The politics of Anthony Giddens’s social theory:\ud utopian realism and late modern social democracy\ud beyond the Third Way

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Kolarz, Peter;
(2011)
  • Subject: HM0481

This thesis takes a new approach to understanding the works of Anthony Giddens, specifically his theory of structuration, his analysis of late modernity and his political project, the Third Way. It will show that the creation of a reflexive, empowered, late-modern self ... View more
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