4 edition of Research in Biopolitics found in the catalog.
October 1996 by JAI Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Albert Somit (Editor), Steven A. Peterson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||227|
Sociobiology, , and the group of books authored or co-authored by Lionel Tiger beginning in the early s. It was thus somewhat of a surprise to find that these authors and works were not well cited in Research in Biopolitics. When referred to at all, most . The Biopolitics of Breast Cancer is persuasive, thickly textured, and beautifully written. This is a book that will attract a diverse readership, be taught in classrooms, and—ultimately—set agendas. Nonparticipant observational research techniques, Carol Barner-Barry-- "drawn by light" - visual recording methods in biopolitics, Frank Kemp Salter-- experimental methods and attitudes towards leaders, Roger Masters and Baldwin Way-- facial dominance, Allan Mazur and Ulrich Mueller-- verbal, vocal, and visual aspects of political speech - a case study of Clinton's inaugural address, James N. “Biopolitics” is a term that refers to the intersection and mutual incorporation of life and politics.
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Books in series. Politics and the Life Sciences: The State of the Discipline, Volume The world of biology and politics: Organization and research areas, Volume Biopolicy: The Life Sciences and Public Policy, Volume Biology.
The World of Biology and Politics:Organization and Research Areas: 11 (Research in Biopolitics) Pdf. E-Book Review and Description: This amount describes (a) the present instructional and institutional standing of Biopolitics and (b) the large choice of evaluation areas which have emerged inside the topic.
Contemporary research on biopolitics and the environment has taken these arguments in two directions. The first examines how biopolitical techniques render ‘climate change’ an object of.
A growing number of articles and books have been published that provide useful overviews of the different forms of research on biopolitics in the Foucauldian tradition.
Lemke offers the first book-length introduction to the field. It is an important starting point for any student of biopolitics, as it makes a clear distinction between the numerous conflicting uses of the term. In his recent book Bios, he rereads biopolitics through the lens of his paradigm of immunization (Esposito,) and tries to explain how, in modernity, a politics of life 'continually.
Review Article: Biopolitics After Three Decades – A Balance Sheet Article (PDF Available) in British Journal of Political Science 28(03) - July with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Routledge Handbook of Biopolitics.
provides an up to the minute snapshot of current scholarship as well as signposting several fruitful avenues for future research. This book is both an. Mills, CBiopolitics and the concept of life. in VW Cisney & N Morar (eds), Biopower: Foucault and Beyond.
The University of Chicago Press, Chicago IL USA, pp. Biopolitics Cited by: 1. 'Catherine Mills's book is a brilliant introduction to the emerging field of research on biopolitics. It offers a sophisticated yet accessible overview of the main theories and thematic areas in the studies of biopolitics and will be indispensable reading both for beginners in this field and the more advanced readership.'.
PDF | On Jan 1,Thomas Lemke and others published Biopolitics. An Advanced Introduction | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Thomas Lemke.
The concept of biopolitics has emerged as one of the key terms of contemporary attempts to understand the present political condition. It is used to discuss phenomena as diverse as the way that biological knowledge has come to guide our sense of who we are, various aspects of global capital, governmental policies worldwide that intervene in different ways in the constitution of populations and.
Research in Biopolitics: Politics and the Life Sciences: The State of the Discipline (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this product Brand new: lowest price. This book examines the development of biopolitics as an academic perspective within political science.
It reviews the work of the leading proponents of this perspective and presents a comprehensive view of biopolitics as a framework to structure political inquiry.
TY - BOOK. T1 - Biopolitics. AU - Mills, Catherine June. PY - Y1 - UR - This volume describes (a) the present academic and institutional status of Biopolitics and (b) the wide range of research areas that have emerged within the field.
The Introduction puts into perspective the major differences and similarities between Biopolitics and more traditional approaches to political science in terms of basic concepts.
Description Part of a series presenting research in biopolitics. This fourth volume contains essays by various contributors on topics such as nonparticipant observational research methods, visual.
Mills, CBiopolitics and human reproduction. in S Prozorov & S Rentea (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Biopolitics. Routledge, Abingdon Oxon UK, pp. Biopolitics Author: Catherine Mills. Research in Biopolitics is the only book series that focuses specifically on the relationship between biology and politics, and provides contemporary research for practitioners, including anthropologists, sociologists, economists, biopolitical researchers, as well as students of law and political science.
