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View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title Sets the working of the French political system in its historical, social and economic context.
About the Author : Dana H. Buy Used Condition: Fair This book has soft covers. Learn more about this copy. About AbeBooks. Other Popular Editions of the Same Title. This course examines statistical trends, individual and collective actors, informal groups, and formal associations. Offered jointly with the Leonard N.
Stern School of Business. A comprehensive survey of the French economy, including both macro- and microeconomic analysis. Examines major historical patterns as well as current policy and debate. Includes consideration of the domestic economy and France? Narrative, representation, spectatorship, auteurship. Close readings of major works in the corpus of French cinema. Introduction to the critical and technical vocabularies necessary for cinematic analysis.
Religion in French Society G The focus is on the sources, the organization, and the institutional consequences of political conflict in France. Constitutional structures are explored, as well as voting, political parties, pressure groups, and public policy. France in World Politics Since G Focuses on French responses and initiatives with respect to national security, the Atlantic alliance, Western and Eastern Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States and its allies, and the Third World.
Literature and Cinema G Topics include the impossibility of transposing novels into films, the modernity of cinematographic subjects, film and modern myths, and cinema as language Gender in French History - Jaicks G A central issue for the course revolves around the struggle to reconcile citizenship and maternity.
The course is organized both chronologically and thematically. A variety of theoretical approaches is employed. A broad spectrum of sources is used, including memoirs, letters, and fiction as well as classic historical works.
Takes a political perspective on language, focusing on the social forces, groups, and institutions competing for control of language. Focuses on social theory and philosophy, literature, and the arts, including consideration of Freud, Wittgenstein, Durkheim, Saussure, Hofmannstahl, Klimt, Jarry, Breton, Proust, and Musil. It concentrates on the beaux arts - painting, sculpture, architecture - as well as photography and the decorative arts. The aim is to gain an understanding of artistic production within the context of historical and social change.
Treats contrasting views about the nature and significance of rural France in relation to long-established images of rural life in French culture and identity. French Literature and Society: - Affron G An introduction to the analysis of literary texts in their social and ideological contexts.
Works by Chateaubriand, Stendhal, Balzac, Flaubert, Baudelaire, and Michelet are correlated with readings in Marxist, psychoanalytic, and formalist theory.