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Political power and social theory. Vol. 21

Author: Julian Go
Publisher: Bingley : Emerald, ©2010.
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Helps in advancing our interdisciplinary, critical understanding of the linkages between social relations, political power, and historical development. This title contains a section on the politics  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Political power and social theory. Vol. 21.
Bingley : Emerald, ©2010
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Julian Go
ISBN: 0857243268 9780857243263
OCLC Number: 701364199
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 33 pages)
Contents: List of Contributors.Senior Editorial Board. Editorial Statement. Editor's introduction. "Autonomy from what?" Populism, universities, and the U.S. poetry field, 1910-1975. Monetary orders, financial dependence, and idea selection: the international constraints on American Monetary Policy, 1961-1963. Guest Editor Introduction. The end of communism in Central and Eastern Europe: The last middle-class revolution?. The dog that didn't bark: The political complacence of the emerging middle class (with Illustrations from the Middle East). The middle class in India: a social formation or political actor?. The spatial dynamics of middle-class formation in postapartheid South Africa: enclavization and fragmentation in Johannesburg. The contested spaces of Chile's middle classes. The sociospatial reconfiguration of middle classes and their impact on politics and development in the global south: preliminary ideas for future research. Middle class or propertied class? Class politics and urban redevelopment in contemporary Asia. Spatializing distinction in cities of the global south: Volatile terrains of morality and citizenship. Revolution "from the middle": historical events, narrative, and the making of the middle class in the contemporary developing world. "The middle class": Sociological category or proper noun?. Rejoinder: subject or subjects?. Political power and social theory. Political power and social theory. Copyright page.
Responsibility: edited by Julian Go.


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