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Neoliberalism as exception : mutations in citizenship and sovereignty / Aihwa Ong.

By: Ong, Aihwa.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 2006Description: 292 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780822337485 (pbk.); 0822337363 (pbk.); 0822337487 (pbk.).Subject(s): Autonomy | State, The | Citizenship | Self-determination, National | Culture and globalization -- China | China -- Politics and government -- 2002- | China -- Economic conditions -- 2000-DDC classification: 323.601 ONG Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction: Neoliberalism as exception, exception to neoliberalism -- Sisterly solidarity: feminist virtue under "moderate Islam" -- Cyberpublics and the pitfalls of diasporic Chinese politics -- Graduated sovereignty -- Zoning technologies in East Asia -- Latitudes, or how markets stretch the bounds of governmentality -- Higher learning in global space -- Labor arbitrage : displacements and betrayals in Silicon Valley -- Baroque ecology, effervescent citizenship -- A biocartography : maids, neoslavery, and NGOs -- Reengineering the "Chinese soul" in Shanghai?
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [261]-278) and index.

Introduction: Neoliberalism as exception, exception to neoliberalism -- Sisterly solidarity: feminist virtue under "moderate Islam" -- Cyberpublics and the pitfalls of diasporic Chinese politics -- Graduated sovereignty -- Zoning technologies in East Asia -- Latitudes, or how markets stretch the bounds of governmentality -- Higher learning in global space -- Labor arbitrage : displacements and betrayals in Silicon Valley -- Baroque ecology, effervescent citizenship -- A biocartography : maids, neoslavery, and NGOs -- Reengineering the "Chinese soul" in Shanghai?

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