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Issue no. 7

Bellamy, Alex J. et al. (4 nov. 2015)

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Issue no. 3

Allegretti, Giovanni et al. (13 juin 2012)

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The Phonographic Industry and the Recorded Music Market: A Long Misunderstanding*

Abreu, Paula (15 oct. 2012)

Drawing on research into the Portuguese phonographic industry, this article addresses the crisis which the industry is currently facing, with the aim of showing how the history of the phonographic field has, from the outset, been marked by various doubts and uncertainties emerging from disputes over ...

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Hordes of Rapists: The Instrumentalization of Sexual Violence in German Cold War Anti-Communist Discourses*

Garraio, Júlia (27 nov. 2013)

In German Cold War anti-communist discourses, the image of the Red Army as a “horde of rapists” worked as a strategy of exclusion in the construction of a national identity based on “Western values.” This paper analyzes the ideological dimension of the stereotypes of raped women and ...

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Knowledge of Africa, Knowledge by Africans: Two Perspectives on African Studies*

Hountondji, Paulin J. (16 oct. 2012)

How African are the so-called African Studies? The study of Africa, as developed so far by a long intellectual tradition, is part of an overall project of knowledge accumulation initiated and controlled by the West. This article advocates an active, lucid, responsible appropriation by African ...

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The Military and Political Intervention: Ideological Trends and Contemporary Contexts*

Freire, João (15 oct. 2012)

This article analyses the evolving relations between the military and political power in Portugal, from the time of the 19th century liberal monarchy until the end of the 20th century. In particular, it offers an interpretation of the impact of the diffusion of constitutionalist, republican, ...

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Missed Connections: Representations of Gender, (Armed) Violence and Security in Resolution 1325*

Santos, Rita et al. (27 nov. 2013)

This article analyzes the limitations of the United Nations Security Council Resolution on Women, Peace and Security (1325/2000) as a product of the concepts of gender, violence and security underpinning it. Although it represents an important historical advance, recognizing the potential role of ...

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Marginal Gentrification as Emancipatory Practice: An Alternative to the Hegemonic Discourse of the Creative City?*

Mendes, Luís (27 nov. 2013)

The main purpose of this article is to present and discuss marginal gentrification as a potential emancipatory practice. This movement is spearheaded by the less privileged sectors of the new middle classes, individuals who are underemployed or in temporary, precarious employment yet still prefer to ...

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Middle-class Rebellions? Precarious Employment and Social Movements in Portugal and Brazil (2011-2013)*

Estanque, Elísio (4 nov. 2015)

This text centers on the demonstrations and protest movements that have emerged over the past three years, with a particular focus on Portugal and Brazil. The main argument is based on the hypothesis that they involve social dynamics and tensions that reflect a middle class drive in which youth and ...

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Environmental Colonialism, Criminalization and Resistance: Puerto Rican Mobilizations for Environmental Justice in the 21st Century*

Atiles-Osoria, José M. (17 déc. 2014)

Struggles for environmental justice have become a fundamental part of Puerto Rican sociopolitical and anticolonial mobilizations since the mid-twentieth century. In this context, and paying particular attention to the criminalization processes used by the United States in the post 9/11 era, the ...

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