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ArtikelOccidentalism and Accountability: Constructing Culture and Cultural Difference in Majority Greek Talk About the Minority in Western Thrace  
Oleh: Bozatzis, Nikos
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Discourse and Society (Full Text) vol. 20 no. 4 (Jul. 2009), page 431-453.
Topik: accountability; banal nationalism; critical discursive social psychology; Muslim minority in Greece; national categories; occidentalism; representations of culture; representations of cultural difference
Fulltext: Vol 20, no (4), page 431–453.pdf (217.43KB)
Isi artikelDrawing upon the notion of occidentalism, developed within cultural theory and critical ethnography, this article explores ways in which explicit and/or implicit assumptions about the West and Western self are implicated, in their conversational mobilization, to accountability management. The data analysed come from a study in Western Thrace (Greece), which included interviews and focus group with majority Greek educators about the Muslim minority historically residing in the region. The analysis presented employs tools from critical discursive social psychology. Building upon discourse analytic treatments within social psychology on the mobilization of national categories and accountability management in talk, it is argued that the banal indexicalization of national categories in talk opens the space for a critical interrogation of the banal indexicalization of an occidentalist cultural imagery that posits a hierarchical distinction between cultures of the West and the Rest.
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