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Change and continuity : Canadian political economy in the new millennium

Author: Mark P Thomas; Leah F Vosko; Carlo Fanelli; Olena Lyubchenko
Publisher: Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2019.
Series: Carleton library series, 248.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In a period characterized by growing social inequality, precarious work, the legacies of settler colonialism, and the emergence of new social movements, Change and Continuity presents innovative interdisciplinary research as a guide to understanding Canada's political economy and a contribution to progressive social change. Assessing the legacy of the Canadian political economy tradition--a broad body of social  Read more...
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Change and continuity.
Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2019
(OCoLC)1065944040
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark P Thomas; Leah F Vosko; Carlo Fanelli; Olena Lyubchenko
ISBN: 9780773558441 0773558446 0773558454 9780773558458 9781553394594 1553394593
OCLC Number: 1097553661
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Copyright; Contents; Tables and Figures; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Canadian Political Economy in the New Millennium; Part One --
The New Canadian Political Economy: Trajectories of Feminism, Anti-racism, Citizenship, and Belonging; 1 Locating the New Canadian Political Economy; 2 Feminist Political Economy and Everyday Research on Work and Employment: The Case of the Employment Standards Enforcement Gap; 3 The Political Economy of Belonging: The Differences that Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Policies Make; Part Two --
Regions and Resources 4 Staples Dependence Renewed and Betrayed: Canada's Twenty-First Century Boom and Bust5 Innis's Ghost: Canada's Changing Resource Economy; 6 Political Economy and Quebec Capitalism; Part Three --
State, Capital, and Institutions; 7 From Keynesianism to Neoliberalism: The State in a Global Context; 8 Toward a Critique of Political Economy of "Sociolegality" in Settler Capitalist Canada; 9 A Feminist Political Economy of Indigenous-State Relations in Northern Canada; 10 A Political Economy of the Cultural Industries in Canada; Part Four --
Social Services Restructuring 11 Caring for Seniors the Neoliberal Way12 Mad (Re) Production: Defining "Mental Illness" in the Neoliberal Age in Ontario; 13 Fiscal Distress and the Local State: Neoliberal Urbanism in Canada; Part Five --
Contestation; 14 Protest Patterns: cpe as an Analytical Approach; 15 Playing Left Wing: Renewing a Political Economy of Sport; 16 Organizing in Precarious Times: The Political Economy of Work and Workers' Movements after the Great Recession; 17 The Maternity Capital Benefit in Russia: Analyzing Neoliberal Transitions in Post-Socialist States through a Feminist Political Economy Lens
Series Title: Carleton library series, 248.
Other Titles: Change and continuity (Montréal, Québec)
Responsibility: edited by Mark P. Thomas, Leah F. Vosko, Carlo Fanelli, and Olena Lyubchenko.
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"In a period characterized by growing social inequality, precarious work, the legacies of settler colonialism, and the emergence of new social movements, Change and Continuity presents innovative interdisciplinary research as a guide to understanding Canada's political economy and a contribution to progressive social change. Assessing the legacy of the Canadian political economy tradition--a broad body of social science research on power, inequality, and change in society--the essays in this volume offer insight into contemporary issues and chart new directions for future study. Chapters from both emerging and established scholars expand the boundaries of Canadian political economy research, seeking new understandings of the forces that shape society, the ensuing conflicts and contradictions, and the potential for social justice. Engaging with interconnected topics that include shifts in immigration policy, labour market restructuring, settler colonialism, the experiences of people with disabilities, and the revitalization of workers' movements, this collection builds upon and deepens critical analysis of Canadian society and considers its application to contexts beyond Canada."--

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