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1. Annual report [ - 2019]

Journal/Periodical
v. : col. ill. ; 30 cm
Green Library
Book
xvi, 170 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Africana sociology and economics: an interdisciplinary analysis of Black social stratification / James L. Conyers Jr
  • The emerging field of stratification economics: a unified social science theory of race and inequality? / Greg Price
  • Frontstage and backstage racial performances: the contributions of backstage methodological research / Brittany Slatton
  • "Girls can't play no ball": the invisibility of Black woman athletes in film / Drew Brown
  • Pan-African Belize: a case for praxis / Devon Lee
  • Insights regarding Black-White economic inequality from stratification economics / James B. Stewart
  • A new era for labor? The promises and perils of the fast food workers strike movement / Marcia Walker McWilliams
  • Affirming or dis-confirming America's promise: attitudes about affirmative action among Black Americans and Black immigrants / Anthony D. Greene, LaTasha Chaffin, Maruice Mangum, and Jason E. Shelton
  • An obsolete people? The precarious position of African Americans in the twenty-first-century economy / Robert E. Weems , Jr.-- New (Pan)-Africanism or neoliberal globalization? introducing Nigeria's Afri-capitalism and South Africa's Ubuntu business / Rita Kiki Odezie.
This study seeks to critically examine the field and function of social stratification, with emphasis on Africana phenomena. Phrased another way, this edited volume attempts to study and focus on who gets what and why, with regard to resources and structural application of support. The John Henrik Clarke query is who made this arrangement of leadership in America. Moreover, serving as a reference, this study will assist researchers in contextualizing and thematically examining the structural and resource allocation of disparity exhibited toward Africana people. This manuscript of essays is the first its kind. This study incorporates an interdisciplinary scope to examine the concept of Africana Social Stratification in the subject areas of: history, political science, economics, Africana Studies, and social policy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498533140 20180122
Green Library
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250 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Einleitung : Stimmen aus dem Jenseits
  • Der Schah-Besuch in Bonn und Berlin
  • Von Kriegskindern und Nazieltern
  • Trau keinem über 60? Die Rolle der Alten
  • Achtundsechzig war weiblich
  • Wer zweimal mit derselben pennt : Varianten sexueller Befreiung
  • Epilog : Was bleibt von Achtundsechzig?
  • Dank
  • Nachtrag zur Quellengrundlage
  • Anmerkungen
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Abkürzungsverzeichnis
  • Abbildungsverzeichnis
  • Personenregister.
Green Library
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241 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Neue soziale Bewegungen in der 'Provinz' : Perspektiven und Potentiale eines Forschungsdesiderats / Julia Paulus
  • 'Provinz' als Sehnsuchtsort
  • Auf der Suche nach einer anderen Provinz : Alternative 'Provinzarbeit' zwischen linker Bewegungspolitik und neuem Heimatgefühl (1977-1983) / David Templin
  • Die Wiederentdeckung der Provinz : die 'Provinzbewegung' der 1970er Jahre und ihre Perzeption von Stadt und Land / Bertold Giessmann
  • Allgäuer Aussteiger : Modernisierer der Provinz und Pioniere ihrer Region / Eva Wonneberger
  • Zwischen städtischer und 'provinzieller' Milieuanbindung
  • Die 68er-Bewegung in der Provinz : Vermittlungswege und Handlungsfelder am Beispiel der Region Lippe / Hans-Gerd Schmidt
  • Protestkultur im 'Dazwischen' : Alternative politische Aktionsformen in der universitären Mittelstadt Tübingen / Izabella Demirchyan, Lukas Feilen, Marlene Hofmann, Gesa Ingendahl, Inga Wilke
  • "Kultur ist, wenn man's trotzdem macht!" : Alternative Kultur im städtischen Raum in Dortmund und Münster 1975-1990 / Cordula Obergassel
  • Das Ringen in der und um die 'Provinz'
  • Die Neue Frauenbewegung in der katholischen Provinz : Feministische Aufbrüche in Trier, der Eifel und im Hunsrück / Christine Bald
  • Revolte im Dorf? : Innovationspotentiale und Traditionsbezüge ländlicher Jugendzentren in Rheinhessen / Gunter Mahlerwein
  • Von der Bewegungsprovinz zur Projektionsfläche revolutionärer Phantasien : Bochum und das Ruhrgebiet in der Studentenbewegung der '68er Jahre' / Ulf Teichmann
  • Aktivismus in der "Verschnarchte[n] Provinzmetropole"? : Umwelt- und Anti-AKW-Bewegungen in Mainz, Wiesbaden und der Rhein-Main-Region / Matthias Lieb
  • Abkürzungen
  • Autorinnen und Autoren
  • Ortsregister.
