By Dieter Broers,Ulrich Warnke
By Jay L. Newberry
This ebook analyzes manhattan City’s stop-and-frisk facts either pre- and post-constitutionality ruling, analyzing the life of either profiling and unequal remedy one of the 3 greatest teams pointed out within the database: Blacks, Whites, and Hispanics. the aim for utilizing those time sessions is to figure out which group(s) benefited the such a lot from the ruling. This study is going past ordinary information to spot where that race holds in contributing to the cease disparities. in particular, this examine will provides a spatial point to the numbers via interpreting the determinants of cease place by means of race, employing a imperative part research to a mix of census and stop-and-frisk info to figure out the impact of place on stops via race. the implications current a manner of identifying the plausibility of stops being the manufactured from racial profiling–or only a subject of happenstance.
By José Reis
1. O livro como ensaio institucionalista
2. Os interesses de investigação
3. A perspectiva
4. Instituições, governação e mudança institucional
5. O institucionalismo
6. O debate, hoje
7. Os textos
Governação, Institucionalismo e Estado: Os genes impuros da economia
A Economia Impura: O mundo das instituições e da governação
O Institucionalismo Económico: Crónica sobre os saberes da economia
O Estado e a Economia: Novas e velhas questões
A Economia Constitucional: O Estado e as Instituições na visão de um individualista radical (J. Buchanan)
Evolução e Processo: Europa, Portugal, densidades e relações
Europa e Cidades: Governação e densidades político-institucionais
Estado, Mercado e Comunidade: A economia portuguesa e a governação contemporânea
A Economia Portuguesa: Entre Espanha e as finanças transnacionais
Contextos e Territórios: O processo da vida
Diferenciação e Mudança: Do rural ao território
Os Lugares e os Contextos: pace, espaço e mediações na organização das economias contemporâneas
Uma Epistemologia do Território
By Fiona Jeffries,Wendy Mendez,Nandita Sharma,Sandra Moran,Gustavo Esteva,Marcus Rediker,Silvia Federici,David Harvey,John Holloway,Lydia Cacho
Our 24/7 lives are saturated with round the clock worry. Scare-tactic headlines fill our houses and our public areas. If it’s now not the warfare on terror, it’s the recent battle at the center type. trouble is the hot black, as disaster after casualty after crash form the order of the day. Nothing to Lose yet Our Fear supplies a counter blow to this rampant tradition of worry fuelled via the likes of CNN, Fox and the Daily Mail.
Exploring modern and ancient manifestations of this controlling strength, the conversations during this assortment transcend simply scrutinizing what constitutes rational as opposed to irrational worry, or picking out ways that human fears are manipulated via political gamers. They demonstrate how worry antagonizes and adjustments our subjectivity and, crucially, how the political use of worry has been resisted in numerous instances and locations, through diversified humans around the globe.
By Robert Filmer
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By Ward Blanton,Clayton Crockett,Jeffrey W. Robbins,Noëlle Vahanian,Peter Rollins,Creston Davis,Catherine Keller
The rebellion in those gospels unfolds as a sequence of awesome but worldly practices of significant confirmation. seeing that those exercises don't depend on fantasies of break out, they engender intimate adjustments of the self alongside the very coordinates from which they emerge. Enacting a comparative and contagious postsecular sensibility, those gospels draw at the paintings of Slavoj Žižek, Giorgio Agamben, Catherine Malabou, Francois Laruelle, Peter Sloterdijk, and Gilles Deleuze but rejuvenate scholarship in continental philosophy, serious race conception, the recent materialisms, speculative realism, and non-philosophy. they believe past the sovereign strength of the only to begin an intensive politics after” God.
By Amanda Slevin
Interpreting the Corrib gasoline clash as a microcosm of the Irish state's method of hydrocarbon administration, the publication articulates environmental, healthiness and security issues underpinning neighborhood resistance to the undertaking. It emphasises how the dispute uncovered broader matters, similar to the privatisation of Irish hydrocarbons in trade for one of many lowest charges of presidency absorb the area, and served to problematise how the kingdom services, its shut dating with capital and its deployment of coercive strength to repress dissent.
Analysis of those concerns happens inside an unique account of decision-making and coverage formation round Irish hydrocarbons from 1957 to 2014. The e-book strains the advance of the state's procedure in tandem with occurrences in Irish political economic system and examines the effect of world tendencies on various ways to hydrocarbon administration. A comparative case research of Norway finds ideological, political, social and monetary forces which effect how states deal with their hydrocarbons - elements which the publication makes use of because the foundation for a rigorous critique of the Irish model.
By Nathan Rotenstreich
Originally released in 1991, this booklet specializes in an important challenge within the philosophy of Martin Buber. this is often the subject of immediacy that is offered when it comes to the touch among humans at the one hand, and guy and God at the different. the elemental subject all through is whether or not the I-Thou relation refers to quick touch among people, as Buber observed it, or no matter if that relation is anything tested or aspired to. this is often a tremendous examine which will be consulted in any destiny dialogue of Martin Buber’s suggestion. even as, it increases serious concerns for fresh ecu philosophy. scholars of philosophy, and non secular and social proposal will locate its severe exposition tremendous helpful.
By S. Jungkeit,Graham Ward
By Teresa Gowan
Winner of the 2011 Robert Park Award for the easiest publication in group and concrete Sociology, American Sociological organization, 2011
Co-winner of the 2011 Mary Douglas Prize for most sensible e-book within the Sociology of tradition, American Sociological organization, 2011