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Webpages "Understanding Katrina" and "The Privatization of Risk"

Mendes, José Manuel (17 oct. 2012)

These two webpages, hosted by the Social Science Research Council, are platforms for sharing information and debating ideas on issues of risk, as well as on the causes, impact and aftermath of hurricane Katrina in the US. The Social Science Research Council is a New York based nonprofit organisation ...

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The Solidarity Economy: An International Movement*

Laville, Jean-Louis (15 oct. 2012)

This article describes the appearance of a solidarity economy movement in different national and continental contexts, stressing the diversity of practices within civil society at local and international level. Emerging in the last decades, these initiatives, which are both political and economic in ...

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Issue no. 7

Bellamy, Alex J. et al. (4 nov. 2015)

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The Precariat and Class Struggle *

Standing, Guy (4 nov. 2015)

The world economy is in the midst of a Global Transformation that is producing a new global class structure. A new class is emerging – the precariat – characterised by chronic uncertainty and insecurity. Although the precariat is still a class­in-the-making, divided within itself, its elements ...

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Changing Self-Medication Practices, Lay Knowledge and Rationales*

Lopes, Noémia Mendes (15 oct. 2012)

This text analyses lay knowledge and rationales in which self-medication practices are involved. After a brief critical review of the main theoretical landmarks in the analysis of lay knowledge compared with expert knowledge, the objective is to demonstrate the current forms of lay appropriation and ...

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Governance: Between Myth and Reality*

Santos, Boaventura de Sousa (16 oct. 2012)

Governance is today presented as a new paradigm of social regulation that has come to supplant the previously established paradigm based on social conflict and on the privileged role of the sovereign state to regulate this conflict through the power of control and coercion at its disposal. In this ...

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From Identitary Construction to a Web of Differences: A Glance at Portuguese-language Literatures*

Padilha, Laura Cavalcante (16 oct. 2012)

Based on an overview of Afro-Luso-Brazilian literary productions, this article discusses the issue of the Portuguese language, its expansion and the web of differences it harbours. To achieve this wider goal, the article addresses two symbolic constructs which ultimately supplement each other when ...

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European Consortium for Political Research

Francisco, Daniel et al. (17 oct. 2012)

With entries on the ECPR, its publications and activities, this site is an important source of information for political scientists. It disseminates academic research through journals such as European Political Science, and provides information on conferences, summer courses and workshops, as well ...

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Participatory Budgeting and the Use of Information and Communication Technologies: A Virtuous Cycle?1

Cunha, Eleonora S. M. et al. (28 nov. 2013)

This text discusses whether the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Participatory Budgeting processes can promote more engaged forms of citizenship and democracy. The discussion is based on the analysis of a few examples from different countries, which show how the use of ICTs ...

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The Content of the Form and other Textual Politics. Configurations of Nationhood and Citizenship in Disgrace and Agaat*

Buikema, Rosemarie (28 nov. 2013)

This text seeks to rethink the relationship between literature and citizenship or, more generally, identity. It does so by analysing two recent South-African novels i.e. J.M Coetzee’s Disgrace (1999) and Marlene van Niekerk’s Agaat (2006). Both Disgrace and Agaat are examples of how the ...

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