200531

Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke

2019

233 pages

ISBN 978-3-319-77600-2

Neoliberalism in multi-disciplinary perspective

Edited by

Adrian Scribano

This volume brings together well-versed authors from four continents to critically discuss the roots of neoliberalism and how academics use the word today. Neoliberalism has recently recycled and mutated towards new forms of radicalization where fear plays a leading role legitimating policies, which would otherwise be overtly neglected by citizens. The authors ignite a new discussion within social sciences, combining the advances of sociology, history, anthropology, communication and the theory of mobilities to understand the different faces and guises ofneoliberalism.  Adrian Scribano is Director of the Centre for Sociological Research and Studies (CIES) and Principal Researcher at the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research of Argentina. Freddy Timmermann Lopez is Senior Lecturer at Catholic University Silva Henriquez, Chile. Maximiliano E. Korstanje is Senior Lecturer in the Economics Department, University of Palermo, Argentina, and Fellow at CERS University of Leeds, UK, and University of Havana, Cuba. 

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Scribano, A. (ed) (2019). Neoliberalism in multi-disciplinary perspective, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Introduction

Scribano Adrian

1-20

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Neoliberalization and new commodification frontiers

Machado Aráoz Horacio; Lisdero Pedro

45-65

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Neoliberalism in the culture of terror

Korstanje Maximiliano E.

67-88

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The thousand faces of neoliberalism

Scribano Adrian

89-117

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Implosion of time

Timmermann Lopez Freddy

139-153

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The neoliberal tourism system

Gómez-Encinas Luis

155-169

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Neoliberalism, outsourcing, and domination

Cingolani Patrick

171-184

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Facing the self-government test

Rebughini Paola

185-201

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Capitalism, hacking, and digital media

Altheide David L.

203-227

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