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As has become evident, if we do not manage globalisation so that it benefits all, the backlash - from the New Discontents in the North and the Old Discontents in the South - is at risk of intensifying.
As has become evident, if we do not manage globalization so that it benefits all, the backlash from the New Discontents in the North and the Old Discontents in the South is at risk of intensifying.
Democracy's Dangers & Discontents is unabashedly conservative, as some of its greatest criticisms are directed at America's entitlement system (which is a major driver of America's debt), the Affordable Care Act (a.
Suffice it to say, however, that the authors in this volume and Amy DiGennaro share an interest in understanding and mapping the seeming impossibilities of childhood and in understanding those impossible states for the complex worlds they make out of childhood's generative discontents.
This collection of updated writings by Anderson (editor of City Journal, a cultural and political quarterly published by the Manhattan Institute) is characterized by him as being, in essence, a defense of democratic capitalism in the face of internal discontents of "egalitarian fantasies, moral libertinism, an arid secularism, and a `suicide' of culture, evident in many of our elite educational institutions.
The first volume of the new "Theories of Modernism and Postmodernism in the Visual Arts" series from Routledge, Master Narratives And Their Discontents by James Elkins (E.
It's refreshing to see an in-depth volume which not only poses the usual warnings, but then goes on to offer concrete solutions: Social Security And Its Discontents should not be overlooked.
Awkward, rudimentary, or seemingly artless design implies a sort of immunity to culture, if not to its discontents, but has long since amounted to a cultural tradition of its own.
They will put discontents, central, sharp, and irruptive, at center stage.
What Stiglitz questions in Globalization and its Discontents is the way they have been implemented in poor or developing nations to the beat of the IMF's drum.
Discontents revealed in Michitsuna no haha and Takasue no musume share the same cultural origin in "received texts.
I thought of that conversation often while putting together this issue, which we've aptly titled "Globalization and Its Discontents.