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life, and chairwoman of the Association for the Support of Contemporary Living ( Çağdaş Yaşamı Destekleme Derneği , çydd ), a secular civil society civil society civil society organisation mainly working for girls’ education, who was interrogated and her house and offices raided in April

In: Turkey: The Pendulum between Military Rule and Civilian Authoritarianism
Author: Brecht De Smet

-criticism and perception of inborn weakness, was in the revolutionary climate turned outwards as positive energy and a discovery of self-worth, real rather than superficial connectedness to others, and limitless power to change frozen reality. bamyeh 2011 Technical Assistance Tahrir became a project of life

In: A Dialectical Pedagogy of Revolt
Author: L. Westra

to statehood are that it is living, or could live a decent communal life which would be protected or enhanced by statehood, so long as the life of similar groups is not thereby worsened in a way that they have a right to avoid (Gilbert 1994: 123). Paul Gilbert is here attempting to set the limits

In: Globalization, Violence and World Governance
Author: Brecht De Smet

molecular movements. In precisely the same sense, the living cell is the real unit of biological analysis because it preserves the basic characteristics of life that are inherent in the living organism.1 Vygotsky 1987a, 46 According to Blunden, Vygotsky deployed ‘joint artifact-mediated action’ as his

In: A Dialectical Pedagogy of Revolt
Author: Brecht De Smet

demands expressed the goals of the national-popular bloc.2 Once in 1 Cf. Chapter 10. 2 Gramsci commented that: “In a whole series of countries, therefore, military influence in national life means not only the influence and weight of the military in the technical sense, but the influence and weight of

In: A Dialectical Pedagogy of Revolt
Author: L. Westra

, and pest outbreaks (f) Alien taxa (growth of foreign organisms) 3. Direct Depletion of Human Living Systems (a) Epidemics (b) Emerging and re-emerging diseases cosmopolitanism and neoliberal democracy in conflict 123 (c) Reduced quality of life (d) Reduced human cultural diversity (e) Economic

In: Globalization, Violence and World Governance
Author: L. Westra

Maastricht Treaty, included: environmental concerns, convergence of economic policies, social pro- tection … also “sustainable” growth “and “quality of life” in addition to a “raised standard of living” (Craig and de Búrca 2003). Th ese inclusions indicate a balanced and progressive approach to

In: Globalization, Violence and World Governance