Tag Archives: capitalism

On SAGE Insight: The Future of Urban Populism

From New Labor Forum America’s cities are the key vectors for progressive change in the next decade. Most large cities contain a majority non-white population with a hunger for change. Young white progressives are also flocking to cities searching for … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Why Did a Majority of White Women Vote for Trump?

From New Labor Forum This paper examines the recent American election where Trump beat Clinton to become the President of the USA, and discusses the role of the female vote in his win. No single fact about the highly improbable … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Thought-time, money-time and the conditions of free academic labour

From Time & Society The aim of this paper is to extend the general critique of academic capitalism to the changes in the nature of academic work time it is bringing about. It is argued that university teaching and research … Continue reading

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Islamic Encounters in Consumption and Marketing

Special Issue: Islamic encounters in consumption and marketing From Marketing Theory The articles in this special issue are located within the critical perspective and aim to contribute to the debates surrounding the relationship between Islam, consumption, and markets. The articles illustrate … Continue reading

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