Index

Rethinking Class and Social Difference

ISBN: 978-1-83982-021-2, eISBN: 978-1-83982-020-5

ISSN: 0198-8719

Publication date: 30 September 2020

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(2020), "Index", Eidlin, B. and McCarthy, M.A. (Ed.) Rethinking Class and Social Difference (Political Power and Social Theory, Vol. 37), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 215-220. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0198-871920200000037010

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INDEX

Academia
, 4

Aggregate effect
, 15

Analysis vs. practice
, 106–113

Anti-Drug Abuse Acts
, 42–43

Antiauthoritarian idealism
, 82

“Antiregime” citizens
, 127

“Bazaar”
, 122–123

Bildungsbürgertum
, 115

Black domestic workers
, 193

Black Lives Matter
, 3–4

“Black Plague”
, 41

Black radical challenge
, 12–15

Black Radical Tradition (BRT)
, 156–165

analyzing racial character of inter-and intraclass alliances/conflicts
, 161–163

class analyses of development
, 166–172

ethnicity and development
, 172–175

integrated attention to class and racialization
, 158–160

recognizing colonized racialized subjects as agents
, 163–165

and reinvigorating social scientific theories of development
, 175–176

Black trash drug
, 44–45

“Breaking bad” in rural America
, 44–45

Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)
, 34–35

Bureaucratization of capitalism
, 115

Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics (COYOTE)
, 138–139

Capitalism
, 11, 13, 15, 17–19, 158–159

Capitalist

development
, 158, 160

market processes
, 15

Carceral state

geographic disparities and
, 32–34

shifting demographics of
, 29–32

Caste into sex work
, 142–151

Citizenship
, 9

Class
, 2, 158

divide scholarship
, 84–88

erosion of class identity
, 74

inequality
, 81–82

nationalism and disarticulation of
, 72–76

pervasiveness
, 5

primacy
, 3, 5–8

reductionist
, 8

in sex work
, 138–140, 142–151

Class analyses of development
, 166–172

countries create and maintain democratic institutions
, 170–172

methods for countries achieve industrialization and economic growth
, 166–170

Classical Marxism
, 158

Classification
, 117

Colonialism
, 158, 158, 190–191

Colonized racialized subjects as agents of social change and development
, 163–165

Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act
, 45

Communist
, 85

Community-based organization (CBO)
, 142

Companions
, 197–199

Competition
, 15

Computers
, 84–85

Conservative political elites
, 124

Contemporary nationalist movements
, 64

Contingencies
, 16–17

Control
, 84

Corrupt elite
, 63

“Cosmopolitanism versus communitarianism” frame
, 64

Crack
, 41

Crime of poverty in rural America
, 37–40

Criminal justice reform
, 26

Cross-national research
, 107

Culture

of control
, 44

primacy of
, 8–9

“Culture of poverty” argument
, 35, 37–40

Cyber proletariats
, 94

Dedemonization. See Dédiabolisation

Dédiabolisation
, 55–56, 59–60, 62, 66–70

of NF
, 57–60

Democratic capitalist development
, 164

Democratizing election
, 129

Dependency theory
, 167

Differentiation
, 14–15

Digital activism
, 90–93

Digital content
, 88–90

Digital divide
, 19, 83–88

scholarship
, 83

Digital inequality
, 86–87

Digital Internet technology
, 81–82

Digital work
, 93–95

Disarticulation of class
, 72–76

Disempowerment
, 92–93

Disposables
, 48

Domestic bourgeoisie
, 106–107

Domestic work
, 186

Domestic Worker Bill of Rights (DWBR)
, 186–188, 197–198

Domestic workers
, 191–192

New York city’s domestic workers
, 192–194

racialized histories of domestic workers’ legal exclusion
, 196–197

Dot-com gold rush
, 85

Drugs, urban war on
, 40–44

Dynamic asymmetry
, 5, 6, 15–19

Earned Safe and Sick Time Act
, 187–188

Economic anxiety
, 2, 54

Electoral logic
, 66

Embedded autonomy
, 169–170

Embeddedness of law
, 188

law, at home
, 203–206

law, for whom
, 199–203

methods
, 194–196

New York city’s domestic workers
, 192–194

racialized histories of domestic workers’ legal exclusion
, 196–197

and regulation of difference
, 197–206

research on complexities of paid domestic work
, 189–192

Emerging culture of control in countryside
, 34–37

Emotion-focusing device
, 122

Employee
, 187–188

Ethnic diversity
, 173

Ethnic fractionalization index
, 174

Ethnicity
, 172

and development
, 172–175

Europeanization
, 64

Exclusion
, 117

Exploitation
, 10, 117, 137–138

struggling against
, 118

Fair Deal
, 129–130

Fair Labor Standards Act (1937)
, 197

False particularisms
, 141

Fear
, 84

of repression
, 92–93

France
, 54–55, 57–58, 61–62, 69

French Communist Party (PCF)
, 75

French working class
, 71

electoral realignment
, 73–74

Front National (FN)
, 19

Full sovereignism
, 63

Gaucho-lepénisme
, 62, 70

Gender
, 9

into sex work
, 142–151

Gendered marginalization
, 136

Geographic disparities and Carceral state
, 32–34

Global South
, 157

Globalization backlash
, 64

“Governing through crime”
, 44

Great Recession
, 36–37

2009 Green Movement
, 128

Haitian Revolution
, 163

Hart–Celler Immigration Act (1965)
, 193

Hegemonic professionals
, 120, 128

Identity
, 2, 3, 9

Ideology
, 14

Immigrant workers
, 193

Imperialism
, 190–191

Imprisonment rates for black and white women
, 32

Incarceration rates
, 31–32

Indian feminism
, 140–142

Indigenous people
, 155–156

Individualized capitalism
, 82

Industrialization
, 158

Inequality

class
, 81–82

digital
, 86, 87

overcoming
, 84

social
, 86–87

Informal economy
, 121

Informal workers
, 191

Inter-class alliances/conflicts, analyzing racial character of
, 161–163

Interdependence, multicausal approach of
, 9–12

International Domestic Worker Federation (2013)
, 186–187

Internet
, 82–83, 88

Interpretive pathologies
, 28–29

Intersectionality
, 4, 140–142, 192

multicausal approach of
, 9–12

Intraclass alliances/conflicts, analyzing racial character of
, 161–163

Iran after 1979 revolution
, 122–129

Iranian middle class
, 106–113

occupational structure of Iranian Labor Force
, 125

Islamic Republic
, 121, 123–124

Islamic Republic of Iran
, 104

Labor laws
, 186

Late developer modernization
, 119–120

Latinx
, 26

“Leftist” economic program
, 55

LGBTQ people
, 26

Marxism
, 157–159

Mass imprisonment
, 28

Mass incarceration
, 26

Massive mobilization
, 128

Matrix of domination
, 10

Middle class
, 104–105

differentiating theories of middle-class formation
, 114–121

invocation
, 104

Iranian middle class
, 106–113

making and unmaking
, 122–129

protest in hegemonic decline era
, 129–130

Middle classness
, 110

Middling classes
, 118–119

Minimum wage coverage
, 214

Modified snowball sampling approach
, 194

“Mosque”
, 122–123

“Mosque–bazaar” sociopolitical base
, 123

Moynihan report
, 37–39

Multicausal approach of interdependence and intersectionality
, 9–12

National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA)
, 194–196

National Front (FN)
, 54–55

accounting for shift in working-class vote
, 70–72

dédiabolisation if
, 57–60

Republic against
, 62–69

and working class
, 61–62

National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)
, 186–187, 197

National preference
, 67, 71

National-populist
, 63

Nationalism
, 64

of class
, 72–76

Neoliberal capitalism
, 155–156

Neoliberalism
, 64–66

New Radical Right
, 57, 59–60

New York city’s domestic workers
, 192–194

New York Domestic Worker Bill Of Rights (2010)

