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In a country founded on the principle of hard work and the resulting success, what better means to boost the economy of a capitalist society than to motivate academic excellence that continues from college to performance and success in the business world?
One might also expect light Green lawyers to believe that it is quite in order to accept honorific "social status" awards given out by the establishment, as marks of appreciation for their contributions to upholding the continuity of industrial capitalist society.
expansionary industrial capitalist society is a cruelly illusory path to
Many of these hard-fought-for laws were aimed at rounding off some of the rough edges of modern capitalist society.
Paradoxically, this is also the point where he diverges from Adorno's well-worn conclusion about art's role in capitalist society, in works that literally careen between material instability and uncertainty.
of Vienna) introduce 21 chapters by multi- disciplinary contributors who explore their break with traditional Continental philosophy, problems provoked by the New in a capitalist society, and commitments to rights and freedoms.
Left biocentrism functions as a de facto "left wing" of the Deep Ecology movement, upholding its subversive potential and opposing any "accommodation" to industrial capitalist society.
Presumably any resident of a capitalist society was automatically guilty and only the unenlightened need further edification.
of Strathclyde, Scotland) explores how gender differences and inequalities in the teaching profession and educational institutions became embedded in British capitalist society as a social norm.
When Rosa Luxemburg quoted Engels' famous warning that capitalist society faced the choice between the advance to socialism or a reversion to barbarism in 1916, she pointed to the violence of World War I as the evidence of a reversion to barbarislm.
Writers and architects share a similar dynamic with readers and visitors; this conversation between architect de Portzamparc and theorist Sollers addresses the analogous nature of writing and architecture, suggesting that new rules be set for each creation rather than resorting to limitations of the capitalist society.
As China continues its transition to a capitalist society and to a socialist society, Chinese sociologists have been exploring ways of creating harmony and sustainability.
of Ulster, Northern Ireland) offers a thorough analysis of the theory of masculinity with a focus on the presence and development of the notion of profeminism and the impact of profeminism on politics in capitalist society.
Renger explores Canadian novels in English that use mapping and historiography as themes, metaphors and narrative models, namely Steffler's The Afterlife of George Cartwright, which explores colonial ideologies and their aftereffects, Marlatt's Ana Historic, which challenges patriarchal mappings, Ondaatje's In the Skin of a Lion, which explains Canada as a capitalist society based on colonial values, and his The English Patient, which describes the difficulties of establishing identity under globalization.
He analyzes the nature of power in capitalist society and argues for an autonomist strategy of resistance that moves towards social self-determination.