Feeling/Making Democracy: Emotions of Candidates Contesting Dehradun Municipal Elections
Emotions and sentiments are central to explanations of how actual living democracies work, that is, the sustaining and reconfiguring of practices, relations and common-senses that constitute them. Elections are moments of heightened emotions, when democracy breathes life into the streets and pulses through people’s veins. While studies in anthropology and political science have shed light on the ways that voters are recruited by and experience the passionate and sensuous elements of elections,...[Show more]
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|Source:||Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology|
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