But none of those issues are matters of not merely life and death but of wholesale slaughter and mass immiseration
But it is in that very shift that Stoll identifies the region's turn toward immiseration
There are no safe spaces left for poor minority youth only the promise of immiseration
and a jail cell.
On the Edge offers an extended consideration of literary and cultural responses to what we might consider the long background to this most recent iteration of human immiseration
in this borderland.
It should be noted that The Clintons' Anti-Working-Class Record is emphatically not a pro-Republican or pro-Trump manifesto; the focus is on the Clintons' culpability in a status quo of immiseration
for the working class.
Racialized Neoliberal Capitalism and Imperialism in the Era of Austerity and Immiseration
The trend away from the free-trade bandwagon has even infiltrated the International Monetary Fund --the institution responsible for the immiseration
of millions through its austerity programs.
, Commodification-Marxism Revisited: a Critique of Education in Capitalist Systems.
00 Crime and Punishment - Burjesta Theatre's Autumn production is an in-house adaptation of Fyodor Dostoevsky's 19th century classic novel, 'Crime and Punishment' set among the poverty and immiseration
of Petersburg, Russia.
They likely sped up a process of immiseration
that would have taken place in any case.
For McRobbie, however, immiseration
is not the only story.
Consensus politics precipitated that crisis and saw to it that those who profited from the immiseration
of the American people were not only not punished, but rewarded.