Strangers in Their Own Land

Strangers in Their Own Land

by

Arlie Russell Hochschild

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A subset of the endurance self, Team Loyalists prioritize their political party (or culture, family, religion, etc.) above all else. Janice Areno embodies this type of self-understanding: she supports the Republican Party and the oil industry no matter what harms they cause.

Team Loyalist Quotes in Strangers in Their Own Land

The Strangers in Their Own Land quotes below are all either spoken by Team Loyalist or refer to Team Loyalist. For each quote, you can also see the other terms and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:
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). Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the The New Press edition of Strangers in Their Own Land published in 2016.
Chapter 10 Quotes

Sometimes Team Players had to suck it up and just cope.

Related Characters: Arlie Russell Hochschild (speaker), Janice Areno
Page Number: 163
Explanation and Analysis:
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Team Loyalist Term Timeline in Strangers in Their Own Land

The timeline below shows where the term Team Loyalist appears in Strangers in Their Own Land. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 10 – The Team Player: Loyalty Above All
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...of this endurance self.” She calls these three varieties the Worshipper, the Cowboy, and the Team Loyalist . Each has their own kind of heroism, but they converge in their emphasis on... (full context)
Chapter 11 – The Worshipper: Invisible Renunciation
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...who had “developed a worshipful attitude and a capacity for meaningful renunciation.” Just as “ Team Loyalists like Janice Areno,” Jackie is able to “do without what [she] wanted” by accommodating pollution... (full context)
Chapter 12 – The Cowboy: Stoicism
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...Donny has worked a series of dangerous jobs and “hates environmentalists.” If Janice is a Team Loyalist and Jackie is a Worshipper, Hochschild explains, then Donny is a Cowboy: he “came to... (full context)
Chapter 13 – The Rebel: A Team Loyalist with a New Cause
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...fighter but not a Cowboy, a man of religion but not a Worshipper, and a Team Loyalist but critical, in one big way, of his team.” He sees the need for certain... (full context)