Dropping the China and Picking Up Some of the Pieces: Neoliberalism, Social Vulnerability, and “Residual Benevolence”

Sam Scott, Kenny Lynch and Rachel Bennett Geography, School of Natural and Social Sciences, University of Gloucestershire Introduction Building upon recent research published in Antipode...
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Welfare Reform and the Production of Ignorance

Welfare benefits in the UK have in recent years risen faster than wages. So the coalition government introduced the Welfare Benefits Uprating Bill - which passed comfortably in the Commons earlier...
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The message

by Christian Anderson, City University of New York Not too long ago, a forwarded message arrived in my inbox. Simply titled ‘2012’, it was addressed to dozens of other people, and I could see...
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