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Scarcity, ‘polite society’ and activism

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This resource is particularly useful for adult educators teaching advocacy, community organising and campaigning.

"Scarcity has a stranglehold grip on much of the discourse of polite society, to the point where it is simply taken for granted that just about every social “problem” is, at root, a problem that arises from scarcity. Numerous conflicts result. And the dominant perspective is constantly being challenged by unpolite society. But the stranglehold remains. Does the problem lie in a failure of activist to shout loudly enough? Or to expose the ways in which scarcity is generated by unequal power relations? Or does the continuing appeal of scarcity reflect a more fundamental problem, rooted as much in the ways that progressive activists are themselves organising as in the well-documented power of today's elites?" 

Awtur(i) tar-Riżorsa: 
Nicholas Hildyard
Data tal-pubblikazzjoni:
Is-Sibt, 2 Ġunju, 2018
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