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This original analysis of modern Greece's political culture attempts to present a "total social fact"-a coherent and complex representation of Greek socio-political culture-to identify the cultural causes of Greece's recent disastrous economic crisis. Using a culturalist frame inspired by the Yale Strong Program, Marangudakis argues that the core cultural orientations of Greece have determined its politics-Greek secular culture flows out of the religion of Eastern Orthodoxy with its mysticism, icons, and general "ortherworldly-nesses." This theoretical discussion, bringing together Eisenstadt,…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This original analysis of modern Greece's political culture attempts to present a "total social fact"-a coherent and complex representation of Greek socio-political culture-to identify the cultural causes of Greece's recent disastrous economic crisis. Using a culturalist frame inspired by the Yale Strong Program, Marangudakis argues that the core cultural orientations of Greece have determined its politics-Greek secular culture flows out of the religion of Eastern Orthodoxy with its mysticism, icons, and general "ortherworldly-nesses." This theoretical discussion, bringing together Eisenstadt, Michael Mann, Banfield, and Taylor, is complemented by an innovative use of survey data, processed by political scientist and statistician Theodore Chadjipadelis. The carefully deployed quantitative data demonstrate that the culture previously described is actually shared by people living in Greece today. In his sweeping conclusion to this thorough cultural analysis, Marangudakis reflects on the prospects of Greek cultural recovery through the construction of a non-populist civil religion.


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 460
  • Erscheinungstermin: 16.05.2019
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783030135898
  • Artikelnr.: 56898260
Autorenporträt
Manussos Marangudakis is Professor of Comparative Cultural Sociology at the University of the Aegean, Greece.

Theodore Chadjipadelis is Professor of Applied Statistics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

Inhaltsangabe
Part 1. An Historical Analysis of the Greek Political Culture

Chapter 1. An Analytic Model of Culture and Power

Chapter 2. The Greek Self in Social Analysis

Chapter 3. Clientelistic Social Structures and Cultural Orientations

Chapter 4. Religion and Collective Representations of Communitas

Chapter 5. Civil Religions of a Secular Communitas

Chapter 6. The Metapolitefsis Civil Religion (1974-1989)

Chapter 7. The Discourses of the Second Metapolitefsis and of the Deep Crisis (1989-2015)

Part 2. The Symbolic Structure of the Greek Public Sphere

Chapter 8. Data and Methods

Chapter 9. Constitutive Goods

Chapter 10. Internalized Code Orientations

Chapter 11. The Patterned Orders of Ethics

Chapter 12. The Ethics of the Collectivist Self and Conclusions of Part II

Part 3. The Formation of the Greek Political Self

Chapter 13.Analysis of the 'Democratic Self'

Chapter 14. Analysis of the 'Democratic Relations'

Chapter 15. Civil-liberal and Populist Collectivist Democratic Institutions

Chapter 16. The Semantic Map of the Greek Political Culture and Conclusions of Part III

Chapter 18. Conclusions: Greek Political Culture and the Theory of Multiple Modernities