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The Generative Power of Political Emotions

Mette-Louise Johansen, Therese Sandrup, and Nerina Weiss

is almost solely described as an experience triggered by a critical event, deviant actor, or transgression of values and rights, and subsequently directed toward the transgressor or those held responsible for the transgressor’s punishment ( Goodenough

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Anne Magnussen

countries and the United States in this period, but the possibilities of control and punishment during a dictatorship set the Spanish comics market apart. It is clear from McGlade’s analysis that the big publishing houses practised self-censorship to a

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Constructing the Not-So-New Normal

Ambiguity and Familiarity in Governmental Regulations of Intimacies during the Pandemic

Dmitry Kurnosov and Anna Varfolomeeva

’, Psychology Today 13 , https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/rethinking-mental-health/201302/the-new-normal . McCorkel , J. ( 2003 ), ‘ Embodied Surveillance and the Gendering of Punishment ’, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 32 , no. 1 : 41

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War Veterans and the Construction of Citizenship Categories

Nikkie Wiegink, Ralph Sprenkels, and Birgitte Refslund Sørensen

worthy of punishment or exclusion) ( Malaquias 2007 ; Rueda and Vázquez 2015 ), be pitied and stigmatized as disabled victims ( Gerber 2012 ), or something in between ( Banégas 2012 ; Wiegink 2013 ). Which depictions of war veterans gain more societal

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successful, homosexual, revered, an artist—and yet there he labors under that same pathology: my own suffering will transmogrify me, I can enter the pantheon through my own will and self-punishment. That's what drew me to Mishima. The same kind of pathology

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Peter Levine

prescribe punishment.” But little actual insight comes from likening a moral or social problem to a disease, or vice versa. “Traditional disease metaphors are principally a way of being vehement” ( Sontag 1977: 72, 83 ). Sontag's thesis is simple: “illness

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Can a financial bubble burst if no one hears the pop?

Transparency, debt, and the control of price in the Kathmandu land market

Andrew Haxby

allows banks to “blacklist” evaluators if the bank was unable to collect their outstanding debts after foreclosing on a property. This is serious legal punishment, one that freezes the blacklisted person’s bank accounts and suspends them from doing any

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Julienne Weegels

.1080/10714839.2017.1373965 Crewe , B. 2011 . ‘ Depth, Weight, Tightness: Revisiting the Pains of Imprisonment ’. Punishment & Society 13 ( 5 ): 509 – 529 . doi: 10.1177/1462474511422172 . 10.1177/1462474511422172 Darke , S. and C. Garces . 2017 . ‘ Surviving in

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Patti Tamara Lenard and Laura Madokoro

could seek sanctuary if they had unintentionally killed someone and in order to avoid the punishment of blood revenge. The terms and conditions of entry were clear, as was the purpose, namely to mitigate the more extreme aspects of the criminal justice

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Everyday Suffering and the Abstract Time-Reckoning of Law

Reflections on the Allocation of Responsibility for an Asbestos Disaster in Italy

David Loher

criminal law ( Boggio 2013 ). This is related to the different legal traditions of civil law countries, where the question is less centred on compensation and focuses more on fault and punishment. In the context of such criminal trials, the victims usually