additional rights
, 214

minimum wage coverage
, 214

overtime rate coverage
, 214

New York State Employment Relations Act
, 197

Occupational Safety and Health Act (1970)
, 197–198

Opportunity hoarding
, 84, 87–88

Oppression
, 3, 4, 10, 11

Overtime rate coverage
, 214

Paid domestic work
, 186

long-organized “unorganizable”
, 191–192

research on complexities of
, 189–192

Penal developments in rural areas
, 26

Pew Foundation
, 88–89

Pluralism
, 6

Political articulation
, 56, 73

Political power and social theory
, 189

Populist
, 63–64

Poverty, crime, punishment, and culture of
, 37–40

Primacy of culture
, 8–9

Prison construction boom in countryside
, 45–46

Privilege
, 186

Prostitution
, 138–139

Provincial “economy of favors”
, 122

Public Internet users
, 85

Punishment of poverty in rural America
, 37–40

Race
, 9, 14, 158, 173

Racial

animus
, 26

capitalism
, 13, 159–160

disparities gap
, 30–31

ideology
, 14

justifications
, 190

mobilization
, 163

racial disparities lens, limitations of
, 27–29

resentment
, 54

Racialized histories of domestic workers’ legal exclusion
, 196–197

Racisms
, 173

Racist retaliation
, 92

Red Queen effect
, 118–119

Reinvigorating social scientific theories of development
, 175–176

Republic
, 56

against National Front
, 62–69

Republican defense
, 55–56, 68–69

Republican Front
, 69

Ressentiment
, 127

Rising middle class
, 19–20

Risk
, 84

tolerance
, 95

Ritual exile
, 43–44

Routine partisan process
, 66

Rural America

“breaking bad” in
, 44–45

crime, punishment, and culture of poverty in
, 37–40

emerging culture of control in countryside
, 34–37

geographic disparities and Carceral state
, 32–34

prison construction boom in countryside
, 45–46

racial disparities lens, limitations of
, 27–29

shifting demographics of Carceral state
, 29–32

urban war on drugs
, 40–44

Rural areas, penal developments in
, 26

Rural mid-sized producers
, 120–121

Scholarship
, 86

Sex work
, 20, 135–136

gender, class, caste, and multiple paths into
, 142–151

intersectionality and Indian feminism
, 140–142

scholarship and activism
, 137–138

theorizing class in
, 138–140

Sex worker activism and scholarship
, 139–140

Sexuality
, 9

Shifting demographics of Carceral state
, 29–32

Slavery
, 190–191

Social

compact
, 76

contract
, 76

illegality
, 193–194

inequality
, 86–87

power
, 120, 130

Social class
, 2

black radical challenge
, 12–15

class pervasiveness
, 5

class primacy
, 3, 5–8

dynamic asymmetry
, 5–6, 15–19

multicausal approach of interdependence and intersectionality
, 9–12

primacy of culture
, 8–9

Social Security Act (1935)
, 197

Socialist Party (PS)
, 75

Specialized examinations
, 115

State investment
, 120

State-building intelligentsia
, 119–120

Stratification theory
, 6

Structural functionalism
, 6

Technological determinism
, 82

Time
, 92–93

United States
, 30

Urban service providers
, 121

Urban war on drugs
, 40–44

Urban–rural shift
, 26

US Patriot Act
, 45

Usenet
, 85

Victimization
, 34–35

Violence
, 137–138

Wage Theft Protection Act
, 187–188

Wagner Act (1935)
, 186–187, 196

Web 1.0
, 86

Welfare chauvinism
, 59–60

Wirtschaftsbürgertum
, 115

Working class

accounting for shift in working-class vote
, 70–72

mobilization
, 171–172

National Front and
, 61–62

Wright, Erik Olin
, 84