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Published by Jossey-Bass in San Francisco .
Written in English


  • Biopolitics -- Addresses, essays, lectures.

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Includes bibliographies and index.

StatementMeredith W. Watts, guest editor.
SeriesNew directions for methodology of social and behavioral science,, no. 7
ContributionsWatts, Meredith W.
LC ClassificationsJA80 .B56
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 109 p. :
Number of Pages109
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4126185M
ISBN 100875898513
LC Control Number80084294

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Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Meredith W Watts. Author of Xenophobia in united Germany, Biopolitics and gender, Contemporary German Youth and Their Elders, Cross-cultural perspectives on youth and violence, Biopolitics, ethological and physiological approaches, Biopolitics--Politikwissenschaft jenseits des Kulturismus. Biopolitics: An Advanced Introduction (Biopolitics: Medicine, Technoscience, and Health in the 21st Century) Thomas Lemke, Monica Casper, Lisa Moore The biological features of human beings are now measured, observed, and understood in ways never before thought possible, defining norms, establishing standards, and determining average values of. This book is designed for biological science majors with an interest in biophysics. It is particularly aimed at those students in medically oriented disciplines whose career goals include professional or graduate school in the medical sciences with the aim of linking biophysical principles to human physiological functions. In all parts of this.

This interdisciplinary reader offers a fascinating exploration of the intersection of biopolitics and utopia by employing a range of theoretical approaches. Each essay provides a unique application of the two concepts to topics spanning the social sciences and humanities. in Meredith Watts, ed., Biopolitics: Ethological and Physiological Approaches (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, ). 14 Douglas Madsen, ‘A Biochemical Property Relating to Power-Seeking in Humans. Our count for is 78 items: 3 monographs or books (Axelrod, ; Blank f; Vanhanen, a), 13 articles, 2 chapters in a book, 44 conference papers, 16 review essays, commentaries, etc., and 0 master's theses or Ph.D. dissertations.   Highlights Paper develops recent work on biopolitics as ways of living with nonhumans. Outlines principal modes of bovine biopolitics. Examines the history and contemporary practices of back-breeding and rewilding. Contrasts wilding with alternative modes of bovine biopolitics and identifies frictions between them. Focuses on debates over the nature of life in contemporary environmentalisms.

  Analysis of the distribution of cribbing behaviour before and after the delivery of concentrated food revealed a significant change (P. This volume links three different theoretical approaches that have a common focus on the relationship between biopolitics and bioethics. This collection of papers can be categorized into different domains that are representative of the contemporary usage of biopolitics as a concept. This book concentrates on an important aspect of the biological mission in the present-day world--on its social and political implications. Taken together, they are referred to as biopolitics in.   In Biopolitics, Lemke offers the first scholarly introduction to theidea of biopolitics. The book is, in his words, “a general orientation”designed to present a historical overview of the concept of biopoli-tics, while also exploring the term’s relevance to .