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‘Shared experiences and meanings’
Carol Acton and Jane Potter

, DC. While medical histories have traditionally focused on the factual and concrete, our analyses of the accounts discussed here emphasise the interdependence of experience and emotion, and it is in exploring this interdependence that we find reflected specific commonalities. Although we separate the wars under discussion into their own chapters, in bringing them together collectively, similarities, more than differences, become increasingly visible. Looking at the experiences of trauma and the attendant methods of coping through which the medical personnel

in Working in a world of hurt
James Thompson

of their show The Grandchildren of Hiroshima , and the other a drama workshop programme for Year 1 (five-year-old) primary schoolchildren called Speech Bubbles. The third example comes from a performance of Ruff (2013) by Peggy Shaw and directed by Lois Weaver. In my engagement with these examples, I demonstrate how arts practices can produce or strengthen important interdependent social relations between groups and communities. By foregrounding these relationships in performance these projects invite us to recognise the importance of interdependence within

in Performing care
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Rhiannon Vickers

a version of British foreign policy based on internationalism, which stressed co-operation and interdependence, and a concern with the international as well as the national interest. In this, by far the most important influence on Labour’s foreign policy were liberal views of Vic2-00 _Vic00 10/03/2011 11:18 Page 3 INTRODUCTION 3 international relations. Thus, Labour sought a reformist rather than a radical or revolutionary approach to foreign policy. This study argues therefore that there has been a discernable Labour Party foreign policy throughout the

in The Labour Party and the world
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Lynn Dobson

Conclusion Is there a theoretically grounded conception of EU citizenship to be had, and, if so, what would be its implications vis-à-vis the current European Union? In today’s world of complex rule-making interdependence the prospects for democratically authoritative decision-making beyond state contexts depend on the sorts of responses we can come up with to these kinds of questions. Pressing the concept of citizenship very hard will not help us to do so, and neither will reliance on the models and assumptions of yesteryear. This book tried to answer that

in Supranational Citizenship
Enzo Mingione

18  Enzo Mingione The double movement and the perspectives of contemporary capitalism 1 The perspectives of contemporary capitalism The current financial and economic crisis of industrialised countries, which started in 2008, has made the interpretation of our societies more difficult. We are in an uncertain and dynamic phase, characterised by high rates of growth in some emerging large countries (China, India and Brazil, up to 2015), high levels of economic interdependence and competition on a global scale, strong de-standardisation trends, increasing social

in Western capitalism in transition
Raymond Hinnebusch

While for much of the world globalisation is associated with growing interdependence and the spread of ‘zones of peace’, in the Middle East the decade of globalisation was ushered in by war, was marked by intrusive US hegemony, renewed economic dependency on the core and continuing insecurity, and ended with yet another round of war in 2001. In the early 1990s, prospects looked different to some observers: the end of the Cold War, the second Gulf War, and the advance of economic globalisation seemed to provide a unique

in The international politics of the Middle East
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Action and agency
Lynn Dobson

instance of food right now – while her right has not disappeared, she may not make the relevant claim for the time being. Similarly, should an agent waive a right, the right still exists – it is simply that the agent has chosen not to exercise it. He retains the right, but does not make the claim, or do whatever it is the right sets him at liberty to do. Interaction and interdependence Rights and duties presuppose interdependence amongst a plurality of interacting humans, and are a way of ordering it. For Gewirth, the human existential situation GEWIRTH : ACTION AND

in Supranational Citizenship
Ekphrastic encounters in Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy
Richard Meek

to draw forth a more striking, moving dramatic painting in which speech, gesture, and passionate expression create living art.’5 By contrast, the present chapter seeks to question the paragonal model of ekphrasis, and argues that The Spanish Tragedy highlights drama’s interdependence with, rather than superiority to, other forms of art. The chapter also suggests that the play’s interest in ekphrasis opens up larger questions about borrowing, imitation, and collaboration. Such concerns are reproduced on the level of plot: Hieronimo’s quest for a suitable

in Ekphrastic encounters
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Making sense of conflict
Kirsten Forkert, Federico Oliveri, Gargi Bhattacharyya, and Janna Graham

global conflicts on the repertoires of understanding available to media audiences in Italy and the UK. In 60 War narratives: making sense of conflict a moment when the power and reach of European nations is shifting and the terms of mutuality in the international community are under question, the ways we understand conflict, international responsibility and interdependence impact directly on how migrants are viewed and received. Here we consider the framing of international conflict in the news and other media sources and the interplay between this media experience

in How media and conflicts make migrants
Sandra Buchanan

culture, along with his interdependence gap, justice gap and process–structure gap theories, support a constructive framework. For Lederach, conflict resolution does not ‘adequately describe the ongoing nature of conflict in the relational ebb and flow over time, or its usefulness in the construction of peace’. 25 Conflict transformation, however, is much

in Transforming conflict through social and economic development