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📒The Politics Of Power ✍ Ira Katznelson
📝The Politics of Power Book Synopsis : A critical, focused, point-of-view approach to American government, highlighting the ongoing tension between capitalism and democracy.
📒The Politics Of Power ✍ Denise Leith
📝The Politics of Power Book Synopsis : This is an analysis of the mining company Freeport's presence in Indonesia. It looks closely at the changing nature of power relations between Freeport and Major General Suharto, the Indonesian military, the traditional landowners (the Amungme and Kamoro) and environmental and human rights groups.
📒The Politics Of Power ✍ Joe Haines
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📒Parnell ✍ Donal McCartney
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📒Pinochet ✍ Genaro Arriagada Herrera
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📒Questions Of Power ✍ Susan J. Hubert
📝Questions of Power Book Synopsis : "Questions of Power: The Politics of Women's Madness Narratives explores the ways in which women have used autobiographical writing in response to psychiatric symptoms and treatment. By addressing health and healing from the patient's perspective, the study raises questions about psychiatric practice and mental health policy. The ultimate thesis is that autobiographies by women psychiatric patients can expose many of the problems in psychiatric treatment and indicate directions for change."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
📝Central Greece and the Politics of Power in the Fourth Century BC Book Synopsis : Approaches fourth-century Greek history from the perspective of Thebes and neighbouring Phocis.
📒Theodore Roosevelt And The Politics Of Power ✍ G. Wallace Chessman
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📒The Politics Of Power ✍ CTI Reviews
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📒The Politics Of Difference ✍ Edwin N. Wilmsen
📝The Politics of Difference Book Synopsis : According to most social scientists, the advent of a global media village and the rise of liberal democratic government would diminish ethnic and national identity as a source of political action. Yet the contemporary world is in the midst of an explosion of identity politics and often violent ethnonationalism. This volume examines cases ranging from the well-publicized ethnonationalism of Bosnia and post-Apartheid South Africa to ethnic conflicts in Belgium and Sri Lanka. Distinguished international scholars including John Comaroff, Stanley J. Tambiah, and Ernesto Laclau argue that continued acceptance of imposed ethnic terms as the most appropriate vehicle for collective self-identification and social action legitimizes the conditions of inequality that give rise to them in the first place. This ambitious attempt to explain the inadequacies of current approaches to power and ethnicity forges more realistic alternatives to the volatile realities of social difference.
📒Theories Of Power And Domination ✍ Angus Stewart
📝Theories of Power and Domination Book Synopsis : Power and domination are central concepts in social science yet, up to now, they have been undertheorized. This wide-ranging book guides students through the complexities and implications of both concepts. It provides systematic accounts of current debates about the dynamics and rationale of state power in an era of globalization, social citizenship and the significance of social movements. The contributions of Parsons, Giddens, Foucault, Mann, Arendt, Habermas and Castells are clearly set out and critically assessed.
📒The Politics Of Elite Culture ✍ Abner Cohen
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📒Fascism And The Politics Of Power ✍ Sadhan Mukherjee
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📒Spoils Of Power ✍ Jeffrey Simpson
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📒The Politics Of Power ✍ Lars-Christian U. Talseth
📝The Politics of Power Book Synopsis : This book sheds new light on the complex EU-Russia relationship, by providing the first comprehensive account of the EU-Russia Energy Dialogue. The author examines why Moscow and Brussels have failed to cooperate in this crucial area of interdependence. By invoking constructivism and Mikhail Bakhtin’s concept of dialogue, and drawing on dozens of interviews with Russian and European officials, Talseth argues that the Energy Dialogue was unsuccessful because its interlocutors failed to come up with a common narrative for cooperation. Evidence suggests that the collapse of the Energy Dialogue was not pre-determined and initially there was a great deal of optimism and goodwill. Ultimately, the outcome of the Energy Dialogue was shaped by the unfolding time-space of Russo-European relations.
📒Representations Of Power ✍ Michele Marra
📝Representations of Power Book Synopsis : "Filled with insights, original conclusions, and alternate readings of historical evidence.... What Michele Marra has done is to illuminate the political intent in artistic creation and thus add new depth to our historical understanding." --Japan Times
📒A Taste Of Power ✍ Maureen Mackintosh
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📒The Non Ordination Of Women And The Politics Of Power ✍ Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza
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📒The Politics Of Deviance ✍ Edwin M. Schur
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📒The Politics Of Curricular Change ✍ M. Christopher Brown
📝The Politics of Curricular Change Book Synopsis : The Politics of Curricular Change fills an important void in the literature regarding the relationship of multicultural curricular change to race, hegemony, and power as independent constructs. Given the scant corpus of research on how these constructs s
📒The Politics Of Economic Liberalization In Indonesia ✍ Andrew Rosser
📝The Politics of Economic Liberalization in Indonesia Book Synopsis : This book examines the dynamics shaping the economic process of economic liberalisation in Indonesia since the mid-1980's. Much writing on the process of economic liberalisation in developing countries views economic liberalisation as the victory of economic rationality over political and social interests. In contrast, this book argues that economic liberalisation should not be understood in these terms, but rather in the way that political social interests shape processes of economic reform in both a positive and negative sense. Specifically, Rosser argues that economic liberalisation needs to be understood in terms of the extent to which economic crises shift the balance of power and influence within society away from coalitions opposed to reform and towards those in favour of reform. In the Indonesian context, the main coalitions that need to be examined in this respect are the politico-bureaucrats and the conglomerates who have generally opposed reform and mobile capitalists who have generally supported reform. Based on extensive original research, and providing much new material, the book considers the politics of economic policy-making in Indonesia in a range of sectors including the capital market, intellectual property law, the banking industry, and the trade and investment sectors. Analysing why the nature of economic policy in Indonesia has varied over time, this study argues that there is nothing inevitable about a transition to a fully-fledged liberal market order in Indonesia, and outlines possible future scenarios for the country's political economy.