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Volume 68, Issue 227-228
Special Issue:70 years of International Social Science Journal
Pages: 1-212
March-June 2018
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Sebastian Ille
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Governance: ten thoughts about five propositions
B. Guy Peters
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Governance as theory: five propositions
Gerry Stoker
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The march of governance and the actualities of failure: the case of economic development twenty years on
Martin Jones
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The rise of governance and the risks of failure: the case of economic development
Bob Jessop
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A landmark in scholarly activism beyond borders: a review of Keck and Sikkink's Transnational advocacy networks in international and regional politics (ISSJ 159/1999: 89‒101)
Sidney Tarrow
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Transnational advocacy networks in international and regional politics
Margaret E. Keck Kathryn Sikkink
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Commentary on “Globalisation and development: the relevance of classical ‘dependency’ theory for the world today” (Tausch, 2010)
Christopher Chase‐Dunn
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Globalisation and development: the relevance of classical “dependency” theory for the world today
Arno Tausch
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The perils of seeing twenty‐first century migration through a twentieth‐century lens
Douglas S. Massey
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Explaining migration: a critical view
Joaquín Arango
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Diversity leadership multiculturalism: The challenge of the securitisation of Chinese migrants in Australia
Baogang He
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The rise and fall of multiculturalism? New debates on inclusion and accommodation in diverse societies
Will Kymlicka
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A praise for Stephen Castles
Mark J. Miller
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International migration at the beginning of the twenty‐first century: global trends and issues
Stephen Castles
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Making sense of diversity in a “post‐multicultural” world: a commentary on Vertovec (2010)
Heaven Crawley
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Towards post‐multiculturalism? Changing communities, conditions and contexts of diversity
Steven Vertovec
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Rethinking the measurement and mitigation of poverty: a comment on Udaya Wagle
James K. Galbraith
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Rethinking poverty: definition and measurement
Udaya Wagle
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Comment on Baviskar, Amita (2003), Between violence and desire. Space, power, and identity in the making of metropolitan Delhi. International Social Science Journal, 175, 89‒98
Ursula Rao
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Between violence and desire: space, power, and identity in the making of metropolitan Delhi
Amita Baviskar
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