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Sociology in the Garden

Beyond the Liberal Grammar of Contemporary Sociology

Nissim Mizrachi

morality and national laws. In other words, dignity has become the organizing principle of a universal social space where moral responsibility touches socially and geographically distant Others. Hence, dignity, unlike honor, draws its validity not from the

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Reflecting the “Field”

Two Vepsian Villages and three Researchers

Laura Siragusa and Madis Arukask

the several situations he faces, as was expected from his role as museum director. A dispirited tone dominates his writing, especially when he notices the flaws of village life. Yet he does not empathize with the local villagers and does not take moral

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The End of the European Honeymoon?

Refugees, Resentment and the Clash of Solidarities

Siobhan Kattago

Merkel, with her decision that Germany will grant asylum to those who seek it. Up until the 2016 agreement between the EU and Turkey, Merkel has emphasised moral responsibility over indifference, hospitality over hostility, with her steadfast resolve that

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Yagil Levy

and moral responsibility for the use of violence against Palestinians ( Gordon 2002 ). Furthermore, settlers’ acts of violence against Palestinians can be seen not as a breach of law but as an informal contribution to the manifestation of Israeli rule

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Finding a Place to Sit

How Qatari Women Combine Cultural and Kinship Capital in the Home Majlis

Rehenuma Asmi

use the cultural capital gained in schools along with the kinship capital gained in the family majlis and kinship network. By doing so, they construct new norms around gender that emphasize women’s education as well as their social and moral

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Regional and sub-regional effects on development policies

The Benelux and the Nordic countries compared

Lauri Siitonen

abstained from the aid regime altogether, because it “had not been a colonial power” and therefore had no moral responsibility ( Hoebink, 2005, pp. 379 ). However, after 1977 political parties and the NGO sector put growing pressure to raise the aid volume