Exploring neoliberal social-reproduction: a working theoretical framework

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Leyva, Rodolfo;
  • Publisher: Centre for Public Policy Research, King's College London

This article proposes a working theoretical framework to explain and explore processes of neoliberal social reproduction. I focus on the interplay between neoliberal political-economic discourses and practices, contemporary Western media-culture, and individual agency. ... View more
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