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Kristine Krause and Katharina Schramm

Mobilities and Subjectivities Mobility has been a longstanding feature of African societies – from early migration movements to vast trading networks, including the trans-Saharan and trans-Atlantic as well as inner-African slave trades. However, we can observe that the movement of people from

Sonia Ryang

Categories and Subjectivities in Identification of North Koreans in Japan SONIA RYANG* ABSTRACT This article is about Korean residents in Japan, who identify themselves as overseas nationals of North Korea. Through ethnographical data I shall demonstrate that beyond a seeming opposition between

Across the Borders of Political Subjectivity

Ghanaian Migrants to Italy as Development Brokers

Selenia Marabello

and development in contemporary Ghana, observing how they have been mirrored, embodied, and enacted by Ghanaian migrants. On the other hand, I will show how a political subjectivity performed in relation to the state, development, and diasporic self-representations allows Ghanaian migrants

Lawrence Lam

Self-Assessment of Health Status of Aged Chinese-Canadians LAWRENCE LAM* ABSTRACT This paper reports on aspects of the subjective evaluation of perceived health status of aged Chinese-Canadians in Toronto. The survey data revealed that an extremely high proportion, 80.4% ofrespondents (N=140

Aharon Bizman, Yehuda Amir and Rachel Ben-Ari

in our study the objective status of the worker as well as the subjective perception of his status, as compared to the status level of the members of the other ethnic group. The second variable investigated in this study relates to the interpersonal treatment received by members of the minority (low

A.C. Paranjpe

differences as Adam notes, and as proponents of the Realistic Group Conflict Theory have been suggesting for decades? In other words, is social conflict always rooted in "objective" factors such as the differential allocation of resources? Can "subjective" factors such as religious myths about the soul

Gene Cooper

are of a similar nature in that they depart from the experiential "world of objectivity" armed with "free will" to search out the problems of "truth". They essentially differ from each other in that Art continues in the realm of infinite subjectivity and morality is eventually manifested in the

Aileen D. Ross

women move "up" to equality, men surely must move "down". Should this also be looked on as "progress", or could both movements be merely seen, objectively, as adjustments to new conditions? In the second place, the excellence of most of the articles is vitiated by the subjectivity of Patai

Jayant Lele

expressed through his own subjectivity, through the objectivity of the material, sensuous world, and through the normativity of his social relations. Together they make up his symbolic-linguistic world of inter-subjectivity (Habermas, 1979). The essen- tially linguistic nature of this triple world also

David W. Plath

subjectivity. To over- state : either a person incorporates the role or he is deviant. "Degrees of free- dom" in playing a role are phrased narrowly. Personal integrity is not at issue: the intellectual challenge is to account for social integration - society as a fabric of roles. The concept of role, then, is