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Environmental Configurations

When the River Zayandeh Rud Stopped Crossing Isfahan

Sahar Faeghi and Sophie Roche

: What Does it Mean to Climate Change and Risk Society? ’ Current Sociology 63 , no. 1 : 75 – 88 . 10.1177/0011392114559951 Descola , P. ( 2011 ), Jenseits von Natur und Kultur (2005; repr. Berlin : Suhrkamp ). Faeghi , S. ( 2016

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Between ‘Greatness’ and ‘Ignorance’

The Transition to Nuclear Power in Turkey

Sezin Topçu

ignorance societies, risk societies rather than societies of serene unconcern and reflexive societies rather than societies in which oblivion (regarding disasters) drives action. Notes 1 This level is very high. In most other countries, it is only

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Quantitative research approaches in support of the new EC framework to safeguard the rule of law in EU

Kaloyan Haralampiev and Georgi Dimitrov

diagnosis of at-risk societies in terms of ROL nor has it forwarded an instrument suitable for this purpose. Nonetheless, it has done enough to provide empirical premises on which the relevant analysis can be conducted. In its first anti-corruption report

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Roundtable: The COVID-19 Pandemic in Israel

Joel S. Migdal, Anat Ben-David, Uriel Abulof, Shirley Le Penne, Tomer Persico, Nohad ‘Ali, Tsafi Sebba-Elran, Maya Rosenfeld, Nissim Cohen, Eran Vigoda-Gadot, Shlomo Mizrahi, Meital Pinto, Hagar Salamon, and Diego Rotman

. Israel is portrayed in these narratives as a world risk society ( Beck 1999 ), threatened by ecological and economic changes and by domestic social and psychological conflicts, no less (and possibly more) than national enemies. It is no wonder, then, that