Browse Dept. of Sociology by Subject "Political Science, International Law and Relations"
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(2001)By pointing out the complex picture of international sex traffic, this study raises questions not only about the contemporary discourse of international sex traffic, but also about the analytical framework of sex work. It ...
(1991)During the occupation period AMG confronted strong Korean opposition to many labor-management policies. The use of naked force rather than effective administration was the major AMG strategic approach. AMG openly and ...
The World Bank's Risk Management Approach to Poverty as a Form of Neoliberal Governmentality? The Case of "The Social Risk Mitigation Project" in Turkey (2010)I aim to go beyond describing the unintended consequences of the project and answer the question of why these unintended consequences matter. I argue that outcomes that might appear as side effects of an intervention to ...