As economic stagnation freezes the globe; capitalism is increasingly questioned; war, revolution and political instability unsettles the Middle East; and President Obama's campaign for the Presidency looms, Volume 23 of Political Power and Social Theory reflects on these and related issues. Chapters in this volume discuss the meaning of revolution, the origins of neoliberalism in India, identity formation in a Chicago social movement, the Palestinian National Question, and the Black middle-class in the US. Additionally, in the Scholarly Controversy section, Fred Block questions whether the concept of qcapitalismq should be problematized entirely.Growing inequality in black wages in the 1980s and the emergence of an African American middle class. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 11, 235a 253. Haynes, B. (2001). Red lines, black spaces: The politics of race and spaceanbsp;...
|Title||:||Political Power and Social Theory|
|Publisher||:||Emerald Group Publishing - 2012|