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Bringing Politics Back In

Embedded Neoliberalism in Israel during Rabin's Second Government

Arie Krampf, Uri Ansenberg, and Barak Zur

rolling-out processes ( Peck and Tickell 2002 ). We will argue that Rabin's government period was characterized by a double movement of liberalization and social protection. The article draws on recent theories of Comparative Capitalism, which highlight

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Beyond Comparativism

Israel's Welfare History in a Non-European Comparative Perspective

Arie Krampf

countermovement (decommodification). In late-developing countries labor markets were not yet commodified. Therefore, the choice was economic modernization, which implied a double movement of commodification (liberalization) accompanied by decommodification

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“I'm Going to Be Straight, Just Like How My Father Would've Wanted”

Adolescent Male Sexuality, Shame, and Symptoms of Mental Illness in Adam Silvera's More Happy Than Not and John Corey Whaley's Highly Illogical Behaviour

Emma Salt-Raper

self and the emotional and psychological symptoms associated with mental illness. In John Corey Whaley's novel Highly Illogical Behaviour , the relationship between self and symptoms creates a contradictory double movement: the narrative employs

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Sartre on Violence: Not So Ambivalent?

Michael Fleming

Sartre's views on violence have been subject to considerable scholarly discussion over the last decade. At the same time, there has been renewed interest in the issue of structural violence. This paper is an attempt to engage with the two debates. I argue that by highlighting structural violence it is possible to reframe our understanding of how Sartre viewed violence and to demonstrate that Sartre's work remains a useful compass with which to orientate ourselves in a world saturated in violence. I contend that Sartre maintained a broadly consistent line on violence that held in tension the world we live in and the possibility of humanity in the world that we may create. In addition to this temporal dimension, Sartre's thinking on violence oscillated between social scales: between the individual and the collective. Awareness of this methodological double-movement helps clarify and contextualise Sartre's views, and facilitates fruitful re-readings of current scholarship on violence.

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The anthropology of austerity

An introduction

Theodore Powers and Theodoros Rakopoulos

austerity unfolds as a double movement. We view austerity as crystallization, concentration, and intensification of liberal capitalism is this collection and thus rely more on evidence of continuity rather than breach, of discontent rather than

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Book Reviews

Matthew C. Eshleman, Phillip Barron, Nahum Brown, J. Reese Faust, and Brooks Kirchgassner

, the text infers that authentic faith requires a paradoxical double movement between renunciation and recuperation. One must first resign oneself and abandon all worldly desires (the pauper's love for the princess or Kierkegaard's love for Regine Olson

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Dreams and reality in the tubuan and the corporation

Keir Martin

[1944]) famous “double movement”. Capitalism—humanist and anti-humanist Far from global capitalism being simply based upon the expulsion of non-human actors from the political economy, it is possible to critique it for being a profoundly anti

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Battle of Cosmologies

The Catholic Church, Adat, and ‘Inculturation’ among Northern Lio, Indonesia

Signe Howell

and ordered it published,” inculturation is defined as a ‘double movement’ whereby “[t]he Church assimilates these [non-Catholic] values, when they are compatible with the Gospel, [in order to] deepen understanding of Christ’s message and give it more

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Populism and the Failures of Representation

Suzanne Berger

population. Karl Polanyi’s “double-movement” of backlash against global markets and against globalization’s rapid, radical disruption of social life seems once again at work producing authoritarian anti-liberal politics. 2 The economic and social

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From Crisis to Resistance?

‘Exception’, Neo-liberalism, and Two Voices in the Left

Theodoros Rakopoulos

strategic exercise in stretching social consensus, has begat an ‘age of resistance’ (for Douzinas) and ‘organization against austerity’ (for Laskos and Tsakalotos). There might be an underlying Polanyian predicament here in the form of a ‘double movement