates after some decades of neglect.
Notwithstanding the hegemony of globalization and resultant anti-globalization, regionalism constitutes a set of middle-level adjuncts or alternatives in policy and practice as well as by: Ruminski contends that ex-masters' sense of betrayal expanded to Southern whites generally as the most intense and unifying attitude that they carried out of the war and brought into the core of Lost Cause regionalism.
Dry passages in the book analyzing the nature of loyalty needed to Author: Cimprich, John. The first seminar in the Southern Perspectives series at the Institute of Postcolonial Studies features Raewyn Connell, author of Southern Theory: The Global Dynamics of Knowledge in Social Science.
Her book has proven to be a significant and highly controversial intervention into sociology and related has spoken about Southern Theory in academic forums around the world. The latest book in the Architecture in Focus series, this beautifully illustrated and designed book reconsiders critical regionalism and brilliantly demonstrates the global viability of one of the most visible trends in contemporary architecture.
As globalization increasingly enters every facet of our lives, its homogenizing effects on 5/5(1). This chapter synthesizes and critiques the multidisciplinary, race-focused historical literature on southern higher education since the s, portrayed in two thematic strands, striving and dissent.
The first theme captures the dominant narrative arc of institutional histories and biographies of academic leaders as aspiring to achieve within a Author: Amy Wells Dolan, John R. Thelin. Regionalism vs. sectionalism in the South's place in the national economy [Odum, Howard Washington] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Odum / Paul Challen Challen, Paul [ Book: ]. Traditional regionalism was born in Europe just after the second World War in It was, and this is very interesting, a mix of idealism and pragmatism.
Idealism, the purpose was to put an end to this European civil war, this competition among European states. Read this book on Questia. The widespread use of the regional-sectional concept during the past few decades, especially by scholars and teachers in the social sciences, has tended to blind them to the fact that the concept had widespread use long before there was a generally accepted label for it.This book is printed on paper suitable for recycling and made from fully managed and sustained forest sources.
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