Contradictions Of Control

Author: Linda M. McNeil
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135209286
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Because the organization of the classroom and the school provide the framework for teaching and learning, this important volume reviews research that focuses on specific issues including: achievement effects of alternative school and ...

The End Of The Refugee Cycle

Author: Richard Black
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 9781571819871
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Refugee Repatriation and Reconstruction Richard Black, Khalid Koser.
Contradictions and Control in Repatriation: Negotiations for the Return of
500,000 Eritrean Refugees Lucia Ann McSpadden Introduction During the
longest standing armed conflict in Africa - the Eritrean struggle for liberation from
Ethiopia - over one-quarter of Eritrea's population became refugees. The majority
, as many as 500,000 people, sought asylum in Sudan, where some have now
been for up to thirty years ...

The Politics Of Crime Control

Author: Professor Kevin Martin Stenson
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9781446234365
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the. Contradictions. of. Crime. Control. under. Patriarchy. Jill Radford and
Elizabeth A. Stanko Before engaging with our title subject, we will introduce
ourselves and our relationship to the issue of violence against women and
children and the academic debates about crime control. Jill Radford, a British
feminist, has been active in researching, theorizing and campaigning against
violence against women since the late 1970s. Betsy Stanko, an American
feminist now working in Britain, ...

Missionary Zeal And Institutional Control

Author: Jon Miller
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136876189
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Contradictions. and. Their. Consequences. As sociologists use the term, a
contradiction exists in an organization when a practice that is indispensable for
one desired outcome inescapably under— mines another. I will describe two
such situations that complicated the work of the Basel Mission, both connected to
the measures the Mission had devised to preserve internal order. As the
discussion of authority in the preceding chapter has shown, centralization of
control in the Mission ...

Work And Employment In The High Performance Workplace

Author: Giles Anthony
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135842175
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But the cycles theory is correct in seeing labour control strategies as shifting
andas having inherent tensions. We have shown that NFWOdo not simply
escapethe problems ofTaylorism. Theyhave their own contradictions: specific
ones, such asbalancing individual responsibility against loyalty toteams, or
reconciling work team autonomy and the need to meet externally imposed targets
; and more generic ones around the balance between control and autonomy and
the extent towhich ...

Encyclopedia Of Educational Theory And Philosophy

Author: D. C. Phillips
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1483364755
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... successful students to a path leading to managerial and professional positions
and the rest of the students to skilled and unskilled labor positions. This view of
the hidden curriculum came into prominence in the 1970s. In England, Paul Willis
explored the role of schools in assigning working-class children to workingclass
jobs; Michael W. Apple and Linda McNeil were important voices for this line of
thought in the United States. McNeil in her Contradictions of Control: Social
Structure ...

The Contradictions Of Real Socialism

Author: Michael Lebowitz
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 1583673385
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vanguard is the “direct, instruction-based bureaucratic control of a command-
economy nature.” At the heart of the directive central plan—“a monumental piece
of bureaucratic coordination aimed at prior reconciliation of the processes of the
economy”—is the attempt to coordinate and control the entire economy as “a
single, nationwide 'factory'” directed from a single center. Of course, to implement
the plan, “the chief method used by the higher authority to control the lower in all
the ...

Symbolic Gestures And The Generation Of Global Social Control

Author: Dawn Rothe
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 9780739111864
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The development of, and conflict over, the International Criminal Court reflects
broader tensions and contradictions within international law itself. Previously, we
have discussed the historical trends and forces leading up to the creation of the
ICC, as well as many of the specific conflicts that drove the negotiations of the
Rome Statute itself. We will now turn our attention to conflicts that continue — and
will continue — to plague the implementation and operation of the court. The
passage ...

Amid Social Contradictions

Author: Gisela Hauss
Publisher: Barbara Budrich
ISBN: 3866491506
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The state and its agents carried out this double-faced task of care and control at
all levels of social life, moving gradually from tough and selective schemes of
social security and insurance to the “bright future” of a communist welfare state.
The development of Soviet social policy followed the ideological formulae
common in many industrial countries during the modernisation period. Our aim
was not to identify the shortcomings of the Soviet model but, following the idea of
Christina ...