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Introduction to Part V: Social reproduction, welfare and ecology

Chapter


Abstract


  • Part V addresses the general question: how far and in what ways has the emergent global extension of neo-liberal market civilization, locked in by new constitutional mechanisms, reconstituted some of our basic socioeconomic and ecological conditions of existence? The contributions explore how restructuring of these conditions amidst ongoing crises has deepened contradictions, inequalities and insecurities, and raised fundamental concerns over social reproduction and ecological sustainability, provoking new patterns of resistance and challenges to disciplinary neo-liberalism.

Publication Date


  • 2014

Citation


  • Onuki, H. (2014). Introduction to Part V: Social reproduction, welfare and ecology. In S. Gill & A. Cutler (Eds.), New Constitutionalism and World Order (pp. 211-217). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Book Title


  • New Constitutionalism and World Order

Start Page


  • 211

End Page


  • 217

Place Of Publication


  • United Kingdom

Abstract


  • Part V addresses the general question: how far and in what ways has the emergent global extension of neo-liberal market civilization, locked in by new constitutional mechanisms, reconstituted some of our basic socioeconomic and ecological conditions of existence? The contributions explore how restructuring of these conditions amidst ongoing crises has deepened contradictions, inequalities and insecurities, and raised fundamental concerns over social reproduction and ecological sustainability, provoking new patterns of resistance and challenges to disciplinary neo-liberalism.

Publication Date


  • 2014

Citation


  • Onuki, H. (2014). Introduction to Part V: Social reproduction, welfare and ecology. In S. Gill & A. Cutler (Eds.), New Constitutionalism and World Order (pp. 211-217). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Book Title


  • New Constitutionalism and World Order

Start Page


  • 211

End Page


  • 217

Place Of Publication


  • United Kingdom