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The second reason for engaging here specifically with the ideological field is that the form of intersection of the economic and the ideological is quite particular to this conjunctural moment.
The definition of a conjunctural crisis is when these 'relatively autonomous' sites-which have different origins, are driven by different contradictions, and develop according to their own temporalities-are nevertheless 'convened' or condensed in the same moment.
Our aim here is to take up this task of adding conjunctural analysis, through two main sections of argument, which separately analyse frame and conjuncture.
Conjunctural systemic risk is hard to mitigate in advance with rules.
For generation to be a productive concept it needs to be understood within a wider conjunctural and intersectional framework.
Camp suggests that conjunctural analyses such as his can go a long way in helping people transformed by revolt--by "the current conjuncture"--to find a way to distinguish the strategic options open to them; and he is certainly right.
While political economy approaches to the global crisis can roughly be divided into three sections, distinct lines may not be easy as systemic, conjunctural and policy-driven factors often overlap and display a complex relationship.
And it means that, in mapping and articulating its approach to macroprudential policy, the Board needs to determine its decision-making norms having regard to their implications for communications, and how it sees its own role in dynamic regulatory policy fitting with the FOMC's approach to conjunctural policy.
First, I address the issue of customary land rights and their transformation; second, the question of social movements and their strategies; and third, the uses of comparison and conjunctural analysis.
I wouldn't advise anyone to look at the issue of the presidential system from a conjunctural perspective," he said in reference to the leaders of the opposition, claiming that current politicians need to form a system that will be implemented by generations to come.
From this point of view, Otte argues, the crisis in German-Russian relations in 1914 was the "latest twist of the kaleidoscope," and a conjunctural rather than a structural phenomenon (p.
Methodologically, the book also provides a strong example of how the effective integration of ethnographic work with discursive analysis opens up unique types of conjunctural analysis unavailable to either approach on its own.