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by Patricia Ventura

Author: Patricia Ventura
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (October 10, 2012)
Pages: 176 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.2
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Contents: Introduction: American neoliberal culture; Understanding the components of American neoliberal culture; Learning from neoliberal Las Vegas: understanding globalization in location; Home is where the market is: corporatocracy in context; Poverty and welfare: hyperlegality.

Contents: Introduction: American neoliberal culture; Understanding the components of American neoliberal culture; Learning from neoliberal Las Vegas: understanding globalization in location; Home is where the market is: corporatocracy in context; Poverty and welfare: hyperlegality and the erosion of welfare-state society; Biopower and Operation Iraqi (governing through) freedom; Conclusion: resisting neoliberal culture; Works cited; Index.

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Both are focused on food, using one of the basic aspects of our daily lives to rethink how America, and thus the world, will organise its resources in the future.

In Neoliberal Culture: Living With American Neoliberalism (Ashgate, 2012), Patricia Ventura explores the relationship between contemporary American culture and the ideology that seems to underpin much of American life. The book integrates a range of theoretical perspectives, including the work of Michel Foucault and David Harvey, with contemporary social policy and cultural studies examples. Both are focused on food, using one of the basic aspects of our daily lives to rethink how America, and thus the world, will organise its resources in the future.

Introduction: American neoliberal culture; Understanding the components of American neoliberal culture; Learning from neoliberal Las Vegas: understanding globalization in location; Home is where the market is: corporatocracy in context; Poverty and welfare: hyperlegality.

Introduction: American neoliberal culture; Understanding the components of American neoliberal culture; Learning from neoliberal Las Vegas: understanding globalization in location; Home is where the market is: corporatocracy in context; Poverty and welfare: hyperlegality and the erosion of welfare-state society; Biopower and Operation Iraqi (governing through) freedom; Conclusion: resisting neoliberal culture; Works cited; Index. Other related books: Neoliberalism and Technoscience: Critical Assessments.

Neoliberalism (Ashgate, 2012), Patricia Ventura explores the relationship between contemporary American culture and the ideology that seems to underpin much of American life.

Departing from the conventional understanding of neoliberalism as a set of economic and political policies favoring free markets, Neoliberal Culture presents a framework for analyzing neoliberalism in the United States as a culture-or structure of feeling- which shapes American everyday life

Neoliberal Culture presents a framework for analysing neoliberalism in the United States as a culture – or structure of feeling – which shapes American everyday life.

Neoliberal Culture presents a framework for analysing neoliberalism in the United States as a culture – or structure of feeling – which shapes American everyday life. The book proposes five 'components' as the keys to any study of American neoliberal culture: biopower, corporatocracy, globalization, the erosion of welfare-state society, and hyperlegality.

by Patricia Ventura (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1138115613.

Departing from the conventional understanding of neoliberalism as a set of economic and political policies favoring free markets, Neoliberal Culture presents a framework for analyzing neoliberalism in the United States as a culture-or structure of feeling- which shapes American everyday life.

Departing from the conventional understanding of neoliberalism as a set of economic and political policies favoring free markets, Neoliberal Culture presents a framework for analyzing neoliberalism in the United States as a culture-or structure of feeling- which shapes American everyday life. The book proposes five 'components' as the keys to any study of American neoliberal culture: biopower, corporatocracy, globalization, the erosion of welfare-state society, and hyperlegality, these five components enabling rich analyses of key artifacts of the neoliberal era, including the Iraq War, Las Vegas, welfare reform, Walmart, and Oprah's Book Club. Carefully organized according to its central themes and adopting a case study approach in order to allow for thorough, illustrated analyses, this book is an important tool for scholars and students of contemporary cultural studies, popular culture, American Studies, and sociology.