Det historisk-filosofiske fakultet

IKK, Seksjon for etnologi

Produksjonsdato : 2001-01-25
Katalogtype: Fullformat.

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PublKat: C11 (Rapport utgitt av institusjon, forening, o.a.)
Instit:  Universitetet i Bergen, Det historisk-filosofiske fakultet, IKK, Seksjon for etnologi
Forf:    Berggreen, Brit
         UiB, Seksjon for etnologi
Tittel:  Kulturens sosiale fundament - Samfunns kulturelle uttrykk : Et idénota
         t.
År:      1997
Side(r): 16 s.
Utgiver: IKK
Tilgang: IKK
Språk:   nor
PublID:  r98007629
StatKat: f
LokalK:  PN

2
PublKat: A05 (Kapittel i faglig bok, rapport m.v. (t.o.m. 1998))
Instit:  Universitetet i Bergen, Det historisk-filosofiske fakultet, IKK, Seksjon for etnologi
Forf:    Berggreen, Brit
         UiB, Seksjon for etnologi
Tittel:  Societies of Married Women : Forums for Identity Building and Female D
         iscourse
Tidskr:  Rethinking Self and Society : Subjectivity, Gender and Iden
         tity
Red:     Arenal, Electa
År:      1997
Utgiver: Senter for humanistisk kvinneforskning
Språk:   eng
PublID:  r98007631
StatKat: f

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PublKat: A03 (Artikkel i nordisk vitenskapelig tidsskrift (t.o.m. 1998))
Instit:  Universitetet i Bergen, Det historisk-filosofiske fakultet, IKK, Seksjon for etnologi
Forf:    Kapstad, Connie Reksten
         UiB, Seksjon for etnologi
Tittel:  Escaping Identity
Tidskr:  Ethnologia Scandinavica. A journal for nordic ethnology
Red:     Frykman, Jonas
ISSN:    0348-9698
År:      1997
Volum:   27
Side(r): 65-83
Emneord: kulturvitskap, etnologi, identitet, handlingsteori, natur- og miljøve
         rn
SamEng:  The cultural phenomenon of environmentalism has not just proved to be
          a fascinating theme for ethnological study, it has also shown itself
          to be an appropriate area in which to test new theories. In this pap
         er I have used the perspective of action theory. Rather than interpre
         ting action as text, I understand action as action. In the Norwegian
         environmental movement the main thing is to do something for the envi
         ronment. It is a matter of acting, of staging actions. Interpreting t
         oday’s environmental commitment on the basis of the movement’s produc
         tion of symbols and ideology alone would therefore be insufficient. O
         nly by interpreting their actions as action can we understand today’s
          engagement. In cultural studies the textual paradigm has nevertheles
         s colonized more and more disciplines, including ethnology. Culture h
         as been read as text, as sign and representation, as a manifesto and
         a finished result. In this way, culture has been understood unambiguo
         usly as a mental and cognitive dimension. In this paper, on the other
          hand, I have focused on action and practice. For it is through actio
         n that cultures meet, clash, and interact – as in environmental actio
         n. It is through action that new meaning and new cultural patterns ar
         e created. Using action theory, it is therefore possible to understan
         d Norwegian environmentalism as a movement and a cultural process. By
          interpreting action as action and not solely as text, it is thus pos
         sible to grasp how culture and identity take shape, but also how iden
         tity is something from which one may wish to escape.
Språk:   eng
PublID:  r98007240
StatKat: f
LokalK:  A


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