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Author Go, Julian
Title Political Power and Social Theory
Imprint Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2012
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Descript 1 online resource (349 pages)
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Series Political Power and Social Theory Ser. ; v.23
Political Power and Social Theory Ser
Note FRONT COVER -- POLITICAL POWER AND SOCIAL THEORY -- COPYRIGHT PAGE -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS -- SENIOR EDITORIAL BOARD -- STUDENT EDITORIAL BOARD -- EDITORIAL STATEMENT -- EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION -- PART I: TRANSFORMATIONS AND POLITICS -- FREE RIDING ON REVOLUTION: CONSERVATISM AND SOCIAL CHANGE -- DILEMMAS AND PARADOXES -- THE CONSERVATIVE CRITIQUE -- BRITISH DEMOCRACY AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION -- AUSTRALIAN SELF-GOVERNMENT AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- PARTIES AND THE ARTICULATION OF NEOLIBERALISM: FROM ''THE EMERGENCY'' TO REFORMS IN INDIA, 1975-1991 -- INTRODUCTION -- IMPLEMENTING NEOLIBERALISM: EXISTING APPROACHES -- STATE, CLASS, AND NEOLIBERALISM IN INDIA: EXISTING EXPLANATIONS -- EXPLAINING THE INDIAN CASE -- INDIA, 1975-1977: CRISIS AND ''THE EMERGENCY'' AS SOLUTION -- NEW POLITICAL ARTICULATIONS: CODING THE EROSION OF STATE LEGITIMACY -- CODING DISSENT: JP MOVEMENT AND THE HINDU RIGHT -- CONSOLIDATING NEOLIBERALISM? PARTIES AND MOBILIZATION POST-1991 -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- ''A NEW HEALTH ORDER AS PART OF THE NEW SOCIAL ORDER'': THE STRATEGIC RESPONSE OF THE WHO TO ITS MEMBER STATES -- INTRODUCTION -- INTERNATIONAL BUREAUCRACIES: AUTONOMY, CAPACITY, AND ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES -- THE WHO'S STRATEGIC ADAPTATION TO THE NIEO -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- PART II: POLITICS AND IDENTITIES -- THE RECONFIGURATION OF THE PALESTINIAN NATIONAL QUESTION: THE INDIRECT RULE ROUTE AND THE CIVIL SOCIETY ROUTE -- GROUP FORMATION BEYOND THE SYMBOLIC POWER OF THE STATE -- NATIONAL GROUP FORMATION AMONG PALESTINIANS -- LESSONS FROM GRAMSCI'S THE SOUTHERN QUESTION -- THE WEAKENING OF PALESTINIAN GROUP SOLIDARITY: TWO ROUTES -- THE INDIRECT RULE ROUTE: OLD AND NEW CLEAVAGES -- THE CIVIL SOCIETY ROUTE: CITIZENSHIP, ''LAWYERING,'' AND ASSOCIATIONISM
THE INDIRECT RULE ROUTE AND THE CIVIL SOCIETY ROUTE: PRESENT AND FUTURE -- STRATEGIES OF RULE AND THE UNMAKING OF SOCIAL GROUPS: CONCLUSIVE REMARKS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- TRANSFORMING CITIZENSHIP: THE SUBJECTIVE CONSEQUENCES OF LOCAL POLITICAL MOBILIZATION -- ''DEFENSIVE'' LOCAL IDENTITIES IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT -- THE CASE OF THE CHICAGO LIVING WAGE CAMPAIGN: RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS -- THE SUBJECTIVE CONSEQUENCES OF LOCAL POLITICAL MOBILIZATION -- CITIZENSHIP IDENTITIES IN CONTEXT -- RECONCEPTUALIZING COLLECTIVE ACTION -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- POLITICAL FIELDS AND RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS: THE EXCLUSION OF THE AHMADIYYA COMMUNITY IN PAKISTAN -- POLITICAL FIELDS AND RELIGIOUS SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN PAKISTAN -- THE AHMADIYYA COMMUNITY IN PAKISTAN -- THE POLITICS OF ACCOMMODATION OF AHMADIS -- BETWEEN ACCOMMODATION AND EXCLUSION -- THE POLITICS OF EXCLUSION OF AHMADIS -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- RACIALIZED CLASS FORMATION: BLACKS IN THE PROFESSIONAL MIDDLE CLASS IN THE POST-CIVIL RIGHTS ERA -- INTRODUCTION -- BUILDING ON THE RECENT LITERATURE ON THE BLACK MIDDLE CLASS -- PROBLEM AND METHOD -- THEORIZING RACIALIZED CLASS FORMATION -- HISTORICIZING RACIALIZED CLASS FORMATION: FROM THE PRE-CIVIL RIGHTS ERA TO THE POST-CIVIL RIGHTS ERA -- WHY THE PROFESSIONAL MIDDLE CLASS? -- POSTWAR RACIALIZED CLASS MOBILITY IN OAKLAND -- RACIALIZED RECRUITMENT AND HIRING: CIVIL RIGHTS POLICIES AND THE ''INTEGRATION'' OF THE PRIMARY LABOR MARKET -- RACIALIZED PROMOTION AND THE PARAMETERS OF BLACK PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITY -- PROFESSIONAL WHILE BLACK: CLIENTELE ISSUES -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- PART III: SCHOLARLY CONTROVERSY: VARIETIES OF CAPITALISM -- VARIETIES OF WHAT? SHOULD WE STILL BE USING THE CONCEPT OF CAPITALISM?
''CAPITALISM'' AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES -- BACK TO MARX -- THE WALLERSTEINIAN MOVE -- PROBLEMS WITH THE WALLERSTEIN SOLUTION -- ANALYZING THE LOGIC OF FINANCIALIZATION -- THE POLANYIAN ALTERNATIVE -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- A POLANYIAN ANALYSIS OF CAPITALISM: A COMMENTARY ON FRED BLOCK -- DIVERGENCES AND COMMONALITIES BETWEEN MARX AND POLANYI -- CAPITALISM AS INSTITUTIONAL ORDER BASED ON PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS AND MARKET COMPETITION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- MARX, WEBER, AND THE ''CEASELESS ACCUMULATION OF CAPITAL'' -- REFERENCES -- ON FRED BLOCK, VARIETIES OF WHAT? SHOULD WE STILL BE USING THE CONCEPT OF CAPITALISM? -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- THERE WAS NO BABY IN THIS BATHWATER: A REPLY TO THE CRITICS -- FOCUSING ON THE DIFFERENCES -- REVISITING THE HISTORY -- A SEPARATE POINT: LOCATING FAULT LINES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES
As economic stagnation freezes the globe; capitalism is increasingly questioned; war, revolution and political instability unsettles the Middle East; and President Obama's campaign for the Presidency looms, Volume 23 of Political Power and Social Theory reflects on these and related issues and whether the concept of "capitalism" should be problemat
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