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The Resource Comparing strategies of (de)politicisation in Europe : governance, resistance and anti-politics, Jim Buller, Pınar E. Dönmez, Adam Standring, Mattew Wood, editors

Comparing strategies of (de)politicisation in Europe : governance, resistance and anti-politics, Jim Buller, Pınar E. Dönmez, Adam Standring, Mattew Wood, editors

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Comparing strategies of (de)politicisation in Europe : governance, resistance and anti-politics
Title
Comparing strategies of (de)politicisation in Europe
Title remainder
governance, resistance and anti-politics
Statement of responsibility
Jim Buller, Pınar E. Dönmez, Adam Standring, Mattew Wood, editors
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Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
320.94
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Buller, Jim,
  • Dönmez, Pınar E.,
  • Standring, Adam,
  • Wood, Matthew,
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  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Democratization
  • Social change
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Comparing strategies of (de)politicisation in Europe : governance, resistance and anti-politics, Jim Buller, Pınar E. Dönmez, Adam Standring, Mattew Wood, editors
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Contributors; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Depoliticisation, Post-politics and the Problem of Change; Introduction; Depoliticisation as a Systemic Condition; Depoliticisation as a Governing Strategy; Plan for the Rest of the Book; Bibliography; Chapter 2 Rethinking (De)Politicisation in Liberalism: Macro- and Micro-political Perspectives; Introduction; Situating Depoliticisation in Liberalism at the Macro-political Level; The Paradox of (Neo)Liberalism: The Dynamism Between Depoliticisation and Politicisation at the Macro-political Level
  • Dynamics of (Re)Politicisation at the Macro-political Level Through Karl Polanyi's Double MovementDynamics of (Re)Politicisation Through Counter-Conduct at the Micro-political Level; Concluding Remarks; Bibliography; Chapter 3 Politicising Government Accountability: The Case of Protest Network and the Model "Who?" in Bulgaria; Introduction: The Curious Case of a Cabinet Appointment, Depoliticisation and Accountability in Bulgaria; The Importance of Peevski's Appointment and the Model "Who?" in Bulgarian Politics; Why Does Depoliticisation Hamper Government Accountability?
  • Depoliticisation and Peevski's AppointmentProtest Network's Strategies to Politicise the Principal; Strategies to Politicise the Principal by Solidifying Links Within the Principal: Rich Repertoire of Protest Tactics; Strategies to Politicise the Principal by Reaching Out to Potential Account-Holders: Increase Media Presence; Protest Network Strategies to Politicise the Issue; Politicising an Issue by Branding It: Make Demands More Identifiable; Politicising an Issue by Humanising the Person at the Centre of the Contestation: Make the Demands More Relatable
  • Politicising an Issue by Attaching It to More Long-standing Issues: Make the Demands More SignificantPoliticising an Issue by Tagging on Secondary Issues: Make Demands More Comprehensive; Further Questions: The Wider Implications of Protest Network and the "Who?" Agenda; Bibliography; Chapter 4 The Airports Commission, Depoliticisation and the Third Runway at Heathrow Airport; Introduction; Depoliticisation and Post-structuralist Discourse Theory; The Airports Commission: Final Recommendations; The Logics and Practices of the Airports Commission
  • The Reception and Public Evaluation of the Airports CommissionConclusions; References; Chapter 5 Political Dissatisfaction and Decline of Party Identification: Societal Depoliticisation in the Republic of Cyprus (2006-2012); Introduction; Theories of Changes in Party Identification; Empirical Analysis; Cognitive Mobilisation; Polarisation; Party Mobilisation; Political Dissatisfaction; Conclusion; Appendix 1-Structure of Qualitative Interviews
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9783319642369
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Comparing strategies of (de)politicisation in Europe : governance, resistance and anti-politics, Jim Buller, Pınar E. Dönmez, Adam Standring, Mattew Wood, editors
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Contributors; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Depoliticisation, Post-politics and the Problem of Change; Introduction; Depoliticisation as a Systemic Condition; Depoliticisation as a Governing Strategy; Plan for the Rest of the Book; Bibliography; Chapter 2 Rethinking (De)Politicisation in Liberalism: Macro- and Micro-political Perspectives; Introduction; Situating Depoliticisation in Liberalism at the Macro-political Level; The Paradox of (Neo)Liberalism: The Dynamism Between Depoliticisation and Politicisation at the Macro-political Level
  • Dynamics of (Re)Politicisation at the Macro-political Level Through Karl Polanyi's Double MovementDynamics of (Re)Politicisation Through Counter-Conduct at the Micro-political Level; Concluding Remarks; Bibliography; Chapter 3 Politicising Government Accountability: The Case of Protest Network and the Model "Who?" in Bulgaria; Introduction: The Curious Case of a Cabinet Appointment, Depoliticisation and Accountability in Bulgaria; The Importance of Peevski's Appointment and the Model "Who?" in Bulgarian Politics; Why Does Depoliticisation Hamper Government Accountability?
  • Depoliticisation and Peevski's AppointmentProtest Network's Strategies to Politicise the Principal; Strategies to Politicise the Principal by Solidifying Links Within the Principal: Rich Repertoire of Protest Tactics; Strategies to Politicise the Principal by Reaching Out to Potential Account-Holders: Increase Media Presence; Protest Network Strategies to Politicise the Issue; Politicising an Issue by Branding It: Make Demands More Identifiable; Politicising an Issue by Humanising the Person at the Centre of the Contestation: Make the Demands More Relatable
  • Politicising an Issue by Attaching It to More Long-standing Issues: Make the Demands More SignificantPoliticising an Issue by Tagging on Secondary Issues: Make Demands More Comprehensive; Further Questions: The Wider Implications of Protest Network and the "Who?" Agenda; Bibliography; Chapter 4 The Airports Commission, Depoliticisation and the Third Runway at Heathrow Airport; Introduction; Depoliticisation and Post-structuralist Discourse Theory; The Airports Commission: Final Recommendations; The Logics and Practices of the Airports Commission
  • The Reception and Public Evaluation of the Airports CommissionConclusions; References; Chapter 5 Political Dissatisfaction and Decline of Party Identification: Societal Depoliticisation in the Republic of Cyprus (2006-2012); Introduction; Theories of Changes in Party Identification; Empirical Analysis; Cognitive Mobilisation; Polarisation; Party Mobilisation; Political Dissatisfaction; Conclusion; Appendix 1-Structure of Qualitative Interviews
Control code
on1043830967
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319642369
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1043830967

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