By Michalis Lianos
Dangerous Others, Insecure Societies examines the flip in post-industrial societies in the direction of a terror of cultural, racial or spiritual externality, adopting a ground-breaking research which considers 'insecurity' a constituent a part of 'otherness', instead of anything separate or following from it. through addressing the hyperlink among lack of confidence and otherness, this e-book sheds mild at the modern cultures of worry and chance that experience made attainable the competitive measures that the 2001 terrorist assaults within the US and which proceed to dominate modern geopolitics. the results of specific socio-economic and political situations, a feeling of worry when it comes to the opposite has emerged as an alternative for the social bond, as otherness and risk are more and more linked to each other - a improvement that looks paradoxical within the glossy, globalized world.
Bringing jointly the most recent learn from students within the united kingdom, Europe and Australia, risky Others, Insecure Societies engages with varied matters surrounding migration, authoritarianism and social exclusion to contemplate the consequences of a tradition of worry and exclusion for multicultural, globalized, networked societies. As such, it's going to entice sociologists, geographers, social anthropologists and political scientists eager about questions of identification, citizenship, exclusion and belonging.
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Dangerous Others, Insecure Societies: Fear and Social Division by Michalis Lianos