Cyhoeddiadau

Trefnu yn ôl: |
Dychwelodd eich chwiliad 154 canlyniad
Publication Image
Civil Society through the Lifecourse

Are young people blindly self-interested? How does university shape students’ political participation? Can busy parents and grandparents find time to volunteer? Challenging conventional thinking, leading academics explore how individuals’ relationships with civil society change over time as different lifecourse events and stages trigger and hinder civic engagement. Drawing on personal narratives, longitudinal cohort studies and…

Publication Image
Civil Society and the Family

The relationship between the family and civil society has always been complex, with the family often regarded as separate from, or even oppositional to, civil society. Taking a fresh empirical approach, Muddiman, Power and Taylor reveal how such separation underestimates the important role the family plays in civil society. Considering the impact of family events,…

Publication Image
The Foundational Economy and Citizenship – Comparative Perspectives on Civil Repair

Introduction The Foundational Economy and the Civil Sphere | Filippo Barbera and Ian Rees Jones Part 1: Governance and Public Action Re-embedding the Economy within Digitalized Foundational Sectors: The Case of Platform Cooperativism | Davide Arcidiacono and Ivana Pais Reframing Public Ownership in the Foundational Economy: (Re)discovering a Variety of Forms | Leonhard Plank The Nonprofit Paradox…

Publication Image
Putting Civil Society in Its Place – Governance, Metagovernance and Subjectivity

Renowned social and political theorist Bob Jessop explores the idea of civil society as a mode of governance in this bold challenge to current thinking. Developing theories of governance failure and metagovernance, the book analyses the limits and failures of economic and social policy in various styles of governance. Reviewing the principles of self-emancipation and…

Peace and War Historical, Philosophical, and Anthropological Perspectives cover
Peace and War Historical, Philosophical, and Anthropological Perspectives

Peace and War: Historical, Philosophical, and Anthropological Perspectives is an accessible, higher-level critical discussion of philosophical commentaries on the nature of peace and war. It introduces and analyses various philosophies of peace and war, and their continuing theoretical and practical relevance for peace studies and conflict resolution. Using a combination of both historical and contemporary philosophical perspectives,…

Rural-Urban Linkages

This chapter considers the significance of rural–urban linkages in current and future food systems. Food is at the core of the rural–urban relation: an increasingly urbanized global population is dependent on rural areas for its food supply, whilst rural societies and environments have in turn been transformed by their integration into a global food system…

Conflicting Narratives of Crime and Punishment cover
Public Narratives of Crime and Criminal Justice: Connecting ‘small’ and ‘big’ stories to make public narratives visible

Conflicting Narratives of Crime and Punishment: Chapter 4, Springer Nature This chapter explores the concept of public narratives of crime and criminal justice and its importance in influencing criminal justice and penal policy as well as expressions of public opinion. In order to understand the power of public narratives of crime and criminal justice, it…

Publication Image
Civil Society and Citizenship in India and Bangladesh

This volume presents new primary and secondary multi-disciplinary research exploring the opportunities and challenges facing civil society in today’s India and Bangladesh. This locus of enquiry matters to wider contemporary understanding of citizenship, rights, religious freedom and social identities. It is published at a time of increased global uncertainties, inter alia, related to shrinking civic…

Region, Place, Devolution: Geohistory still matters

The Routledge Handbook of Place: Part 1 – Situating Place, Chapter 4 (ed) Tim Edensor, Ares Kalandides, Uma Kothari This chapter looks at the relationship between place and region through the lens of the place-making politics of devolution and localism in Britain; England and Wales specifically. We revisit Paasi’s treatise on regions in geography and suggest…