Angry Abolitionists and the Rhetoric of Slavery: Moral by Benjamin Lamb-Books PDF
By Benjamin Lamb-Books
This e-book is an unique program of rhetoric and moral-emotions thought to the sociology of social events. It promotes a brand new interdisciplinary imaginative and prescient of what social activities are, why they exist, and the way they reach achieving momentum through the years. Deepening the affective measurement of cultural sociology, this paintings attracts upon the social psychology of human emotion and interpersonal communique. in particular, the booklet revolves round the subject of anger as a distinct ethical emotion that may be made to play an important motivational and generative capabilities in protest. The chapters boost a brand new conception of the emotional energy 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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In Kenneth Burke’s classic formulation, all symbolic language is action (Burke 1966). Or as several rhetorical theorists have put it more recently, there is no ‘zero-degree rhetoric’ in culture (Strecker and Tyler 2009; cf. Simonson 2014). Which is to say, cultural action is always doing something to someone for some purpose. Traditionally, rhetoric has been introduced as the arts of persuasion, but there is also an alternative lineage of rhetoricians who prefer a more inclusive definition of rhetoric as any communicative action that moves, incites, or produces social effects of any sort (Carrithers 2009:6; Gross and Kemmann 2005).
10 Recent status theorists though envision it more as an iterative and interactional, less voluntary process (Ridgeway 2011; Sauder 2005; Scheff 1997). Status is both a producer and product of interactional processes insofar as they are influenced by cultural stereotypes. 11 Thus we could view status as a kind of belief-dependent emotional resource for interactions, including public speech and protest. Status hierarchies are structures, much in the sense intended by William H. , ‘structures’ being constituted through a reciprocal interplay of virtual cognitive schemas and material resources (see Ridgeway 2011).
Psychological constructivism as I INTRODUCTION: MAKING IT STICK 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 17 understand it claims (1) that affect is not different in nature from cognition, (2) that emotions are not ‘discrete’ in basic types, and (3) that the three main components of an emotion (physiological, subjective, and behavioral) do not always adhere together. I am more sympathetic to the first two claims, but regarding the third, I have difficulty thinking through the nature of feeling-states apart from some physiological basis even if it is less observable in conventional signs of arousal.
Angry Abolitionists and the Rhetoric of Slavery: Moral Emotions in Social Movements by Benjamin Lamb-Books