1 edition of Hybridity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Vanessa Guignery, Catherine Pesso-Miquel and François Specq|
|LC Classifications||PN56.H93 H93 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 371 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||2012429407|
The intermingling of people and media from different cultures is a communication-based phenomenon known as hybridity. Drawing on original research from Lebanon to Mexico and analyzing the use of the term in cultural and postcolonial studies (as well as the popular and business media), Marwan Kraidy offers readers a history of the idea and a set of prescriptions for its future use. Buy This Book in Print. summary. This critical engagement with some of the most prominent contemporary theorists of postcolonial studies reevaluates recent theories of hybridity and agency. Challenging the claim that hybridity provides a site of resistance to hegemonic and homogenizing forces in an increasingly globalized world, Anjali Prabhu Cited by:
In the book Hybridity, Marwan M. Kraidy writes, “hybridity has proven a useful concept to describe multipurpose electronic gadgets, designer agricultural seeds, environment-friendly cars with dual combustion and electrical engines, companies that blend American and Japanese management practices, multiracial people, dual citizens, and. Mimicry, Ambivalence, and Hybridity 8 August Daniel Dafoe’s novel, Robinson Crusoe, is a rich text for understanding the mechanisms of European colonialism and the relation between the colonizer and the colonized (represented by Crusoe and Friday).
Hybridity in Cultural Globalization Marwan M. Kraidy Hybridity has become a master trope across many spheres of cultural research, theory, and criticism, and one of the most widely used and criticized concepts in postcolonial theory. This article begins with a thorough review of the interdisciplinary scholarship on by: The purpose of the book “Digital Hybridity: How to Strike the Right Balance for Digital Paradigm Shift” is to shed some light on how to strike the right balance of stability and changes; being transactional to keep spinning and being transformational to leap forward for making a .
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Home › Postcolonialism › Homi Bhabha’s Concept of Hybridity. Homi Bhabha’s Concept of Hybridity By Nasrullah Mambrol on April 8, • (12). One of the most widely employed and most disputed terms in postcolonial theory, hybridity commonly refers to the creation of new transcultural forms within the contact zone produced by used in horticulture, the term refers to.
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"The book's easy and discursive style makes it accessible to the widest readership without losing out on complexity and intellectual rigour." Sociology "Burke shows how [questions of hybridity] raise issues that are older, broader and closer to our lives than we might think."/5(3). Hybridity, Bhabha argues, subverts the Hybridity book of colonial power and dominant cultures.
The series of inclusions and exclusions on which a dominant culture is premised are deconstructed by the very entry of the formerly-excluded subjects into the mainstream discourse (See Representation, Nationalism). The dominant culture is contaminated by. In Nationalism and Hybridity in Mongolia (), Bulag argues that the Mongolian People’s Republic’s reliance on Hybridity book USSR created an essentialized identity for Mongols in the Mongolian socialist state.
Bulag argues that this identity was one that could only be expressed in opposition to China, and this resulted in an ideology of Khalkha Cited by: unpacking and examining hybridity today in some of its theoretical versions as well as specific societal configurations, this book attends to the ways in which such inequalities might inform current derivatives of hybridity.
Hybridity is an enticing idea in current postcolonial studies.1 In its. North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University. Hybridity and its Discontents explores the history and experience of 'hybridity' - the mixing of peoples and cultures - in North and South America, Latin America, Britain and Ireland, South Africa, Asia and the Pacific.
The contributors trace manifestations of hybridity in debates about miscengenation and racial purity, in scientific notions of genetics and 'race', in processes of cultural. The intermingling of people and media from different cultures is a communication-based phenomenon known as hybridity.
Drawing on original research from Lebanon to Mexico and analyzing the use of the term in cultural and postcolonial studies (as well as the popular and business media), Marwan Kraidy offers readers a history of the idea and a set of prescriptions for its future Hybridity Quotes Quotes tagged as "hybridity" Showing of 17 “Taking the multidimensional hybrid models for going digital is all about how to strike the right balance of reaping quick wins and focusing on the long-term strategic goals.”.
Nederveen Pieterse – Hybridity, So What. 21 11 Pieterse (JB/D) 31/7/01 am Page 21 objections to hybridity thinking ( 10–11) and then gives a different take on.
Now largely absent from book titles, conference themes, and intellectual polemics, hybridity has taken residence in interdisciplinary venues like media studies, as a once-dominant concept now content with latent taken-for-granted-ness and banal usage.
We now assume, rather than argue over, hybridity. The concept of hybridity in literary theories is found to vary on the interpretation of Authors (like Lipsitz and Anzaldua) as they may compete in the battle of ideas on how multiculturalism must depict in their literary works, wherein the art of characterization must portray the life-experiences.
When the terms “mimicry” and “hybridity” are invoked in literary criticism, or in classrooms looking at literature from Asia, Africa, or the Caribbean, as well as their respective diasporas, there is usually a footnote somewhere to two essays by Homi K.
Bhabha, “Of Mimicry and Man,” and “Signs Taken For Wonders: Questions of. Performing Hybridity brings together a collection of poems, essays, case studies and photographic works in the fields of performance studies and cultural studies that examine instances in which the notion of hybridity challenges ideas of identity and performance.
Contributors such as Toby Miller, Fiona Foley, Shani Mootoo, Celeste Olalquiaga and Fred Moten provide a sampling of how artists are. This book examines whether the value of hybridity as a concept can continue to be harnessed, and how its shortcomings might be mitigated or overcome.
It does so in an interdisciplinary way, as hybridity has been used as a benchmark across multiple disciplines and areas of practical engagement over the past decade – including peacebuilding.
The discussion of hybridity in this study focuses on the contemporary debate about culture, ethnicity and identity which underpins de Toro’s model of hybridity as a cultural category. The main argument of this study is the problematic nature of managing the differences of cultural, ethnical and religious groups in Malaysia’s plural society.
LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in Ceremony, which you can use to track the themes throughout the work. The ThemeTracker below shows where, and to what degree, the theme of Cultural Dominance, Purity, and Hybridity appears in each Section of Ceremony. Click or tap on any chapter to.
Get this from a library! Hybridity. [Michael Bridger;] ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "November "--Page 3 of cover.N. García-Canclini, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, ‘ Hybridity ’ has been used by authors in the social sciences, literary, artistic, and cultural studies to designate processes in which discrete social practices or structures, that existed in separate ways, combine to generate new structures, objects, and practices in which the preceding elements.
Hybridity has become a master trope across many spheres of cultural research, theory, and criticism, and one of the most widely used and criticized concepts in postcolonial theory. This article begins with a thorough review of the interdisciplinary scholarship on by: