Browsing College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies by Subject "Government"
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(Sage Journals, 2011)This article examines how citizenship can be deployed as a technology of conduct, and how it combines with the technique of empowerment in instituting the behavioural norms that constitute a neo-liberal social order. It ...
(Vincentian Studies Institute of the United States, 2009)[No abstract available]