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by James Martin,Steve Bastow


Third Way Discourse: Euro. has been added to your Cart. Steve Bastow is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the Kingston University, London James Martin is Lecturer in Politics at the University of London.

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Third Way Discourse book. This book introduces the history of third way ideology, surveys its various contrasting forms and locates it within the context of a recurrent crisis of modern European ideologies

Third Way Discourse book. This book introduces the history of third way ideology, surveys its various contrasting forms and locates it within the context of a recurrent crisis of modern European ideologies. The authors apply a theoretical approach that draws upon contemporary theories of discourse. Understood discursively, third way ideas seek to displace received ideological dichotomies and fashion a sense of common moral purpose and identity at times of accumulated social dislocation.

Edinburgh University Press (2003). Ideology and Antagonism in Modern Italy: Poststructuralist Reflections. Similar books and articles. Twentieth Century Political Philosophy.

Third Way Discourse: European Ideologies in the Twentieth Century .

Third Way Discourse: European Ideologies in the Twentieth Century (Paperback). Steve Bastow (author), Martin James (author), James Martin (author). The 'Third Way' has been hailed by European social democrats as the ideology of the 'radical centre'. Steering a route between state collectivism on the one hand, and market-led neo-liberalism on the other, it promises a new form of governance based on principle not dogma.

Steve Bastow is senior lecturer in politics at Kingston University, London. James Martin is lecturer in politics at Goldsmiths College, University of London.

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The 'Third Way' has been hailed by European social democrats as the ideology of the 'radical centre'. Steering a route between state collectivism on the one hand, and market-led neo-liberalism on the other, it promises a new form of governance based on principle not dogma. But third way thinking is not a new phenomenon, and nor is it exclusively of the left. Similar ideas were developed throughout the twentieth century and across the political spectrum, from fascism to ecologism. This book introduces the history of third way ideology, surveys its various contrasting forms and locates it within the context of a recurrent crisis of modern European ideologies.The authors apply a theoretical approach that draws upon contemporary theories of discourse. Understood discursively, third way ideas seek to displace received ideological dichotomies and fashion a sense of common moral purpose and identity at times of accumulated social dislocation. Rather than focus narrowly on issues of public policy, Bastow an
Third Way Discourse: European Ideologies in the Twentieth Century ebook
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