Green Library
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ix, 119 pages ; 26 cm
  • Introduction: Biographies Between Spheres of Empire Achim von Oppen and Silke Strickrodt 1. The English Interpreters in Dahomey, 1843-1852 Robin Law 2. David Meetom: Interpreting, Power and the Risks of Intermediation in the Initial Phase of German Colonial Rule in Cameroon Ulrike Schaper 3. Transcending Gender Roles, Crossing Racial and Political Boundaries: Agnes Hill's Fight for her Inheritance in German Southwest Africa Ulrike Lindner 4. The Awkward Squad: Arts Graduates from British Tropical Africa Before 1940 Andrew D. Roberts 5. `No One Knows What He is Until He is Told': Audience and Personhood in a Colonial African Diary Ruth Watson.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138574168 20180326
Biographical research can illuminate imperial and colonial history. This is particularly true of Africa, where empires competed with one another and colonial society was characterised by rigid divisions. In this book, five biographical studies explore how, in the course of their lives, interpreters, landowners, students and traders navigated the boundaries between the various spaces of the colonial world. With a focus on African life worlds, the authors show the disruptions and constraints as well as the new options and forms of mobility that resulted from colonial rule. This book was originally published as a special issue of The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth Studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138574168 20180326
Green Library
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xxviii, 263 pages ; 22 cm.
  • 1. Introduction: The Chocolate-Politics Continuum Part I: Origins 2. The Roots: Of Cooperatives and Conflict 3. The Founding of the Peace Community 4. The Cultural Change of 'Organisation' Part II: The Radical Narrative 5. The Genealogy of the Rupture 1997-2005 6. Differentiating between Santos and Uribe Part III: The Organic Narrative 7. Practices of Production 8. The Elements of the Organic Narrative 9. Conclusion: An 'Alternative Community' as Positive Peace-Building?
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319514772 20180409
This book tells the story of the Peace Community of San Jose de Apartado, an emblematic grassroots social movement of peasant farmers, who unusually declared themselves `neutral' to Colombia's internal armed conflict, in the north-west region of Uraba. It reveals two core narratives in the Community's collective identity, which Burnyeat calls the `radical' and the `organic' narratives. These refer to the historically-constituted interpretative frameworks according to which they perceive respectively the Colombian state, and their relationship with their natural and social environments. Together, these two narratives form an `Alternative Community' collective identity, comprising a distinctive conception of grassroots peace-building. This study, centered on the Community's socio-economic cacao-farming project, offers an innovative way of approaching victims' organizations and social movements through critical, post-modern politics and anthropology. It will become essential reading to Latin American ethnographers and historians, and all interested in conflict resolution and transitional justice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319514772 20180409
Green Library
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xii, 218 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Green Library
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xiii, 189 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction 1. The Knowledge Economy 2. Cities as Sites of Intervention 3. Game of Scales 4. Universities as Engines of Growth 5. Knowing the City 6. Excavating Alternatives in the Shadows of the Knowledge Economy 7. Critique and transformation in the `real' university 8. Organising for Participative Futures.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138810396 20180129
Cities and the Knowledge Economy is an in-depth, interdisciplinary, international and comparative examination of the relationship between knowledge and urban development in the contemporary era. Through the lenses of promise, politics and possibility, it examines how the knowledge economy has arisen, how different cities have sought to realise its potential, how universities play a role in its realisation and, overall, what this reveals about the relationship between politics, capitalism, space, place and knowledge in cities. The book argues that the 21st century city has been predicated on particular circuits of knowledge that constitute expertise as residing in elite and professional epistemic communities. In contrast, alternative conceptions of the knowledge society are founded on assumptions which take analysis, deliberation, democracy and the role of the citizen and communities of practice seriously. Drawing on a range of examples from cities around the world, the book reflects on these possibilities and asks what roles the practice of `active intermediation', the university and a critical and engaged social scientific practice can all play in this process. The book is aimed at researchers and students from different disciplines - geography, politics, sociology, business studies, economics and planning - with interests in contemporary urbanism and the role of knowledge in understanding development, as well as urban policymakers, politicians and practitioners who are concerned with the future of our cities and seek to create coalitions of different communities oriented towards more just and sustainable futures.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138810396 20180129
