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From Yehuda Etzion to Yehuda Glick

From Redemptive Revolution to Human Rights on the Temple Mount

Shlomo Fischer

second book was published posthumously ( Ben-Dov 1979 ). In both, he elaborated a revolutionary-redemptive ideology of Zionism that drew on such European thinkers as Max Weber and perhaps Nietzsche ( Inbari 2009 ; Fischer 2007 2009a ). 2 Yehuda Etzion

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Sociology in the Garden

Beyond the Liberal Grammar of Contemporary Sociology

Nissim Mizrachi

analysis does not comply with the description of a just sociology that struggles against a dangerous world. Rather, the article points to a dangerous sociology that is moving away from the world it studies. As Max Weber ([1919] 1946: 148 ) reminds us when

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Co-constituting Bodyguarding Practice through Embodied Reflexivity

Methodological Reflections from the Field

Paul Higate

research. Focusing on intercorporeality requires that ethnographers embark on a distinct research performance in ways that broaden and deepen Max Weber’s (2014) cognitively focused concept of verstehen . Attempts to place oneself in the shoes of the

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Erin R. Eldridge

Coal was once deemed a means through which humans could distance themselves from nature and create a world of unending progress. The “fateful union of iron and coal,” as noted by Max Weber (quoted in Foster and Holleman 2012: 1646 ), fueled the

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A Phone without Names

Distrust and Duress in Côte d’Ivoire

Kathrin Heitz-Tokpa

trust,” is trust in norms to do with how society functions, what counts, and how we interrelate with each other. 10 These four types of trust must be conceived of as ideal types, in the sense of Max Weber (1964) , and often overlap in real

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Migrant Residents in Search of Residences

Locating Structural Violence at the Interstices of Bureaucracies

Megan Sheehan

opportunities and well-being. Ethnographic research on the many instantiations of bureaucracy counters Max Weber’s (1978) depiction of the rational state by exploring the forms through which state power is enacted on vulnerable populations. Mitchell elaborates

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Navigating the Politics of Anxiety

Moral Outrage, Responsiveness, and State Accountability in Denmark

Mette-Louise Johansen

Suffering . Malden, MA : Blackwell . Cohen , Stanley . 2002 . Folk Devils and Moral Panics: The Creation of Mods and Rockers . London : Routledge . Diamant , Alfred . 1962 . “ The Bureaucratic Model: Max Weber Rejected, Rediscovered, Reformed .” In

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Adopting a Resistance Lens

An Exploration of Power and Legitimacy in Transitional Justice

Julie Bernath and Sandra Rubli

” ( Bellina et al. 2009: 3 ). This article is informed by Max Weber’s classic contribution to the sociological understanding of legitimacy since it relies on the notion of a subjective belief that gives “validity” to specific “orders” ( Cook 2003: 111

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Frauke Mennes, John P. Hayes, David Kloos, Martha Lagace, Morten Koch Andersen, Somdeep Sen, Matthew Porges, and Sa’ed Atshan

applications of Carl Von Clausewitz (136), as well as Max Weber’s idea of state “monopoly of violence” (145). She wades into prolific debates in wider security studies, including the “greed or grievance” thesis, famously introduced by Paul Collier and Anke