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In Contemporary Southern Identity Rebecca Bridges Watts explores the implications of four public controversies about Southern identity-debates about the Confederate flag in South Carolina, the gender integration of the Virginia Military Institute, the display of public art in Richmond, and Trent Lott\'s controversial comments regarding Strom Thurmond\'s 1948 segregationist presidential bid. While such debates may serve as evidence of the South\'s \"battle over the past, \" they can alternatively be seen as harbin-gers of a changing South. These controversies highlight the di-versity of voices in the conver-sation of what it means to be a Southerner. The participants in these conflicts may disagree about what Southern identity should be, but they all agree that such discussions are a cru-cial part of being Southern. Recent debates as to the place of Old South symbols and institutions in the South of the new millennium are evidence of a changing order. But a changing South is no less distinctive. If Southerners can find unity and distinctiveness in their identification, they may even be able to serve as a model for the increasingly divided United States. The very debates portrayed in the mass media as evidence of an \"unfinished Civil War\" can instead be interpreted as proof that the South has progressed and is having a common dialogue as to what its diverse members want it to be. Rebecca Bridges Watts is visiting assistant professor of communication studies at Stetson University. Contemporary Southern Identity: Community Through Controversy Watts, Rebecca B. A study of four public debates about the meaning of being southern

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In Contemporary Southern Identity Rebecca Bridges Watts explores the implications of four public controversies about Southern identity-debates about the Confederate flag in South Carolina, the gender integration of the Virginia Military Institute, the display of public art in Richmond, and Trent Lott\'s controversial comments regarding Strom Thurmond\'s 1948 segregationist presidential bid. While such debates may serve as evidence of the South\'s \"battle over the past, \" they can alternatively be seen as harbin-gers of a changing South. These controversies highlight the di-versity of voices in the conver-sation of what it means to be a Southerner. The participants in these conflicts may disagree about what Southern identity should be, but they all agree that such discussions are a cru-cial part of being Southern. Recent debates as to the place of Old South symbols and institutions in the South of the new millennium are evidence of a changing order. But a changing South is no less distinctive. If Southerners can find unity and distinctiveness in their identification, they may even be able to serve as a model for the increasingly divided United States. The very debates portrayed in the mass media as evidence of an \"unfinished Civil War\" can instead be interpreted as proof that the South has progressed and is having a common dialogue as to what its diverse members want it to be. Rebecca Bridges Watts is visiting assistant professor of communication studies at Stetson University. Contemporary Southern Identity: Community Through Controversy Watts, Rebecca B. A study of four public debates about the meaning of being southern

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In Contemporary Southern Identity Rebecca Bridges Watts explores the implications of four public controversies about Southern identity-debates about the Confederate flag in South Carolina, the gender integration of the Virginia Military Institute, the display of public art in Richmond, and Trent Lott\'s controversial comments regarding Strom Thurmond\'s 1948 segregationist presidential bid. While such debates may serve as evidence of the South\'s \"battle over the past,\" they can alternatively be seen as harbin-gers of a changing South. These controversies highlight the di-versity of voices in the conver-sation of what it means to be a Southerner. The participants in these conflicts may disagree about what Southern identity should be, but they all agree that such discussions are a cru-cial part of being Southern. Recent debates as to the place of Old South symbols and institutions in the South of the new millennium are evidence of a changing order. But a changing South is no less distinctive. If Southerners can find unity and distinctiveness in their identification, they may even be able to serve as a model for the increasingly divided United States. The very debates portrayed in the mass media as evidence of an \"unfinished Civil War\" can instead be interpreted as proof that the South has progressed and is having a common dialogue as to what its diverse members want it to be. Rebecca Bridges Watts is visiting assistant professor of communication studies at Stetson University. History History eBook, University Press of Mississippi

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI, 272 Seiten, L=242mm, B=165mm, H=20mm, Gew.=522gr, [GR: 17300 - HC/Medienwissenschaften], [SW: - Sociology], Gebunden, Klappentext: A study of four public debates about the meaning of being southern A study of four public debates about the meaning of being southern

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Contemporary Southern Identity: Community Through Controversy

A study of four public debates about the meaning of being southern

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781934110096
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1934110094
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2007
Publisher: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI
272 Pages
Weight: 0,522 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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1-934110-09-4, 978-1-934110-09-6


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