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Research outputs: GOVERNANCE
2013 General introduction
The current issue, which attempts to fill the gap between 2008 and 2012, is devoted to the theme of inequality and its link to poverty. It c...
The chapter focuses on the years 2010 and 2011. Reference is made to preceding years to the extent that they shed further light on the origi...
2013 The 'state' of social cohesion: re-stating the question of social cohesion and 'nationbuilding'
This chapter's engagement with the state's discourse around social cohesion is informed by a concern with the way in which knowledge produce...