6 edition of Paradoxes in Politics found in the catalog.
August 14, 2007 by Free Press .
Written in English
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Paradox can be described as a statement which presents ideas that contradict each other. The following article presents examples of paradoxes used in literature, and in general. Explanations of few of these paradoxes should help understand this literary device in a better manner. She has written extensively on the history and current politics of the US Medicaid program. She is completing a book manuscript titled The Rise of America's Conservative Health Care State, which examines the historical development of political strategies and motivations behind hiding the role of government in the US health care system.
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Norton & Company, Release: 28 NovemberLength: pages, Category: Political Science. The Paradox of Citizenship in American Politics: Ideals and Reality is a must-read for anyone interested in the future of the promise and realities of citizenship in the modern global landscape.” (Kevin R.
Johnson, Dean, UC Davis School of Law, USA and author. “Paradoxes of Hawaiian Sovereignty is at once devastating and gentle in its tough-minded critique of Indigenous political movements that avoid hard questions that arise from their own histories of exclusion, compromise, and elitism.
Intrepid books like these are the ones that not only point us toward the future, but show us what it will take Reviews: 4. The book is a fine example of scholarship demonstrating the intersectionality of nationality, ethnicity, and gender in a meaningful and robust manner." — David Fazzino, Pacific Affairs "In this deeply engaging book, J.
Kehaulani Kauanui unpacks paradoxes inherent in past and contemporary assertions of Hawaiian sovereignty. The restructuring of political and administrative practices to help post-conflict territories to meet these tests creates a sovereignty paradox: international administrations compromise one element of sovereignty - the right to self-government - in order to implement domestic reforms to legitimise the authority of local political institutions.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Paradoxes of Utopia: Anarchist Culture and Politics in Buenos Aires, ” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving /5(3). And that is precisely the book’s aim In the Dutch context, as Wekker clearly shows, it is precisely a denial of colonial history, with its attendant intellectual, affective and discursive consequences, that marks the contemporary multicultural scene of politics.
The book then is not repeating an argument in an all-too-familiar context. The Democratic Paradox is a collection of essays by the Belgian political theorist Chantal Mouffe, published in by Verso essays offer further discussion of the concept of radical democracy that Mouffe explored in Hegemony and Socialist Strategy, co-authored by Ernesto this collection, Mouffe deals with the specific conflicts between the post-Marxist democratic theory.
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The Paradox of Traditional Chiefs in Democratic Africa shows that unelected traditional leaders can facilitate democratic responsiveness. Ironically, chiefs' undemocratic character gives them a capacity to organize responses to rural problems that elected politicians and state institutions lack.
Specifically, chiefs' longer time horizons encourage investment in local institutions that enable. By elucidating different manifestations of stasis in the politics, literature, and thought of the Francoist period, Paradoxes of Stasis reveals the contradictions of the era and offers new critical tools for understanding their relevance.
John M. Parrish. Paradoxes of Political Ethics: From Dirty Hands to the Invisible Hand. Published: Octo John M. Parrish, Paradoxes of Political Ethics: From Dirty Hands to the Invisible Hand, Cambridge University Press,pp., $ (hbk), ISBN Reviewed by Martin E.
Sandbu, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. This book offers a political economy analysis of the development and degradation of freedom of the press in Taiwan sinceexploring how state-business elites and foreign hegemons interacted to shape the evolution of Taiwan’s media.
It examines why freedoms increased alongside democratization in the s but deteriorated after the second peaceful turnover of power in and. Hobbes and the Paradoxes of Political Origins This book expounds an analytical method that focuses on paradoxes - a method originally associated with deconstructive philosophy, but bearing little resemblance to the interpretive techniques that have come to.
In Paradoxes of Hawaiian Sovereignty J. Kēhaulani Kauanui examines contradictions of indigeneity and self-determination in U.S. domestic policy and international law.
She theorizes paradoxes in the laws themselves and in nationalist assertions of Hawaiian Kingdom restoration and demands for U.S. deoccupation, which echo colonialist models of governance. Paradoxes in Politics by Steven J. Brams,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Duality Mapping to Manage Paradox. Duality mapping draws on the concept of yin and yang. Yin and yang in the Chinese classical philosophy originates from two of the oldest books in China, I Ching (or Book of Changes) and Tao De Ching.
