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塑造共识:美国立国时期的革命话语与大众传播 历史地理类;专著;思想史;美国政治;美国

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应琛   社会科学文献出版社  2020-06 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-6108-4

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本书是一个关于美国立国时期近代政治观念的传播方式、传播范围及所形成的美国政治观念的特征的研究。研究采用社会的观念史方法,考察了信息流通各环节的历史状况;采用比较研究方法,以英国和法国为参照对比国。研究显示,在18世纪晚期,与英法等国政治观念的革新发生于精英阶层或上流阶层不同,美国近代政治观念的传播及于平民,而观念革新的广泛参与最终形塑了一种跨阶层的、具有强烈实践色彩的主流政治观念。这种政治观念即“美国信念”的雏形。它主导了美国的立国进程,使美国革命显得温和而卓有成效。
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  • 序言
  • 第一章 引言
    1. 一 共识究竟有多重要?
    2. 二 共识塑造的意义
    3. 三 启蒙运动与共识塑造
    4. 四 关于本书的一些说明
    5. 五 视角、进路和结构安排
  • 第二章 1763年的北美十三州
    1. 一 自治传统
    2. 二 智识传统
    3. 三 印刷业的物质准备
    4. 四 言论自由的状况
    5. 五 政治局势
    6. 六 小结
  • 第三章 政治性出版物、演说及其他
    1. 一 出版物
    2. 二 演说
    3. 三 不同观念载体间的交叉引用
    4. 四 比较:英国与法国同期的言论控制与出版
    5. 五 小结
  • 第四章 共识塑造的地域纳入
    1. 一 分散多元的信息中心
    2. 二 知识精英的散居模式
    3. 三 网状传播:信息中心间的联结
    4. 四 边远地区通消息:交通和邮政
    5. 五 比较:英国和法国的情况
    6. 六 小结
  • 第五章 共识塑造的阶层纳入:教育、经济与阅读意愿
    1. 一 教育:公众阅读能力的培养
    2. 二 读书看报的平民:经济收入水平与出版物价格
    3. 三 阅读意愿
    4. 四 小结
  • 第六章 共识塑造的阶层融合:社会结构、公共空间与阶层互动
    1. 一 扁菱形的社会结构、模糊的阶层边界与平民化的公共空间
    2. 二 面向大众的宣传
    3. 三 觉醒与共识
    4. 四 比较:英国和法国的状况
    5. 五 小结
  • 第七章 共识塑造与美国的立国之路
    1. 一 共识塑造的成效
    2. 二 共识的雏形
    3. 三 共识下的美国立国之路
    4. 四 共识基础上的政体设置
    5. 五 小结
  • 第八章 探源:美国共识塑造特质及因由
    1. 一 美国政治思想的认知基础:理性有限,经验为尊
    2. 二 理性有限认知基础上的相关政治观念
    3. 三 美国启蒙政治思想实践特质之由来
    4. 四 美国共识的经济和社会基础
    5. 五 小结
  • 题外话:美国共识的异化及其当代后果
  • 附录A 美国最初十三个殖民地的基本情况
  • 附录B 美国国父简表
  • 附录C 美国1763~1789年的主要报纸
  • 附录D 1764~1776年的分年度小册子数量地理统计
  • 附录E 译名对照表(人名)
  • 附录F 译名对照表(出版物)
  • 附录G 译名对照表(地名)
  • 附录H 本书时段内的一些相关数据
  • 后记
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