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Y Movies: Film And The Modernization Of Pastoral Power, Ronald W. Greene Mar 2005

Y Movies: Film And The Modernization Of Pastoral Power, Ronald W. Greene

Ronald Walter Greene

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Lost Convictions: Debating Both Sides And The Ethical Self Fashioning Of Liberal Subjects, Ronald W. Greene Jan 2005

Lost Convictions: Debating Both Sides And The Ethical Self Fashioning Of Liberal Subjects, Ronald W. Greene

Ronald Walter Greene

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Cultura Cyber: Commodifying Latina/O Nationalism And Rhetoric On The Internet, Richard D. Pineda Jan 2005

Cultura Cyber: Commodifying Latina/O Nationalism And Rhetoric On The Internet, Richard D. Pineda

Richard D. Pineda

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The Opacity Of Transparency, Mark Fenster Dec 2004

The Opacity Of Transparency, Mark Fenster

Mark Fenster

The normative concept of transparency, along with the open government laws that purport to create a transparent public system of governance promise the world—a democratic and accountable state above all, and a peaceful, prosperous, and efficient one as well. But transparency, in its role as the theoretical justification for a set of legal commands, frustrates all parties affected by its ambiguities and abstractions. The public’s engagement with transparency in practice yields denials of reasonable requests for essential government information, as well as government meetings that occur behind closed doors. Meanwhile, state officials bemoan the significantly impaired decision-making processes ...