Green Library
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vi, 246 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Green Library
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xii, 284 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction 1. Class Struggle Back on the Agenda 2. Extractivism and the Class Struggle 3. Accumulation by Dispossession and the Resistance 4. The Progressive Cycle in Latin American Politics 5. Brazil: Changing Dynamics of the Land Struggle 6. Paraguay: Class Struggle on the Extractive Frontier 7. Mexico: Shifting Dynamics of a Class War 8. Peru: The Return of the Class Struggle from Below 9. Argentina: The Return of Class Struggle from Above 10. Venezuela: In the Eye of the Storm 11. Chile 12. The Return of the Right? Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138720220 20170925
The Class Struggle in Latin America: Making History Today analyses the political and economic dynamics of development in Latin America through the lens of class struggle. Focusing in particular on Peru, Paraguay, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil and Venezuela, the book identifies how the shifts and changing dynamics of the class struggle have impacted on the rise, demise and resurgence of neoliberal regimes in Latin America. This innovative book offers a unique perspective on the evolving dynamics of class struggle, engaging both the destructive forces of capitalist development and those seeking to consolidate the system and preserve the status quo, alongside the efforts of popular resistance concerned with the destructive ravages of capitalism on humankind, society and the global environment. Using theoretical observations based on empirical and historical case studies, this book argues that that the class struggle remains intrinsically linked to the march of capitalist development. At a time when post neoliberal regimes in Latin America are faltering, this supplementary text provides a guide to the economic and political dynamics of capitalist development in the region which will be invaluable to students and researchers of international development, anthropology and sociology, as well as those with an interest in Latin American politics and development.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138720220 20170925
Green Library
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xvi, 100 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Chapter 1: Conflict and Violent Extremism: Theories and Evidence.- Chapter 2: Case Studies: Testing the Hypothesis in Kenya, Nigeria and Syria/Iraq.- Chapter 3: Kenya: More Local than Global.- Chapter 4: Nigeria: A Religious Framing of Grievances.- Chapter 5: Iraq and Syria: Complex, Dynamic, and Divided.- Chapter 6: Implications for Development, Peacebuilding and Statebuilding.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319514833 20171106
This edited volume examines the implications for international development actors of new kinds of terrorism taking place in civil conflicts. The threat from terrorism and violent extremism has never been greater - at least in the global South where the vast majority of violent extremist attacks take place. Some of the most violent extremist groups are also parties to civil conflicts in regions such as the Middle East and the Horn of Africa. But are these groups - especially the violent Islamists which constitute the greatest current threat - qualitatively different from other conflict actors? If they are, what are the implications for development practitioners working in war zones and fragile or poverty-afflicted countries? This study aims to answer these questions through a combination of theoretical enquiry and the investigation of three case studies - Kenya, Nigeria, and Iraq/Syria. It aims to illuminate the differences between violent Islamists and other types of conflict actor, to identify the challenges these groups pose to development practice, and to propose a way forward for meeting these challenges.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319514833 20171106
Green Library
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x, 137 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction to metaphor theory and its use in public policy
  • Overview of the organism metaphor
  • Brief overview of relevant alarm periods
  • Diagnosis and categorization of "otherness"
  • Metaphoric disease-making
  • Penetration of the social body
  • Decay of the social body
  • Metaphorical public health responses
  • Conclusion.
