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Phenomenology has played an important role in the development of sociological theory. While modern phenomenology’s origins lie in the seminal work of Edmund Husserl, the perspective has, however, never operated as a unified school or system of thought. This article reviews three major traditions...
Analyses of the anti-immigration focus of right-wing populism are regularly inhibited by the conventional terminology employed. The ‘economic argument’ emphasizes competition for economic resources/opportunities/subsidies. The ‘cultural preservation argument’ emphasizes the need to protect a way...
In 2016 Brazil’s Senate ousted the popularly re-elected President Dilma Rousseff, who had been accused of budget mismanagement under the pretense that she committed an impeachable crime that justified the parliamentary coup. This paper investigates the hypothesis that her government was removed...
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