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The Routledge Handbook of French Politics and Culture

Edited by: Marion Demossier , David Lees , Aurélien Mondon , Nina Parish

Print publication date:  November  2019
Online publication date:  November  2019

Print ISBN: 9781138101753
eBook ISBN: 9781315656717
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The Routledge Handbook of French Politics and Culture provides a detailed survey of the highly differentiated field of research on French politics, society and culture across the social sciences and humanities.

The handbook includes contributions from the most eminent authors in their respective fields who bring their authority to bear on the task of outlining the current state-of-the art research in French Studies across disciplinary boundaries. As such, it represents an innovative as well as an authoritative survey of the field, representing an opportunity for a critical examination of the contrasts and the continuities in methodological and disciplinary orientations in a single volume.

The Routledge Handbook of French Politics and Culture will be essential reading and an authoritative reference for scholars, students, researchers and practitioners involved in, and actively concerned about, research on French politics, society and culture.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  From despair, to hope, to limbo Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Political parties in modern and contemporary France Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Gaullism as a doctrine and political movement Download PDF
Chapter  4:  France and the world Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Gender and politics in modern and contemporary France Download PDF
Chapter  6:  The politics of migration Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The political transversality of Islamophobia Download PDF
Chapter  8:  The new politics of racialisation in France Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Youth and politics in France Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Anti-racism, race and the Republic in contemporary France Download PDF
Chapter  11:  La France dans la rue Download PDF
Chapter  12:  The French ‘banlieues’ Download PDF
Chapter  13:  The good, the bad and the ugly Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Nightclubs and national belonging Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Local and social belonging in the contemporary French rural world Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Gender and crisis Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Remembering the First World War in France Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Waging the war of words Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Cultural policy Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Popular music nostalgia in contemporary French media discourse Download PDF
Chapter  21:  The media and presidential elections Download PDF
Chapter  22:  The multiple deaths of the intellectual in France Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Jewish culture in twenty-first-century France Download PDF
Bibliography Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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