By Monique Nuijten and Gerhard Anders
Read or Download Corruption and the Secret of Law (Law, Justice and Power) PDF
Best politics & state books
With political controversies raging over matters reminiscent of the donning of headscarves in colleges and the point out of Christianity within the eu structure, spiritual matters are of growing to be value in ecu politics. during this quantity, Byrnes and Katzenstein study the impression that growth to nations with various and better spiritual traditions can have at the european as a complete, and specifically on its homogeneity and assumed secular nature.
In July 2000, God despatched a watchman to Madison sq. backyard in big apple urban with caution of an impending shock assault that may be an indication pointing to the tip occasions. while this very factor occurred fourteen months afterward Sept. 11, it proved to be God's bad catalyst to start the end-times correct earlier than our eyes.
What precisely is torture? may still we torture suspected terrorists in the event that they have information regarding destiny violent acts? Defining torture rigorously, the e-book defends the concept that every body are important, and rejects ethical defenses of torture. It focuses rather on practices like sensory deprivation, which perniciously assault the human psyche.
This quantity brings rising study on faith and improvement into dialog with politics. Deploying cutting edge conceptual frameworks, and drawing on empirical study from throughout modern Asia, this assortment makes an incisive contribution to the research of reduction and improvement approaches.
Extra resources for Corruption and the Secret of Law (Law, Justice and Power)
At heart, the corruptive exchange is only one of the possible modalities of interaction between state and citizens, or between public services and users, and for this reason must be reinserted into a larger movement of social relations based on exchange, reciprocity, and negotiation. The gaze slides here from transgression to transaction “in which one party exchanges wealth—or trades on more durable assets such as kinship ties—for a measure of influence over the authoritative decisions of government” (Scott 1969: 321).
Philps, M. (2002) Conceptualising Political Corruption. In: A. J. Heidenheimer and M. ) Political Corruption: Concepts and Contexts. 3rd ed. New Brunswick, NJ and London: Transaction Publishers: 41–57. Reno, W. (1995) Corruption and State Politics in Sierra Leone. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ries, N. (2002) “Honest” Bandits and “Warped People:” Russian Narratives about Money, Corruption and Moral Decay. In: C. Greenhouse, K. Warren and E. Mertz (eds) Ethnography in Unstable Places: Everyday Lives in Contexts of Dramatic Political Change.
2001) The Network Inside Out. Ann Arbor: Michigan University Press. Roitman, J. (2005) Fiscal Disobedience: An Anthropology of Economic Regulation in Central Africa. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Rose-Ackerman, S. (1999) Corruption and Government: Causes, Consequences and Reform. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Sampson, S. (2005) Integrity Warriors: Global Morality and the Anti-Corruption Movement in the Balkans. In: D. Haller and C. Shore (eds) Corruption: Anthropological Perspectives.
Corruption and the Secret of Law (Law, Justice and Power) by Monique Nuijten and Gerhard Anders