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On Community, Justice, And Libraries, John Buschman, Dorothy Warner Jan 2016

On Community, Justice, And Libraries, John Buschman, Dorothy Warner

Library Publications

At the core of terms such as “inclusion,” “civic engagement,” “social participation,” and “social justice”—terms that this special issue is built around—are political concepts that have been plumbed deeply by political theorists. Two concepts that underwrite much of this terminology are community and justice, both robustly debated within political theory. It is the premise of this article that exploring those debates—definitions of justice and community put forward and argued—and proposing specific versions of those core concepts will provide a defensible basis for research deploying these terms and a practical raison d’état for the institutions of ...


The Determinants Of Reconstruction: Why Were The 1960-1990 Post-World War Ii Transformations In West Germany And South Korea Successful?, Ithamar Zacharie Aug 2015

The Determinants Of Reconstruction: Why Were The 1960-1990 Post-World War Ii Transformations In West Germany And South Korea Successful?, Ithamar Zacharie

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


Do Demographics Trump Party Loyalty?: A Study Of Legislative Representation, Catherine Soliman Aug 2015

Do Demographics Trump Party Loyalty?: A Study Of Legislative Representation, Catherine Soliman

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


The Sweep Of The Modern Gender Gap: Is Britain Next?, Maxine Lopes Aug 2015

The Sweep Of The Modern Gender Gap: Is Britain Next?, Maxine Lopes

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


The Aftermath: 9/11 And The War On Privacy, Rights And Humanity, Omid Irani Aug 2015

The Aftermath: 9/11 And The War On Privacy, Rights And Humanity, Omid Irani

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


The Civil Rights Realignment: How Race Dominates Presidential Elections `, Timothy J. Hoffman Aug 2015

The Civil Rights Realignment: How Race Dominates Presidential Elections `, Timothy J. Hoffman

Political Analysis

No abstract provided.


State-Seeking Nations: Critical Success Factors, Including Moderate Un Security Council Reform, David Jones, David Jones May 2014

State-Seeking Nations: Critical Success Factors, Including Moderate Un Security Council Reform, David Jones, David Jones

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

This thesis proposes realistic critical success factors of state-seeking nations (breakaway regions) in gaining full statehood. It also includes ramifications to the state-seeking nations with moderate UNSC (P5) reform. This argument proposes that without these critical successful factors, success for a state-seeking nation gaining full statehood is highly unlikely.


Historical Roots Of Faith (In The Market): Neoliberalism Before The “Neo”, John Buschman Jan 2013

Historical Roots Of Faith (In The Market): Neoliberalism Before The “Neo”, John Buschman

Library Publications

No abstract provided.


Democracy, Market Solutions, And Educative Institutions: A Perspective On Neoliberalism, John Buschman Jan 2013

Democracy, Market Solutions, And Educative Institutions: A Perspective On Neoliberalism, John Buschman

Library Publications

No abstract provided.


Japanese National Identity And National Security, Christopher Gene Phillips Jan 2007

Japanese National Identity And National Security, Christopher Gene Phillips

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

This thesis examines the interrelation between national security and nationalism in Japan. Beginning from the stance of classical realism as put forth by Hans Morgenthau, the essay takes a "culturalist" view as its starting point. The culturalist view, in accepting the basic assumptions of classical realism as given, understands that all states act freely and rationally to maximize their interests, defined in terms of power. Power, as Morgenthau points out, is not a fixed concept, its definition being subject to the vicissitudes of time and culture. The culturalist model attempts to understand how each civilization understands power by examining its ...


Questioning The Superstructure: A Marxist Critique Of The Rainbow And Women In Love, Diantha Acevedo May 2003

Questioning The Superstructure: A Marxist Critique Of The Rainbow And Women In Love, Diantha Acevedo

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Questioning The Superstructure: A Marxist Critique Of The Rainbow And Women In Love, Diantha Acevedo May 2003

Questioning The Superstructure: A Marxist Critique Of The Rainbow And Women In Love, Diantha Acevedo

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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