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Poverty and the Critical Security Agenda

English · Hardback

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List of contents

Contents: Introduction; The poverty of the security agenda; Human security and social injustice: a global and local story; Locating hegemony and counter-hegemony in Philippine historical experience; Constructions of poverty and insecurity; Coping strategies and counter moves; Neo-liberal hegemony and the illusion of democracy: the rhetoric and reality of people power; Bibliography; Index.


Poverty and the Critical Security Agenda argues that poverty should be a central concern of security studies and critiques existing methodological approaches to poverty and well-being. Using the Philippines as a case study, this book is critical of approaches to poverty that portray the poor as passive objects as opposed to dynamic actors.

Product details

Authors Eadie, Pauline Eadie
Assisted by Nana Poku (Editor of the series), Neil Renwick (Editor of the series)
Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd.
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 31.12.2018
EAN 9780815391111
ISBN 978-0-8153-9111-1
No. of pages 194
Subject Social sciences, law, business > Political science

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