Green Library
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xv, 431 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
  • IntroductionContested Spaces in Neoliberal TurkeyFatma Muge GocekPART I. HISTORYTurkey, Syria and France Contesting Sovereignty over AntiochSarah ShieldsAnkara's Forgotten Mental Maps, Changing Demography and Missing MinoritiesZeynep KezerHistory and Diversity in a Border Province: The Non-Muslim Urban Past in today's Edirne"Zeynep KasliPART II. STATEMobilizing the State, Monitoring the Countryside: Mobile Village Courses in TurkeyMetin YukselIstanbul Confidential: Heroin, Espionage, and the Politics of Cold War in Turkey, 1945-1960Ryan GingerasA Space Apart or a Part of Society? Turkish Mosques in Western Germany in the 1970s and the 1990sSarah Thomsen VierraThe State, Law and Feminist Struggles in the Neoliberalizing City: The Istanbul CourthouseTugce Ellialt?The Political Economy of a Conservation Plan: The Case of Uluabat LakeCeren Soylu, Fikret Adaman and Bengi AkbulutFrom Shining Icons of Progress to Contested Infrastructures: "Damming" the Munzur Valley in Eastern TurkeyLaurent DissardPART III. THE MARKETIrregular Migration and Negotiated Urban Space in Kumkapi, IstanbulKristen BiehlTurkey's Shady Urban Neoliberalism: The Corruption Scandal and the Normalization of Informality during the AKP RuleBurak KoseRefusing to Become Pious Soldiers: Islamist Conscientious Objection in TurkeyPinar Kemerli"Wake Up" and "Nomad": Competing Visions of Turkish and Kurdish Environmentalism in the Music of Tarkan and AynurOzan Emrah Aksoy.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781784536107 20180409
The most significant political development of the post-Cold War era was, arguably, the diffusion of neoliberalism across the globe. Yet behind the illusion of abundance and development, the 'rule of the market' can be violent and destructive, exploiting the environment, dismissing cultural or historical conservation and ignoring individual rights. This book now examines the emergence and consequences of neoliberalism in Turkey. Of particular importance to the study are the contested spaces - those sites of struggle and protest - where the impact of this economic system is challenged or negotiated. The contributors look beyond the neoliberal cities of the West - Istanbul and Ankara - to take into account the rest of the country and the groups that are most negatively affected: such as the Kurds, women and migrants. Chapters consider the complexity of neoliberalism in Turkey, where the power of the market, the agenda of the state, and significantly, the country's past, are shown to have shaped current economic practices and policies. Contested Spaces in Contemporary Turkey sheds new light on the societal processes that are re-shaping modern Turkey, a subject which is of increasing importance considering Erdogan's new model for an Islam-based state and in the aftermath of the July 2016 military coup attempt. It is at the cutting edge of research on urban history and social space and will be a significant resource for scholars of Turkish Studies and Kurdish Studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781784536107 20180409
Green Library
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xxiii, 214 pages ; 24 cm
  • Epics
  • Peoples
  • Composition
  • Territories
  • To make a movement.
At a time of ever more accelerated and expanded development of natural and agricultural territory, in the aim of making targeted areas more profitable and controllable, there are inhabitants who oppose these projects with a firm, unwavering NO! This is the case in Notre-Dame-des-Landes in western France and in the Italian Susa Valley, where decades-long battles have been mounted against high-speed transport infrastructure, an airport for one, and a highspeed train (TAV) between Lyon and Turin for the other. Each of these struggles embodies, with its own distinct style, original ways of merging life with combat. And they do so to such a degree that they are redesigning today the future of their respective regions and awakening immense hope outside of their own territories. This book recounts these two histories-in-the-making and gives voice to their protagonists. It was born of the intuition that these experiences and the hypotheses that emerge from them should circulate at the same time as the slogans and the enthusiasm, to strengthen the will to resist.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786634962 20180319
Green Library
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viii, 288 pages ; 20 cm.
  • Introduction: A Plot to Islamicise Schools? Part 1: Context `British Values' and Community Cohesion Prevent: From Hearts and Minds to Muscular Liberalism Community Cohesion, Schooling and Prevent Religious Education, Collective Worship and Publicly-Funded Education Governance, School Reform and Change Part 2: The Case Introducing the Case Enter Ofsted The Clarke and Kershaw Reports The NCTL Hearings and their Collapse Conclusion: Lessons from the Trojan Horse Affair.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781447344131 20180129
In 2014 an investigation into an alleged plot to `Islamify' several state schools in Birmingham began. Known as the `Trojan Horse' affair, this caused a previously highly successful school to be vilified. Holmwood, an expert witness in the professional misconduct cases brought against the teachers, and O'Toole, who researches the government's counter-extremism agenda, challenge the accepted narrative and draw on the potential parallel with the Hillsborough disaster to suggest a similar false narrative has taken hold of public debate. This important book highlights the major injustice inflicted on the teachers and shows how this affair was used to criticise multiculturalism, and justify the expansion of a broad and intrusive counter extremism agenda.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781447344131 20180129
Green Library
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xiii, 281 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Fix the state or fix the people?
