First he maps the development of human resource management practices as ideological control mechanisms to naturalize organizational power asymmetries, hence providing employees under modern capitalism with emancipatory
awareness and opening up avenues for the theoretical development of critical theory.
Introduction: a reflection upon health surveillance and its emancipatory
Thinking Freedom in Africa conceives emancipatory
politics beginning from the axiom that "people think" - the idea that anyone is capable of engaging in a collective thought-practice.
Ultimately, the author argues that the palpable sense of the neoliberal present as time stalled, without hope for emancipatory
futures, and has had far-reaching effects on how people think about the nature of political action and justice.
The rule of law lives at once as an emancipatory
idea in the minds of their long-suffering citizens, and as a key element in the discourse of legality employed daily by their authoritarian governments.
Why, Gutierrez asks, did collective social movements with such enormous emancipatory
potential eventually run out of steam by 2005, thus paving the way for the reconstruction of state power in the hands of Evo Morales Ayma's Movimiento al Socialismo (mas; Movement toward Socialism)?
Bilgic presents how the concept of 'trust-learning' (as an alternative to exclusion or fear) is operationalized in emancipatory
In that regard, Madiha is heir to the emancipatory
trend championed by the legendary Fatima Ahmed Ibrahim as editor of the monthly Sawt al-Mara (est.
teaching breaks away from mainstream thinking and teaches students to apply new knowledge to problems and experiences.
Hosek goes beyond the usual scholarly focus on northern orientalization and exoticization of the Global South to explore how northern intellectuals have eagerly looked for inspiration in southern emancipatory
Habermas proposed a tripartite theory of cognitive interest centered on work, practical and emancipatory
As a result, we are confronted to a paradox, which has yet to be adequately addressed in the literature, whereby we concurrently strive to actualize the emancipatory
potential of our knowledge without, in so doing, speaking on the behalf of a voiceless and invisible other.