- The Valley of the Clueless. The German public sphere and the Euro crisis.
- Models of Subjectivity for Interpreting the Crisis. A Contribution to William James’ Analysis of Emotions and Consciousness.
- Precarious lives: the production of subjectivity in the contemporary society
- Austerity in Discourse: An EU/US Comparison
- Capitalism and Social Cohesion
- Democracy Disfigured
- Media, Cultural Industry & the Crisis
- Political or Economic Crisis: Quid Prius?
- Senza categoria
- Social Theories Interpreting the Crisis
- Social Transformation, Economic Crisis and the New Dynamics of International Migration
- Subjectivity and the Crisis
- The Current Crisis from the Perspective of Gender
Archivi tag: crisis
Since the financial and economical crisis in the EU has led to strong conflicts between the states of the Euro zone, the political communication in the EU has left the form of a transnational, growing shared public sphere and assumes … Continua a leggere
Very recently the Dutch far-right Geert Wilders started building a pan-European alliance for the 2014 European parliament elections, with Marine Le Pen, from the powerful Front National, and other fellows from other European nations. This has caused lots of surprise … Continua a leggere
My speech has been inspired by reading Is Europe lost? (Europa perduta?, Il Mulino, Bologna 2014). It’s a book composed by two short essays, written by Giuliano Amato and Ernesto Galli Della Loggia. This book is an interesting starting point … Continua a leggere
Meeting the crisis engenders the question, “who is the subject capable of attending the meeting?” As writers like Franco Bifo Berardi note, contemporary capitalism induces a series of pathologies in the individual and social body. At the same time, the … Continua a leggere
“Miracle of the Markets”: How Mainstream and Elite U.S. Media Business Journalists Covered Economic Crisis in Europe
In the past twenty some years we’ve witnessed incredible shrinking of the media diversity in both ownership and content. As few as ten transnational media conglomerates own nearly all media in the United States and this is important because media … Continua a leggere