2 edition of Ungovernability found in the catalog.
by University of Strathclyde. Centre for the Study of Public Policy in Glasgow
Written in English
|Series||Studies in public policy -- no.16|
|Contributions||University of Strathclyde. Centre for the study of Public Policy.|
The emphasis on the significance of social mobilization and the effects of expanded political participation lend an important and timely perspective to current debates on India's "crisis of governability" (see Atul Kobli, ed., Democracy and Discontent: India's Growing Crisis of Governability, ). To some extent, this book also touches on the debate on government overload and "ungovernability" that was prominent in the s (Crozier, Huntington, & Watanuki, ;King, ; Rose,
Social media and the Internet play an important role in the proliferation of hateful and extreme speech. Looking to contemporary networks of digitally mediated extreme right-wing communication, this essay explores the form, dynamics, and potential governance of digital hate culture. It focuses on the cultural practices and imagination present in the networks of digital hate culture to. In Esther Freud's new novel we are on familiar if highly unpleasant terrain, the "wild" of the title being both a place and a reference to the savage ungovernability of a divided family.
On the panel for the launch of Ghassan Hage’s new book, Is racism an environmental threat? (Polity, ) the author and academic Tony Birch observed that ‘the thing about Ghassan is that he always turns up at the right time’. The more an object’s ungovernability endures, the more it haunts and threatens us. (81) More by Lucy. (shelved 1 time as government-cover-ups) avg rating — 6, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
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This book is a thorough and engaging look at the issues facing New York City in the s and s, and the chain of events that led to the city's downward spiral in the s.
Cannato's research and writing brings the events and controversies during the Lindsey administration to life, giving the reader a sense of how things looked at street /5(18). Runaway and ungovernability cases (the latter may also be called “incorrigibility” or “beyond the lawful control of one’s parent”), can be particularly difficult for professionals to meaningfully help families and young people resolve.
They are often rooted in family conflict and the parent’s expressed interests may be at odds with. Ungovernable Life: Mandatory Medicine and Statecraft in Iraq - Kindle edition by Dewachi, Omar. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting Ungovernability book reading Ungovernable Life: Mandatory Medicine and Statecraft in Iraq.5/5(2). "Ungovernable Life is essential reading. An engaging and sophisticated account of the trajectory of Iraqi medicine, it tells the story of governance done and undone.
Entangled in colonial, postcolonial, and imperial histories, the effects of the production of ungovernability in Iraq continue to resonate widely.".
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Pp: 67– Google Scholar. Chapter 2, "Ungovernability and Worth," explores how the juvenile justice system, in concert with a wider matrix of institutions Ungovernability book young people--schools, child welfare, and police--aims to manage and govern young people and, in doing so, attempts to define their value and worth: either salvageable and capable or bad kids.
Ungovernability: The Unjustifiable Jurisdiction Juvenile and family courts in most states1 have jurisdiction over youths who have committed offenses (staying out late, disobeying parents, running away, truancy) illegal only for persons under a specified age, usually.
By Nikita Shepard. Introduction: Rethinking Ungovernability. At the Praxis 13/13 Seminar event on October 3 discussing the Invisible Committee’s Now, discussion among panel participants seemed to run aground on the term ungovernable, which marked for some panelists a space beyond coherent despite the frustration of academic critics, the insistence upon becoming.
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Abstract Ungovernability is a catchword of the moment, but analytically the term is a nonsense. This is an important book from a leading thinker and researcher in comparative political economy. acting out (also known as ungovernability, incorrigibility or being beyond the control of one’s parents).
Most youths who engage in status and other minor offenses never progress to more serious behavior, according to a literature review by the federal Office of.
Ileana Rodríguez is Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Ohio State University. She is the author of Women, Guerrillas, and Love: Understanding War in Central America and House/Garden/Nation: Space, Gender, and Ethnicity in Postcolonial Latin American Literatures by Women, also published by Duke University Press.
The new walls—dividing Texas from Mexico, Israel from Palestine, South Africa from Zimbabwe—consecrate the broken boundaries they would seem to contest and signify the ungovernability of a range of forces unleashed by globalization. A number of structural similarities exist between neo-conservative theories of the 'ungovernability' of the state and society and the socialist critique of late-capitalist social formations.
Scientific rationality and the welfare state are seen to destroy the agencies of social control and the bearers of traditional values. A good Twine story like Howling Dogs can’t be translated properly into print.
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Ungovernability is a feature not of situations and events in which it just becomes manifest itself. Rather, it is a feature of institutional arrangements that are inhe-rently and demonstrably incapable of coping with events and situations which they cannot prevent from actually happening.
Ungovernability, more precisely, is a condition that obtainsFile Size: 41KB. Drawing on historical and ethnographic research from my forthcoming book, Ungovernable Life: War and Mandatory Medicine in Iraq, I focus on how such politics of ungovernability, which are both produced and disavowed by the state, become entangled in the everyday biomedical management of afflicted bodies in Iraq during more than two decades of.
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With peerless authority, Cannato explores how Lindsay Liberalism failed to save New York, and, in the opinion of many, left it worse off than it was in the mid's.
The book demonstrates specifically how biopolitics works—in discourses, expertise, and policies—and therefore it provides rich examples for use in graduate-level medical anthropology and global health classes (and it would be a welcome addition since, in my experience, such classes rarely include examples from the Middle East)."Author: Omar Dewachi.Amazon's product description fails to forewarn about the marxist content in this book.
The first five essays are awful marxist gibberish of s vintage. Contradictions of the Welfare State specific sphere strategies struggle subsystems sumer surplus value theoretical thesis tion trade unions tradition transformation ungovernability.Ungovernable Life book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Iraq's healthcare has been on the edge of collapse since the s. Once /5(11).