Table of contents for Trauma, promise, and the millennium : the evolution of alienation / Lauren Langman & Devorah Kalekin-Fishman.

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Introduction	1
	Lauren Langman and Devorah Kalekin-Fishman
		Part I. Theorizing Promise: Shifting Views of Alienation	31
1 Does Alienation Have a Future? Recapturing the Core of Critical Theory	33
	Harry Dahms
2 New Technologies and Alienation: Some Critical Reflections	71	
	Douglas Kellner
3 Embodiment and Communication: Alienation, Genetics and Computing. What Does It 	103
 Mean to Be Human?	
	Matthew David
		Part II. Trauma: Alienated Politics	133	
4 Authority Fetishism and the Manichaean Vision	135
 	David Norman Smith
5 When Alienation Turns Right: Populist Conspiracism, the Apocalyptic Style, and Neo-	173
 Fascist Movements.	
	Chip Berlet
6 Lonely Privilege in Despair: Aiming for Unfeigned Hope	223
	Rich Gibson
		Part III. Alienation in Identity, Culture, and Religion	269
7 Globalization, Alienation and Identity: A Critical Approach	271
	Lauren Langman 
8 Alienation Incorporated: Selling and Consuming Shock Music	303
	Karen Bettez Halnon
9 The Final Indignity: The Commodification of Alienation	341
	Marvin Prosono
10 Alienation and the Cosmos	365
	Douglas Porpora
		Part IV. Alienation, Gender, and Everyday Life	379
11 Alienated Communities: Between Aloneness and Connectedness	381
 	Roger Salerno
12 Loving Alienation: The Contradictions of Domestic Work	405
	Martha E. Gimenez
13 'Plain Talk' Producing and Reproducing Alienation	425
	Devorah Kalekin-Fishman
Index 		461

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Alienation (Social psychology).