Research in Biopolitics, Volume 10 | Biology can inform public policy in a number of ways. This volume explores the linkage of the life sciences with policy (what the book refers to as biopolicy). It features two points of departure: the implications of the neurosciences for public policy; and the implications of evolutionary theory for policy-making.
Research In Biopolitics: Volume 8: Evolutionary Approaches In The Behavioral Sciences: Toward A Better Understanding of Human Nature Editors Steven A.
Peterson Albert Somit () Research In Biopolitics: Volume 9: Biology and Political Behavior: The Brain, Genes and Politics - the Cutting Edge ; Editor Albert Somit (). The problematic of biopolitics has become increasingly important in the social sciences.
Inaugurated by Michel Foucault’s genealogical research on the governance of sexuality, crime and mental illness in modern Europe, the research on biopolitics has developed into a broader interdisciplinary orientation, addressing the rationalities of power over living beings in diverse spatial Cited by: 5.
"Resisting Biopolitics provides a diverse array of thought within the biopolitical canon, with several driving themes: There is a vital force of ‘life’, energy or matter that brings with it the potential for political resistance; common biopolitical concepts such as ‘bare life’ often disregard the.
Within IS, governmentality studies and research inspired by Foucault's work on biopolitics focus on four key developments in contemporary global politics: the importance of knowledge/power both in global politics and institutionalized international relations scholarship, the changing nature of sovereign power and the shift from the geopolitical toward the biopolitical, the importance of “rationalities” and Author: Benjamin J.
Muller. Beyond Bioethics addresses these provocative issues from an emerging standpoint that is attentive to race, gender, class, disability, privacy, and notions of democracy—a "new biopolitics." This authoritative volume provides an overview for those grappling with. Somit and S. Peterson (Eds.), Research in Biopolitics, Vol 4 (London: JAI Press) pp A great quote that sums up what the article is all about is early on in the journal.
“Our focus here is on facial dominance, the degree to which a person is judged from his or her facial appearance to be dominant, assertive and a leader, as opposed to. In creating the “Biopolitics” book series for New York University Press, we hoped to achieve several intellectual and pragmatic goals.
First, we wanted to solicit and encourage new book projects examining the potent intersection of medicine and technoscience with human bodies and lives. TY - CHAP. T1 - Biopolitics, liberal eugenics, and nihilism. AU - Mills, Catherine June. PY - Y1 - M3 - Chapter (Book) SN - Cited by: This volume examines cutting edge research in the study of biology and politics.
Following an introduction from the editors it is divided into two main sections. The first part of the book explores the linkage between evolution, genetics and polit. research tools.
Many of the ideas developed there were later to be taken up in his various book projects. However, he was in fact never to elaborate in writing on some of the research angles he presented there. Foucault's early and unexpected death meant that two of the key.
His research interests include political theory, political pluralism, democracy and pluralism, interest groups, politics and religion, and morality policy, especially biopolitics. His recent books include The Political Theory of Modus Vivendi (with John Horton and Manon Westphal; Springer ) and Wertkonflikte als Herausforderung der.
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Book Description. The problematic of biopolitics has become increasingly important in the social sciences. Inaugurated by Michel Foucault’s genealogical research on the governance of sexuality, crime and mental illness in modern Europe, the research on biopolitics has developed into a broader interdisciplinary orientation, addressing the rationalities of power over living beings in diverse.
Given the profound moral-ethical controversies regarding the use of new biotechnologies in medical research and treatment, such as embryonic research and cloning, this book sheds new light on the role of religious organizations and actors in influencing the.
Carlos Novas, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Biopolitics and Biocitizenship. As the terms biological and genetic citizenship are oriented toward charting and describing novel developments in the life sciences, the transformation of health care systems, and the forms through which biomedical research is conducted, they are in effect.
The term “biopolitics” carries multiple, sometimes competing, meanings in political science. When the term was first used in the United States in the late s, it referred to an emerging subdiscipline that incorporated the theories and data of the life sciences into the study of political behavior and public policy.
I’ll start this off by saying I’ve already answered this, and then I’m going to completely regurgitate my answer in a hopefully-still-convincing fashion. My answer is about the concept elaborated on by Michel Foucault, not science.
I’ll defer to t.Research in Biopolitics. Country: United Kingdom - SIR Ranking of United Kingdom: 3. H Index. Subject Area and Category: Arts and Humanities Philosophy Environmental Science Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law Social Sciences Law Sociology and Political Science: Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.
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