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Critique and resistance in a neoliberal age : towards a narrative of emancipation, Charles Masquelier

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Critique and resistance in a neoliberal age : towards a narrative of emancipation
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Critique and resistance in a neoliberal age
Title remainder
towards a narrative of emancipation
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Charles Masquelier
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eng
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Masquelier, Charles
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Neoliberalism
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Critique and resistance in a neoliberal age : towards a narrative of emancipation, Charles Masquelier
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Acknowledgements; Contents; 1: Introduction; Defining Neoliberalism; The Core Functions of Emancipatory Critique; Defetishizing Social Reality; Exploring the Mechanisms of Domination; Diagnosing the Nature of, and Prospects for, Resistance; Structure of the Book; Part I: Neoliberal Processes; 2: Introduction of Part I; 3: Financialization; The Core Features of Financialization; Financialization and the Socio-Economic Structure; On the Financialization of Culture; Financialization and the "Inflation of Culture"; 4: Flexibilization; Flexibilization as Economic Process. From Flexibilization to Precarization On the Cultural Dimension of Flexibilization; Defetishizing Flexibility; 5: Personal Responsibilization; Personal Responsibilization and the Neoliberal State; Explaining the Rise of the "Entrepreneurial Self"; Bringing Neoliberalism Back in the Analysis; Ideology and Personal Responsibilization; 6: Privatization; From Economic Process to Cultural Force; Privatization and the New Cultural "Condition"; Privatization and Ideology; 7: The Neoliberalization of Nature; Social Theory and Nature: Some Preliminary Considerations. Neoliberal Processes and Nature More Than a Mere Reorganization of Nature; 8: Conclusion of Part I; Part II: Domination; 9: Introduction of Part II; 10: Probing Neoliberal Domination; Class Domination; Race, Gender and Domination; Exploring the Links Between Economic and Cultural Domination; Environmental Domination and the Four Neoliberal Processes; Linking Social and Environmental Domination: Conceptual Premises; 11: Conceptualizing Neoliberal Domination; Economic Facts, Economic Power and Political Power; The Moral Authority of Neoliberal Economic Facts. Ideology and Economic Facts: Some Preliminary Considerations Economic Facts and Symbolic Domination; Social, Environmental and Symbolic Domination; 12: Modernization and the Neoliberal Condition; The Problem with Self-Adjustment; The Transmutation of Values and De-modernization; The Transmutation of Values Illustrated; 13: Conclusion of Part II; Part III: Resistance; 14: Introduction of Part III; 15: Making Sense of Contemporary Social Movements; The Movements in Context; The Movements and the Neoliberal Regime of Symbolic Domination; Imagining a World Beyond Economic Rationality. 16: Conceptualizing Resistance The "Double Movement" Thesis and Symbolic Domination; On the Interplay of the Economy and Culture in Resistance; Nature and the Conceptualization of Resistance; 17: On the Agent of Resistance; An Agent in Conceptual Evolution; The Subject as "Collective Will"; Leaving Anthropocentrism Behind, but Not Emancipation; 18: Conclusion of Part III; Part IV: Emancipation; 19: Introduction of Part IV; 20: Emancipatory Political Action Reimagined; Defining Emancipation; The Rise of Individualization and Apparent Demise of Emancipatory Action
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ocn959953225
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22 cm
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xiii, 272 pages
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9781137401939
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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  • n
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(OCoLC)959953225
Label
Critique and resistance in a neoliberal age : towards a narrative of emancipation, Charles Masquelier
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Acknowledgements; Contents; 1: Introduction; Defining Neoliberalism; The Core Functions of Emancipatory Critique; Defetishizing Social Reality; Exploring the Mechanisms of Domination; Diagnosing the Nature of, and Prospects for, Resistance; Structure of the Book; Part I: Neoliberal Processes; 2: Introduction of Part I; 3: Financialization; The Core Features of Financialization; Financialization and the Socio-Economic Structure; On the Financialization of Culture; Financialization and the "Inflation of Culture"; 4: Flexibilization; Flexibilization as Economic Process. From Flexibilization to Precarization On the Cultural Dimension of Flexibilization; Defetishizing Flexibility; 5: Personal Responsibilization; Personal Responsibilization and the Neoliberal State; Explaining the Rise of the "Entrepreneurial Self"; Bringing Neoliberalism Back in the Analysis; Ideology and Personal Responsibilization; 6: Privatization; From Economic Process to Cultural Force; Privatization and the New Cultural "Condition"; Privatization and Ideology; 7: The Neoliberalization of Nature; Social Theory and Nature: Some Preliminary Considerations. Neoliberal Processes and Nature More Than a Mere Reorganization of Nature; 8: Conclusion of Part I; Part II: Domination; 9: Introduction of Part II; 10: Probing Neoliberal Domination; Class Domination; Race, Gender and Domination; Exploring the Links Between Economic and Cultural Domination; Environmental Domination and the Four Neoliberal Processes; Linking Social and Environmental Domination: Conceptual Premises; 11: Conceptualizing Neoliberal Domination; Economic Facts, Economic Power and Political Power; The Moral Authority of Neoliberal Economic Facts. Ideology and Economic Facts: Some Preliminary Considerations Economic Facts and Symbolic Domination; Social, Environmental and Symbolic Domination; 12: Modernization and the Neoliberal Condition; The Problem with Self-Adjustment; The Transmutation of Values and De-modernization; The Transmutation of Values Illustrated; 13: Conclusion of Part II; Part III: Resistance; 14: Introduction of Part III; 15: Making Sense of Contemporary Social Movements; The Movements in Context; The Movements and the Neoliberal Regime of Symbolic Domination; Imagining a World Beyond Economic Rationality. 16: Conceptualizing Resistance The "Double Movement" Thesis and Symbolic Domination; On the Interplay of the Economy and Culture in Resistance; Nature and the Conceptualization of Resistance; 17: On the Agent of Resistance; An Agent in Conceptual Evolution; The Subject as "Collective Will"; Leaving Anthropocentrism Behind, but Not Emancipation; 18: Conclusion of Part III; Part IV: Emancipation; 19: Introduction of Part IV; 20: Emancipatory Political Action Reimagined; Defining Emancipation; The Rise of Individualization and Apparent Demise of Emancipatory Action
Control code
ocn959953225
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xiii, 272 pages
Isbn
9781137401939
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)959953225

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