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Between Republic and Market

Between Republic and Market

This book provides the first comprehensive study in English of contemporary French opposition to globalisation.
Our Price: €84.34
ISBN/EAN9781441128416
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Publisher: Continuum Publishing Corporation
Pub. Date: July 12 2012
Author: Waters, Sarah
Format: Hardback
Pages:224
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The rise of neo-liberal globalisation has posed major challenges for all European countries, identifying itself as the key political tension of the coming era. Yet, it is in France that globalisation has produced the deepest tensions, and it is here that it has generated its greatest political resistance. The author pursues two separate lines of enquiry. First, she considers the influence of French political tradition and an enduring legacy of republicanism in shaping contemporary opposition. If globalisation poses a greater ideological threat in France than elsewhere, this is because it comes into conflict with the foundational values and symbols of the FrenchRepublic. Secondly, she examines contemporary French opposition as a site for political and ideological renewal. Many critics now agree that it is within this emergent movement, rather than within traditional parties, that new forms of political practice and ideology are being invented.
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