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Neoliberalism and Post-Soviet Transition

Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan


About this book


This collection emphasizes a cross-disciplinary approach to the problem of scale, with essays ranging in subject matter from literature to film, architecture, the plastic arts, philosophy, and scientific and political writing. Its contributors consider a variety of issues provoked by the sudden and pressing shifts in scale brought on by globalization and the era of the Anthropocene, including: the difficulties of defining the concept of scale; the challenges that shifts in scale pose to knowledge formation; the role of scale in mediating individual subjectivity and agency; the barriers to understanding objects existing in scalar realms different from our own; the role of scale in mediating the relationship between humans and the environment; and the nature of power, authority, and democracy at different social scales.


Post-soviet comparative politics Neoliberal policy comparative democracy Comparative politics Economic Liberalization

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  1. 1.Department of Political ScienceUniversity of Hawaii at ManoaHonoluluUSA

About the authors

​Wumaier Yilamu holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA. 

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