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Resilience as Enhancement: Governmentality and Political Economy beyond ‘Responsibilisation’

Howell, Alison

Politics, February 2015, Vol.35(1), pp.67-71 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Resilience as Enhancement: Governmentality and Political Economy beyond ‘Responsibilisation’
  • Autor: Howell, Alison
  • Assuntos: History & Archaeology ; Political Science
  • É parte de: Politics, February 2015, Vol.35(1), pp.67-71
  • Descrição: Resilience is without a doubt growing as a schema for the operation of politics, something to which scholars interested in politics and international relations are responding from a multiplicity of perspectives. One set of analytical tools that has become especially popular for understanding resilience are those associated with 'governmentality'. Indeed, a number of the articles included in last year's Special Issue of Politics on resilience illuminate our understanding of the role of resilience in contemporary governance practices across an array of sites, including the UK's Community Resilience Programme (Bulley), responses to the 2011 UK riots (Rogers), international state building (Chandler), urban resilience (Coaffee), and comparative analysis of UK and French security strategy (Joseph). Here, I respond in some part to those articles, but also more generally to a wider and rapidly forming understanding of 'resilience as governance'. Adapted from the source document.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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