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A Culture Of Confidence: Politics, Performance And The Idea Of America - Richard Nelson
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Compelled by the ubiquitous power of mass entertainment, politics has adopted theatrical language and the rhetoric of performance as the strategy for winning public favor. We have come to expect the politicians we elect to be performers. Now, more than at any other time in American history, we conceive the world of politics to be a world of theatre in which every politicians campaigner must sell us something. In this persuasive study of culture politics Richard Nelson examines the concept of confidence and doubt as the cement that holds the nation together. He explores confidence in its dual meanings--of trusting faith and of deception, guile, and illusion. His book confirms that our national identity is deeply imbued by both. One binds the populace through development of trust and personalism. The other leads to national crises through disillusionment and doubt. To explore this duality, Nelson draws on a diverse set of examples from intellectual and mass cultures. These include (1)reconsidering the role of performance in civil religion in America through the prisms of Edmund Burke and Max Weber, (2) Will Herberg''s prophetic role in transforming the Protestant ethic into the Judeo--Christian ethic and in rejecting the possibility of an authentic self, (3) the common languages of religion and entertainment in Reinhold Niebuhr and film maker Frank Capra, and in the Cold War new evangelism of Fulton J. Sheen, Oral Roberts, and Billy Graham, (4) the American Adam and the politics of confidence in the Bush--Clinton and Gingrich election campaigns, (5) the cult of personality in the careers of Ronald Reagan, Normal Mailer, and James Baldwin. Nelson argues that through the influence of the artist, the advertiser, and the actor, as well as from the liberal conservative tension that exists in the dual meaning of confidence, we derive our idea of America. Richard Nelson, Books, Religion and Spirituality, A Culture Of Confidence: Politics, Performance And The Idea Of America Books>Religion and Spirituality, University Press of Mississippi

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A Culture of Confidence: Politics, Performance and the Idea of America by Richard NelsonA study of contemporary America's hunger for confidence and the politics of performance that shapes our institutions and our daily lives.Compelled by the ubiquitous power of mass entertainment, politics has adopted the theatrical language and the rhetoric of performance as a strategy for winning public favor. We have come to expect the politicians we elect to be performers. Now, more than at any other time in American history, we conceive the world of politics to be a world of theatre in which every political campaigner must sell us something. In this persuasive study of culture politics, Richard Nelson examines the role of confidence and doubt as the cement that holds the nation together. He explores confidence in its dual meanings-of trusting faith and of deception, guile, and illusion. His book confirms that our national identity is deeply imbued by both. One binds the populace through the need to believe in a hopeful and positive future. The other leads to national crises through disillusionment and doubt. Nelson argues that through the influence of the artist, the advertiser, and the actor, as well as from the liberal-conservative tension that exists in the dual meanings of confidence, we derive our idea of America.Richard Nelson is a professor of history at the University of Maine at Machias. Books Books ~~ Political Science & Government~~ Political Process ~~ Elections A-Culture-Of-Confidence~~Richard-Nelson University Press of Mississippi A study of contemporary America's demand for the cultural confidence game of performance politics

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: University Press of Mississippi], A Culture of Confidence: Politics, Performance and the Idea of America by Richard Nelson A study of contemporary America's hunger for confidence and the politics of performance that shapes our institutions and our daily lives. Compelled by the ubiquitous power of mass entertainment, politics has adopted the theatrical language and the rhetoric of performance as a strategy for winning public favor. We have come to expect the politicians we elect to be performers. Now, more than at any other time in American history, we conceive the world of politics to be a world of theatre in which every political campaigner must sell us something. In this persuasive study of culture politics, Richard Nelson examines the role of confidence and doubt as the cement that holds the nation together. He explores confidence in its dual meanings-of trusting faith and of deception, guile, and illusion. His book confirms that our national identity is deeply imbued by both. One binds the populace through the need to believe in a hopeful and positive future. The other leads to national crises through disillusionment and doubt. Nelson argues that through the influence of the artist, the advertiser, and the actor, as well as from the liberal-conservative tension that exists in the dual meanings of confidence, we derive our idea of America. Richard Nelson is a professor of history at the University of Maine at Machias.Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI, 302 Seiten, L=152mm, B=229mm, H=17mm, Gew.=445gr, [GR: 25590 - TB/Geschichte/Sonstiges], [SW: - Philosophy], Kartoniert/Broschiert A study of contemporary America's demand for the cultural confidence game of performance politics

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A Culture of Confidence
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Nelson, Richard

Titel:

A Culture of Confidence

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1604735759

A study of contemporary America's demand for the cultural confidence game of performance politics

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781604735758
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1604735759
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI
302 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,445 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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