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There's an ever-growing value of occasions in sleek society and in the past latest literature on occasions has been ruled by way of the commercial standpoint. Social and Cultural facets of Events addresses the social and cultural part of occasions and explores the function they've got in fostering switch and group improvement. It examines the transformative functionality of occasions within the context of improvement studies--as phenomena that could advertise and facilitate human improvement, together with social, societal and person switch. This publication offers very important and well timed exploration and encourages the research of extra diversified subject matters inside of occasion administration.

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They need to be aware of the dangers involved in the reduction and reification of populations along old/fixed and perhaps over-nationalized forms of identification, and tune more openly into the resistances that all sorts of individuals/interest groups/peoples will now have towards centrally imposed forms of identity, and which may be ambiguous and difficult to read in their ‘modern’ multidirectional desires. e. are reacting in previously unanticipated nomadological ways (see Deleuze and Guattari, 1987) – and fleeing from the bondage of ultra-fixed relationships of identity towards ‘new’, ‘deterritorialized’ and ‘transcending’ sorts of becoming.

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