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100 1  Gabay, Clive 
245 10 Civil Society and Global Poverty :|bHegemony, Inclusivity,
       Legitimacy 
250    1st ed 
264  1 London :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    1 online resource (182 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Routledge Studies in Globalisation Ser 
505 0  Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents
       -- List of boxes and tables -- Acknowledgements -- 
       Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction -- Something is happening 
       here … conceptual clarity -- Conceptualising GCAP -- 
       Research design -- Chapter outline - hegemony, inclusion, 
       legitimacy -- Power: an interlude -- 2 Hegemony -- 
       Introduction -- Monitory oppositionality -- Standing up 
       against … who? what? -- Empty signifiers and contested 
       meanings -- The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) -- 
       Conclusion -- 3 Inclusivity -- Introduction -- 
       Constituting the cosmos -- The multiple and contradictory 
       practices of international NGOs in GCAP -- Reworking power
       -- Conclusion -- 4 Legitimacy -- Introduction -- 
       Constructing GCAP at the grassroots -- GCAP acting … -- 
       Conclusion -- 5 Implications and conclusions -- 
       Introduction -- Framing the research -- Implications of 
       the research -- Hegemony, inclusion and legitimacy: the 
       holistic view -- Further avenues of research -- Final 
       comments -- Appendix 1 Interviews -- Appendix 2 Email to 
       research participants requesting participation for 
       interviews -- Appendix 3 Consent form and information 
       sheet shown to research participants at interview -- 
       Appendix 4 Interview themes and questions -- Appendix 5 
       The Millennium Development Goals -- Notes -- Bibliography 
       -- Index 
520    The Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP) is 
       world's largest civil society movement fighting against 
       poverty and inequality, incorporating over 100 affiliated 
       country-level coalitions. It has become a significant 
       global actor and its annual days of mobilisation now 
       attract over 175 million people around the world. This 
       book seeks to explore GCAP's power and its embodiment of 
       emancipatory change. It develops a framework that assesses
       its external power as an actor by exploring how power 
       works in it, and the relationship between the two. Gabay 
       demonstrates that GCAP, and actors like it, may transcend 
       some of the obstructions they face in navigating and 
       proposing alternatives to dominant codes and practices of 
       neo-liberal globalisation. Thematically, the book explores
       GCAP's constitutive powers along three axes: hegemony, 
       inclusion and legitimacy. It draws on a wide range of 
       social and political theory, including Liberalism, 
       Anarchism and postcolonial theory and featuring case 
       studies on Malawi and India. This book will be of interest
       to students and scholars of international relations, 
       international development, global governance, social 
       movements and civil society 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
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