  • Cultures of peace, cultures of conflict
  • A market for mediators
  • A brief recess : conciliating conflict in Alto Lima
  • Between compadres there is no interest
  • The conflictual social life of an industrial sewing machine
  • You have to comply with paper.
Green Library
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xvii, 239 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • 1. Introduction: Reconfiguring Domination: Case Studies from Latin AmericaLiisa L. North 2. The Paradox of the Neoliberal Developmentalist State: Reconstructing the Capitalist Elite in Pinochet's ChileTimothy D. Clark3. Quasi-post-neoliberal Brazil: Social Change Amidst Elite Adaptation and MetamorphosisSimone Bohn4. Concentration of Assets and Poverty Reduction in Post Neoliberal EcuadorCarlos M. Larrea and Natalia Greene5. Rural Colombia: The Architecture of State-sponsored Violence and New Power ConfigurationsLuis van Isschot6. The Reconsolidation of Oligarchic Rule in El Salvador: The Contours of Neoliberal TransformationCarlos Velasquez Carrillo7. Land and the Reconfiguration of Power in Post-Conflict GuatemalaSimon Granovsky-Larsen8. The Limits of Democratization and Social Progress: Domination and Dependence in Latin AmericaTimothy D. Clark and Liisa L. North.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319532547 20171017
This volume examines the ways in which the socio-economic elites of the region have transformed and expanded the material bases of their power from the inception of neo-liberal policies in the 1970s through to the so-called progressive `pink tide' governments of the past two decades. The six case study chapters-on Chile, Brazil, Ecuador, Colombia, El Salvador, and Guatemala-variously explore how state policies and even United Nations peace-keeping missions have enhanced elite control of land and agricultural exports, banks and insurance companies, wholesale and import commerce, industrial activities, and alliances with foreign capital. Chapters also pay attention to the ways in which violence has been deployed to maintain elite power, and how international forces feed into sustaining historic and contemporary configurations of power.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319532547 20171017
Green Library
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214 pages ; 22 cm
It is clear that the right is on the rise, but after Brexit, the election of Donald Trump and the spike in popularity of extreme-right parties across Europe, the question on everyone's minds is: how did this happen? An expansive investigation of the ways in which a newly-configured right interconnects with anti-democratic and illiberal forces at the level of the state, Europe's Fault Lines provides much-needed answers, revealing some uncomfortable truths. What appear to be "blind spots" about far-right extremism on the part of the state, are shown to constitute collusion-as police, intelligence agencies and the military embark on practices of covert policing that bring them into direct or indirect contact with the far right, in ways that bring to mind the darkest days of Europe's authoritarian past. Old racisms may be structured deep in European thought, but they have been revitalized and spun in new ways: the war on terror, the cultural revolution from the right, and the migration-linked demonization of the destitute "scrounger." Drawing on her work for the Institute of Race Relations over thirty years, Liz Fekete exposes the fundamental fault lines of racism and authoritarianism in contemporary Europe.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781784787226 20180326
Green Library
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xxiv, 211 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Violent challenges to democracy
  • Women's agency in transition : from colonialism to independence
  • Gendered and violent exclusions in Kenya's multiparty electoral politics (1989-2008)
  • Religious movements and gendered violence in the multiparty era
  • Women's organizations and multiparty politics in Kenya (1989-2008)
  • Conclusion.
"This book examines gendered violence in the context of multiparty politics in Kenya, placing it in the historical context of colonial rule and its legacies of the ethnicization of both state and society. It offers an extensive account of the ways liberal democratic politics have produced violent outcomes for women."--Publisher's summary.
Green Library
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xiv, 351 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Give and Take offers a new history of government in Tokugawa Japan (1600 1868), one that focuses on ordinary subjects: merchants, artisans, villagers, and people at the margins of society. Maren Ehlers explores how high and low people negotiated and collaborated with each otheras they addressed the problem of poverty in early modern Japan.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780674983878 20180416
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