Links & Resources

D. Lisle, “Gazing at Ground Zero:  Tourism, Voyeurism, and Spectacle,” J. for Cultural Research 9 (2004)

L. Jeneson, “Disastrous Rites:Liminality  and Communitas in a Flood Crisis,” Anthropology and Humanism 26 (2001):40-50.

 L. Pershing and M. Yocum, “The Yellow Ribboning of the USA: Contested Meanings in the Construction of a  Political Symbol,”  Western Folklore 55 (1996)

 J. Santino, “Yellow Ribbons and Seasonal Flags:  The Folk  Assemblage of War,” J. of Amer.Folklore 105 (1992)

James R. McLeod, The Sociodrama of Presidential Politics: Rhetoric, Ritual, and Power in the Era of Teledemocracy: American Anthropologist,Volume 101. Issue 2. June 1999 (Pages 359 - 373)

M. Abeles, “Modern Political Ritual:  Ethnography of an                                 Inauguration  and a Pilgrimage by President Mitterand,” Current Anthropology   29:3 (June 1988). Read to page 400.

D. Greenberg, “Torchlight parades for the television age:  the presidential debates as political ritual, Daedalus 138:2 (Spring 2009)

Marc Howard Ross and Richard Joslyn, "Election Night News Coverage as Political Ritual," Polity 21:2 (Winter 1988): 301-319.

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