The New Political Economy of Urban Education: Neoliberalism, Race, and the Right to the City Pauline Lipman
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
The New Political Economy Of Urban Education: Neoliberalism, Race, And The Right To The City (Critical Social Thought). Nov 21, 2013 - According to Wikipedia, Neoliberalism is a political philosophy whose advocates support “economic liberalization, free trade and open markets, privatization, deregulation, and decreasing the size of the public sector while increasing In each city there are successful private schools and public schools on the other side of the tracks/highway/river etc. "the shire gets thought of as a utopian repository of Aussie values". Mentioning the "nouveau riche" concept in passing doesn't add a political economic backbone to an otherwise superficial "analysis"of The Shire that essentially states the obvious. Aug 7, 2013 - Finally, it argues that the incipient right to the city provides a productive framework to reimagine the concept of citizenship, and to guide public policy and popular action to ensure adequate housing with dignity for the urban poor and the marginalized. May 9, 2014 - This essay is based on a chapter in the book, Contradictions of Austerity: The Socio-economic Costs of the Neoliberal Baltic Model. This article appears in the Texas Education Review, the new student run journal at the University of Texas at Austin. Dec 22, 2013 - Yet the June protestors were more broadly rallying against the neoliberal economic policies which they perceive to be destroying the very soul of the city. Urbanized and globalized, more anthropologists are turning their attention to the study of the political, economic, historical, and social complexities of contemporary urban life and culture in major metropolitan areas, in which the forces of globalization and localization have a concentrated impact. Sep 9, 2011 - I would like to see Diane Ravitch's Death and Life of the great American School, Klein's Shock Doctrine or Lipman's The New Political Economy of Urban Education: Neoliberal Urbanism, Race, and the Right to the City. Jul 17, 2012 - Then, as now with this new reality show, it was trying to show a particular image of Australia – something that may have been embarrassing but only to those that lived outside its borders. Aug 2, 2011 - Health, Wealth, Online Education and Online Dating. Feb 19, 2014 - Our first guest is Professor Michael Hudson, a research professor of economics at the University of Missouri in Kansas City and the author of two books “The Bubble And Beyond” and “Super Imperialism: The Economic Strategy Of American Empire”. Mar 26, 2014 - What is new and somewhat startling is the full court press by the US government (USG) and its allies and acolytes among the corporate, technical and civil society participants in Internet Governance discussions to extend the use of the . Apr 7, 2010 - Major emphasis is given to the ethnography of city life and its relationship to the practical applications of urban research, especially in the contexts of globalization and neoliberalism. He talks to Greg about austerity in Ireland, how US economic policy has affected Ireland, Europe and the rest of the world as well as how the various political parties in Ireland have mishandled the economic crisis.