Reviving Gramsci
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Reviving Gramsci : Crisis, Communication, and Change

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Engaging debates within cultural studies, media and communication studies, and critical theory, this book addresses whether Gramscian thought continues to be relevant for social and cultural analysis, in particular when examining times of crisis and social change. The book is motivated by two intertwined but distinct purposes: first, to show the privileged and fruitful link between a "Gramscian Theory of Communication" and a "Communicative Theory of Gramsci;" second, to explore the ways in which such a Gramscian perspective can help us interpret and explain different forms of political activism in the twenty-first century, such as "Occupy" in the US, "Indignados" in Spain, or "Movimento Cinque Stelle" in Italy.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 174 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 17.78mm | 374g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1138854441
  • 9781138854444

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"Briziarelli and Martinez Guillem provide an important contribution to the use of Gramsci in Communication Studies, Cultural Studies, the study of social movements, and contemporary hegemonic resistance. Their volume is a must read for students and scholars alike who are interested in examining the discourses of contemporary power." - Joseph P. Zompetti, Illinois State University, USAshow more

About Marco Briziarelli

Marco Briziarelli is an assistant professor in the department of Communication and Journalism, at the University of New Mexico, USA. He is interested in critical approaches to media and communication, digital labor and social movements. His work has appeared in Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Critical Studies in Media Communication and Triple C. Susana Martinez Guillem is Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication & Journalism at the University of New Mexico, USA. Her research interests are in critical discourse studies and cultural studies. Her work has appeared in several internationally recognized journals, including Critical Studies in Media Communication and European Journal of Cultural Studies.show more

Table of contents

1. Gramsci in/for Critical Times 2. Selective Gramsci(s) 3. Gramsci and Communication: Dialectics and Translation 4. Occupy Wall Street: The Limits of War of Position 5. Movimento Cinque Stelle: Dialectics of Passive Revolution 6. From Indignados to Podemos: Sublating Vernacular Rhetoric into National Popular Rhetoric 7. A Dialectical Imageshow more