[CA] Articles of interest on Democracy, Voting, and Elections
A free, virtual issue of Cultural Anthropology focused on Democracy, Voting, and Elections is now available. The issue includes 5 essays published over the last few years.
Cultural Anthropology is the journal of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, a section of the American Anthropological Association.
Access essays in the virtual issue here:
Watching U.S. Television From the Palestinian Streets: The Media, the State, and Representational Interventions
Rose-Colored Glasses? Color Revolutions and Cartoon Chaos in Postsocialist Georgia
Election Day: the Construction of Democracy through Technique
Kimberley A. Coles
Making Democracy Count: Opinion Polls and Market Surveys in the Chilean Political Transition
Multipartyism and Nostalgia for the Unified Past: Discourses of Democracy in a Dance Association in Cameroon
Clare A. Ignatowski
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For each of these essays, the Cultural Anthropology website features a page of "Supplemental Material" with links, videos, and other tools especially useful for teaching. Click on the authors' names below to access the supplements for their respective articles.
Supplemental material for each essay is available on the journal website:
Virtual Issue: Democracy, Voting, and Elections
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Theme: Democracy, Voting, and Elections
Cultural Anthropology publishes ethnographic writing informed by a wide array of theoretical perspectives, innovative in form and content, and focused on both traditional and emerging topics. The journal is one of more than 20 publications featured in AnthroSource, the American Anthropological Association's online portal.
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