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Male Migrants’ Attitudes to Homosexuality and What Age Has To Do with It

Katarzyna Wojnicka

latter more. Their own negotiations of masculinity are therefore not directly connected to homophobic discourses, which may suggest that the younger generation is more progressive and egalitarian than the older generation, and that age is the main factor

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Wrestling with Tradition

Reconstructing Jewish Community through Negotiating Shared Purpose

Chantal Tetreault

(ibid.; see also Prell 1989 ). Eschewing the local, more established conservative and non-egalitarian synagogue that was founded in 1918, this break-off group of mostly academics created a grassroots, lay-led congregation, emphasizing an egalitarian

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Penny Welch and Susan Wright

decade of the twenty-first century, to seek international partnerships that enable the sharing of Chinese language, culture, science and technology. But in recent years some aspects of enduring and egalitarian international partnerships have been put at

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War Veterans and the Construction of Citizenship Categories

Nikkie Wiegink, Ralph Sprenkels, and Birgitte Refslund Sørensen

less emancipatory and more benefits or prestige-oriented. War veterans do not necessarily aim for or support egalitarian forms of inclusion. Instead, they often implicitly emphasize that society should acknowledge certain hierarchies in citizenship by

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Avi Bareli and Tal Elmaliach

from the former egalitarian ideology and its realization in welfare policy. In 2002, a Knesset inquiry committee found that since the 1980s, disparities in income, consumption, property and capital, wages, access to social services, and education and

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Amir Goldstein

his movement had missed an opportunity of effecting a fundamental change in politics and of drawing up a bipartisan and relatively egalitarian political map. He reckoned that “the Likud died out without a cause” and effectively stated that Gahal

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Vittorio Bufacchi

, with the literature on social justice in the last few decades taking sides along these two opposing camps: on one side, you have the libertarian advocates of mutual advantage, and on the other side you have the egalitarian champions of impartiality

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Anthony Chinaemerem Ajah, S. J. Cooper-Knock, Josette Daemen, Douglas L. Berger, and Hayden Weaver

nonviolence has to be linked to a commitment to radical equality’ and that nonviolence ought to be aggressively pursued (p.62). To set the foundations for the argument that nonviolence is necessary and that it ought to be committed to radical egalitarianism

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Interview with Martin Holbraad on Becoming Editor of Social Analysis

Martin Holbraad

political formations, the role of the state in its historical trajectories, and so on. A lot of the emphasis then, I believe, was on exploring the critical purchase of anthropological research on political as well as socio-cultural questions—egalitarianism

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Cotten Seiler

literary studies, sociology, and the history of technology, these essays illustrate the versatility of the mobility optic as well as its massive potential for the formation of new knowledge and the effecting of egalitarian policy. The scholars here make the