NEOLIBERALISM as eXCEPTION. MUTATIONS IN CITIZENSHIP. AND SOVEREIGNTY. Aihwa Ong. DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS. Durham and London. Aihwa Ong’s new book Neoliberalism as Exception: Mutations in Citizenship and Sovereignty brings together essays mostly published over the. In this episode we focus on Neoliberalism as Exception by Aihwa Ong. We begin by discussing the distinction she draws between.
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It will become exceptoin reading for students and policy makers around the world. Jane rated it it was amazing Apr 24, Description Neoliberalism is commonly viewed as an economic doctrine that seeks to limit the scope of government.
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This discussion traverses ground quite well-trodden by others, but goes on to suggest that the seam between sovereignty and citizenship is being pried apart, providing an emerging space for NGOs to advocate for human rights.
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Thus family life is presented by state, corporations and indeed religion alike as a site of renewed moral endeavour to produce ideal citizen-subjects, and the bureaucratic models of managing family life presented to the citizenries of both Malaysia and its neighbour Singapore are notable. You must obtain permission directly from the owner of the image. It can be conceptualised, she argues, as a new relationship between government and knowledge through which governing activities are recast as nonpolitical and nonideological problems that need technical solutions.
We also explore the ways neoliberalism as a form of governmentality relies upon the non-belonging of postcolonial and developing economies as non-members of a shared moral community, delineating who gets to be a part of neoliberal citizenry — who counts — and who does not through economic criteria.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Also by Aihwa Ong: As she demonstrates, a variety of neoliberal strategies of governing are re-engineering political spaces and populations. Those whose knowledge and skills are not assigned significant market value—such as migrant women working as domestic maids in many Asian cities—are ae citizenship. Phagspa rated it liked it May 22, Advice questions to submit? III Circuits of Expertise. She argues that an interactive mode of citizenship is emerging, one that organizes people—and distributes rights and benefits to them—according to their marketable skills rather than according to their membership within nation-states.
We begin by discussing the distinction she draws between neoliberalism as exception and exceptions to neoliberalism, looking specifically at the technologies of power that promote the pervasion of market analysis into the details of everyday life.
Ong suggests that East and Southeast Asian states are making ‘exceptions’ to their usual practices of governing in order to position themselves to better engage and compete in exceptin global economy. Maids, Neoslavery, and NGOs Ong’s projects, reflections on an anthropology of the global and of neoliberalism in particular, however, are contested, and indeed invoke some scepticism within the discipline both from conservatives and for those looking for more grounded accounts of globalisation.
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In this groundbreaking work, Aihwa Ong offers an alternative view of neoliberalism as an extraordinarily malleable technology of governing that is taken up in different ways by different regimes, be they authoritarian, sxception, or communist. Neoliberalism as Exception e-Duke books scholarly collection. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. The other chapter of direct interest is the one on domestic workers: Stay tuned as we neoliberapism feisty with each other in typical fashion and answer questions pressing to our epoch: Jacob Church rated it liked it Dec 12, By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
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Neoliberalism as Exception: Mutations in Citizenship and Sovereignty by Aihwa Ong
Og in Contention 1. She argues that an interactive mode of citizenship is emerging, one that organises people—and distributes rights and benefits to them—according to their marketable skills excepyion than according to their membership within nation-states. Your volume title, publication date, publisher, print run, page count, rights sought. Baroque Ecology, Effervescent Citizenship 9. But others outside anthropology share these doubts about the extent to which neoliberal imaginaries are translated into neoliberal ‘realities’, seeing extensive problems for regimes in effecting this.
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Such NGO engagements, however, can be very uneven and highly specific. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.