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This ebook is an unique software of rhetoric and moral-emotions conception to the sociology of social activities. It promotes a brand new interdisciplinary imaginative and prescient of what social hobbies are, why they exist, and the way they reach reaching momentum through the years. Deepening the affective size of cultural sociology, this paintings attracts upon the social psychology of human emotion and interpersonal conversation. particularly, the booklet revolves round the subject of anger as a different ethical emotion that may be made to play the most important motivational and generative features in protest. The chapters improve a brand new thought of the emotional strength of protest rhetoric, together with how abolitionist performances of heterodoxic racial and gender prestige imaginaries contributed to the escalation of the ‘sectional clash’ over American slavery.
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The accumulation of status or symbolic capital can be a potent cultural–emotional resource in itself for mobilization, one that is constantly circulated through sociocognitive expectations and communications. Lastly, efforts to recover status theory must navigate between two major mistakes made in past theories of collective behavior: the voluntaristic overemphasis on affective manipulation by charismatic leaders and the deterministic conflation of status with large reified social structures. For this purpose, I shall propose a concept of reception field to refer to the relational, fluid status dynamics between movement leaders and audiences during a contentious performance through which charisma emerges.
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