By Mark Mattern
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38 39 14. For a discussion of these themes, see Jon Michael Spencer (1991). See also John Leland (1992), who quotes a Billboard article opining that "[t]he chicken-thieving, razor-toting 'coon' of the 1890s is the drug-dealing, Uzi-toting 'nigga' of today. . " 15. This argument parallels the one for anthropology as cultural critique. Some anthropologists view their work as a tool for making critical comparisons among different ways of life. Through the ethnographic practices of description and interpretation, members of different "interpretive communities" (Fish 1980) engage in self-reflection and self-criticism while potentially reconstructing the boundaries of community in order to make them more inclusive, more open to change, more receptive to difference and diversity.
The examples in this book suggest that we must not underestimate the obstacles that limit the bridging role of music, including mundane problems of interpretation as well as stubborn racial, ethnic, class, gender, and political barriers. Political Action The deliberative form of acting in concert proved crucial to understanding the public life of Cajuns and American Indians. This deliberative form begins from a recognition of the political consequences of diversity for life within and between communities.
14. Most of the histories of, and commentaries on, the period have been written with an eye toward class rather than ethnicity or race (or gender), so little evidence regarding indigenous populations can be found in history books. Histories of Chilean nueva canciÃ³n by Carrasco (1982, 1988) and Cifuentes (1989) emphasize its mass following, drawn both from lower and middle classes. 15. Because Allende had fallen short of an absolute electoral majority, the Chilean congress, following constitutional procedure, had to elect the winner from the two leading candidates.
Acting in Concert: Music, Community, and Political Action by Mark Mattern