Welfare Discipline: Discourse, Governance, and Globalization

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Index
Addams, Jane, 140, 162, 177–78
Agamben, Giorgio, 158–60, 164–66, 171–73
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), 99–100, 148–49
Althusser, Louis, 24n
Americanization of global welfare policy discourse, 8, 20–26
Anderson, John, 35–36
aphasia, and the dependency metonomy, xvi–xvii, 135–38
Arendt, Hannah, 158–59, 172, 174
Aristotle, 172
assets-based discourse: and the culture of poverty, 117, 134; and capabilities vs. competence, 110, 129–32
Astudillo, Javier, 34–35
Atlantic crossings and welfare discourse, 21, 110
authoritarian populism, and George Bush, 166n
autonomy, and interdependence, in dependency discourse, 48–50
Avery, James, 103
Badiou, Alan, 171
Balkin, J.M., 65–66
bare life, and the state of emergency, 150, 158–65
barriers, and welfare reform discourse, 102–03
basic income guarantee, and entitlement vs. compensation, 176–77
Bateson, Gregory, 65
Benjamin, Walter, 164–65
Bergman, Helena, 60
Bernstein, Jared, 97, 124–25
Berven, Nina, 64n
Bevir, Mark, xii
Blair, Tony, 25
Blank, Rebecca, 23–24, 57
Block, Fred, 138
Bonoli, Guiliano, 28–30
Bonvin, Jean-Michel, 28–30
Boston/Berlin debate: Ireland and globalization discourse, 20–21, 40
bounded rationality, and race bias in welfare reform, 102
Bourdieu, Pierre, 111–12
Brand, Robert, 123
Bush, George W., 107, 116–17, 126, 154–55
Callaghan, James, 24
capabilities vs. competence, in assets-based discourse, 110, 129–32
Carmichael, Stokely, 73n
Casey Foundation, and assets building, 120
Cash-for-Care, Norway and gender-sensitive policy, 63–64
Child Trust Fund (UK), and assets-based discourse, 132–33
Christ, 169
Christianity: genius of, 164n; morality of, 139, 164n, 168–69
circular causality: in compassion vs. compassion fatigue, 152; and the discourse of globalization, 5, 12–14; and gender, 66–69; and race, 104–05 and vicious cycles, xi;
Clinton, Bill, 148
Cloward, Richard, 38, 98, 140
Coleman, James, 112
compassion vs. compassion fatigue, as a vicious cycle, 152
compassion, and social welfare policy, 153
compensation, vs. entitlement, 175–77
Connolly, William, 158n
convergence of welfare states, 16
Crenshaw, Kimberle, 79n
crisis narrative, and globalization discourse, 5; and welfare reform, 147
cultural software, and gender, 67

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • 1 - The Truth of Globalization Discourse 1
  • 2 - Reversed Polarities 15
  • 3 - Truth Is a Woman 43
  • 4 - Welfare as Racemaking 70
  • 5 - Recommodified Discourse 107
  • 6 - Deconstructing Dependency 136
  • 7 - Compassionate Liberalism 153
  • Index 181
  • About the Author 185
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