1 edition of Precarious lives found in the catalog.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Hannah Lewis, Peter Dwyer, Stuart Hodkinson, Louise Waite|
|Contributions||Dwyer, Peter, author, Hodkinson, Stuart, author, Waite, Louise, 1975- author|
|LC Classifications||HD4875.G7 L49 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 221 pages|
|Number of Pages||221|
Frames of War begins where Butler’s Precarious Lives left off: on the idea that we cannot grieve for those lost lives that we never saw as lives to begin with. In this age of CNN-mediated war, the lives of those wretched populations of the earth—the refugees; the victims of unjust imprisonment and torture; the immigrants virtually enslaved by their starvation and legal dis/5(48). Precarious Lives is a thoroughly researched analysis of the 'precarious' society that is contemporary Iran, a country at war with its own youth."—Paul Stoller, author of The Sorcerer's Burden and Anders Retzius Gold Medal Laureate in AnthropologyAuthor: Shahram Khosravi.
This ground-breaking book presents the first evidence of forced labour among displaced migrants who seek refuge in the UK. Through a critical engagement with contemporary debates about precarity, unfreedom and socio-legal status, the book explores how asylum and forced labour are linked, and enmeshed in a broader picture of modern slavery produced through globalised working conditions. Shahram Khosravi's book Precarious Lives is one of these. Professor Khosravi has provided detailed, well-written accounts of the lives of ordinary Iranians, as well as analysis of some contemporary film and artistic endeavors. His narrative gives welcome prominence to the Iranian middle and lower economic classes, with some additional material.
"One way of posing the question of who “we” are in these times of war is by asking whose lives are considered valuable, whose lives are mourned, and whose lives are considered ungrievable. We might think of war as dividing populations into those who are grievable and those who are not. An ungrievable life is one that cannot be mourned because it has never lived, that is, it has never. In her most impassioned and personal book to date, Judith Butler responds in this profound appraisal of post-9/11 America to the current US policies to wage perpetual war, and calls for a deeper understanding of how mourning and violence might instead inspire solidarity and a quest for global justice/5(3).
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“This book addresses one of the most pressing issues of the day: how precarious work is leading to precarious lives. By drawing on experiences in six diverse countries, it provides a potentially optimistic agenda for policy to halt or reverse the damage.
Precarious Lives shouldn’t simply be used to highlight the flaws in the UK immigration system; rather, the book Precarious lives book compelling as a means to improve Author: Hannah Lewis. Precarious Lives is a vital work of contemporary anthropology that serves as a testament to the shared hardship and hope of the Iranian people.
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Progress in Human Geography 39(5)– Li T M To make live or let die. Rural dispossession and the protection of surplus populations. Antipode 41(1)– Malkki, Liisa H. Precarious Lives shouldn’t simply be used to highlight the flaws in the UK immigration system; rather, Precarious lives book book is compelling as a means to improve the system, especially in this globalized society.”.
Precarious Life: The Powers of Mourning and Violence by Judith Butler pp, Verso, £ This little book contains five fairly indignant essays by the distinguished Californian feminist and Author: Mary Midgley. Precarious Lives Waiting and Hope in Iran Shahram Khosravi.
pages | 6 x 9 | 6 illus. Cloth | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the series Contemporary Ethnography "Professor Khosravi has provided detailed, well written accounts of the lives of ordinary Iranians, as well as analysis of some.
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Precarious Lives looks at Job Insecurity across the United States, Canada, France, Great Britain, Scandinavia, Italy and France. The book looks at a cross comparison of standards of living, precarious percentage rates and the effects of social welfare on mitigating the precariousness of unemployment.
The author does an excellent job of toggling /5(5). Precarious Lives shouldn't simply be used to highlight the flaws in the UK immigration system; rather, the book is compelling as a means to improve the system, especially in this globalized society."--Jane Wills, Queen Mary University of London, UK "LSE Review of Books" "Precarious Lives breaks new ground by focusing on the working experiences Author: Hannah Lewis, Peter Dwyer, Stuart Hodkinson.
“Relationality [is] not only [a] descriptive or historical fact of our formation, but also an ongoing normative dimension of our social and political lives, one in which we are compelled to take stock of our interdependence.” ― Judith Butler, Precarious Life: The Powers of Mourning and Violence.
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government's decision to attack Afghanistan and Iraq as a. LSE Review of Books "Precarious Lives breaks new ground by focusing on the working experiences of new and refused asylum seekers as well as trafficked workers in the UK. It exposes the role of hte state in causing and perpetrating modern slavery and makes a powerful demand for action.
“A book that shines with the splendor of engaged thought.” – Brooklyn Rail “Here is a unique voice of courage and conceptual ambition that addresses public life from the perspective of psychic reality, encouraging us to acknowledge the solidarity and the suffering through which we emerge as subjects of freedom.”.
Precarious Life, written just after the events of 9/11 in response to trauma, heightened vulnerability, fear, aggression, and our subsequent engagement in perpetual war, remains a timely and necessary read.
The book is premised on what has come to constitute a human being: namely, as that which counts as a liveable life and a grieveable death/5. You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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Read "Precarious Lives Job Insecurity and Well-Being in Rich Democracies" by Arne L. Kalleberg available from Rakuten Kobo. Employment relations in advanced, post-industrial democracies have become increasingly insecure and uncertain as the ris.
Precarious Lives: Forced Labour, Exploitation and Asylum offers a groundbreaking examination of the forced labour experienced by migrants and asylum seekers seeking refuge in the United Lewis, Peter Dwyer, Stuart Hodkinson and Louise Waite explore the ‘hyper-precarity trap’ that binds their interviewees to exploitative, insecure and often hidden working conditions.
Precarious Lives: Waiting and Hope in Iran (Contemporary Ethnography) - Kindle edition by Khosravi, Shahram. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Precarious Lives: Waiting and Hope in Iran (Contemporary Ethnography).Cited by: About Precarious Life.
In her most impassioned and personal book to date, Judith Butler responds in this profound appraisal of post-9/11 America to the current US policies to wage perpetual war, and calls for a deeper understanding of how mourning and violence might instead inspire solidarity and a.
Editorial Reviews. This book addresses one of the most pressing issues of the day: how precarious work is leading to precarious lives. By drawing on experiences in six diverse countries, it provides a potentially optimistic agenda for policy to halt or reverse the : Precarious Lives: Job Insecurity and Well-Being in Rich Democracies.
By: Arne Kalleberg About this book: Employment relations in advanced, post-industrial democracies have become increasingly insecure and uncertain as the risks associated with work are being shifted from employers and governments to workers.
Arne L. Kalleberg sets out to examine the impact of the liberalization of labor. Read "Precarious Lives Forced Labour, Exploitation and Asylum" by Lewis, Hannah available from Rakuten Kobo.
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