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Power, politics and the emotions Impossible Governance? Shona Hunter

By: Hunter, Shona.
Publisher: Abingdon Routledge 2015Description: 213 p.ISBN: 9780415555104.Subject(s): POLITICS : PSYCHOLOGY IYR | POWER : SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR INN P | AFFECTIVE PSYCHOLOGY IF | POLICY MAKING : SOCIETY KMJ 9EP | FEMINISM : PSYCHOLOGY IKW RPT | PSYCHOANALYSIS IAK | FOUCAULT : PHILOSOPHY ABF | GOVERNANCE : SOCIAL POLICY QAN N | GOVERNMENT : CONTROL OF POLICY REA XUOther classification: IYR NNP F Online resources: Fulltext available via Taylor & Francis ebooks - Shibboleth login required
Contents:
Acknowledgements -- Governance from a feminist psychosocial perspective -- Governing subjects, repression and equality -- Ordering differentiation : reconfiguring governance as relational politics -- The relational politics of governance -- Governing subjectivities : the politics of ontological detachment and relational connection -- The circulation and distribution of bad feeling -- Resisting the happy governmentalities of diversity -- Sustaining collective challenges to policy monoliths -- Equalities policy as relational hinterland -- Conclusions: mobilising hopeful fictions through differentiated uncertainties -- References. pt. 1. Governance from a feminist psychosocial perspective -- pt. 2. The relational politics of governance.
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Acknowledgements -- Governance from a feminist psychosocial perspective -- Governing subjects, repression and equality -- Ordering differentiation : reconfiguring governance as relational politics -- The relational politics of governance -- Governing subjectivities : the politics of ontological detachment and relational connection -- The circulation and distribution of bad feeling -- Resisting the happy governmentalities of diversity -- Sustaining collective challenges to policy monoliths -- Equalities policy as relational hinterland -- Conclusions: mobilising hopeful fictions through differentiated uncertainties -- References.
pt. 1. Governance from a feminist psychosocial perspective -- pt. 2. The relational politics of governance.

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