The philosophy is based on the premise that everything in the world consists of two opposite elements that are. Paradoxes of Hawaiian Sovereignty: Land, Sex, and the Colonial Politics of State Nationalism critically considers contemporary discourses of Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) nationalist movements in light of the historical interactions between the Hawai’ian Kingdom and the United States.
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In this book, Nusrat Sabina Chowdhury offers insight into what she calls "the paradoxes of the popular," or the constitutive contradictions of popular politics. The focus here is on mass protests, long considered the primary medium of meaningful change in this part of the world.
Let me suggest three, none of which (except maybe the first) qualifies in my mind as the ‘greatest’. Paradox 1: (perhaps like Moore’s answer, in a way): Politics is a means of bringing us together to live better than we can live individually, in f.
An engaging historical look at fin de siécle Buenos Aires that brings to life the vibrant culture behind one of the world’s largest anarchist movements: the radical schools, newspapers, theaters, and social clubs that made revolution a way of life.
Cultural history in the best sense, Paradoxes of. The book Prison Area, Independence Valley: American Paradoxes in Political Life and Popular Culture, Rob Kroes is published by Dartmouth College Press.
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In this work, Amrita Narlikar argues that, contrary to common assumption, modern-day politics displays a surprising paradox: poverty - and the powerlessness with which it is associated - has emerged as a political tool and a formidable weapon in international negotiation.
Aili Mari Tripp takes a close, clear-sighted look at Ugandan politics sincewhen Yoweri Museveni became the country's president. Museveni's exercise of power has been replete with contradictions: steps toward political liberalization have been controlled in ways that further centralize authority; and despite claims of relative peace and stability, Uganda has been plagued by two decades.
Given rampant political corruption, it was very likely that peasants would not be adequately compensated for expropriation of their land and destruction of village institutions.
Ultimately, however, the mine was built. To her credit, Chowdhury introduces a second, far more complex case—hence “paradoxes” in the book’s title. An article based on the research in this book won the award for the best article published in the American Journal of Political Science. Awards. Honourable mention, William H.
Riker Book Award, Political Economy Section, American Political Science Association; Honourable mention, APCG Award for Best Book, African Politics Conference Group.
This chapter focuses on the extent to which party and legislative quotas in Belgium have altered the beliefs and actions of political elites. Capitalizing on the opportunity to design her own survey, Petra Meier asks specific questions about whether quotas have caused party officials to rethink the importance of gender equality and to recognize a “gender equal public space.”.
"Dissecting processes of transnationalization in significant realms of European politics and society, Joan DeBardeleben, Achim Hurrelmann and their co-authors claim a transnational perspective for European Studies.A timely and welcome contribution, the transnational approach enriches interdisciplinary dialogue and challenges established theories to ask new questions on European governance.
Portraiture: the Paradoxes and Politics of Looking A paradox lies at the heart of great portraits: intellectually, we know a photograph can’t actually “capture” anything, but emotionally (and spiritually), we can’t help but keep looking for some kind of truth.
Drawing on original research, Kristin A. Goss examines how women's civic place has changed over the span of more than years, how public policy has driven these changes, and why these changes matter for women and American democracy.
Suffrage, which granted women the right to vote and invited. “Energetic, highly readable exploration of identity politics in a young nation While Gendered Paradoxes offers a revealing look at the lives of Jordanian girls and women, it also forces us ‘Western’ women to hold the mirror up to book serves as a reminder that the so-called culture clash between the ‘Occident’ and ‘Orient’ is less about meaningful differences.
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5. The murdered grandfather paradox. This is one of the most famous scientific paradoxes associated with time travel. Let’s say a guy named Tom went back in time and killed his own grandfather before the grandfather had a chance to meet the grandmother.
As a result, neither Tom’s parents nor Tom himself were born.Chapter One Ambiguous Times and Spaces. Gendered Paradoxes. In the summer ofa local teacher and friend, Amaney, invited me to come speak to a group of girls ranging in age from twelve to eighteen at an Islamic center in Bawadi al-Naseem, Jordan.