Governing Refugees: The Relevance of Governmentality to Understanding the International Refugee Regime

@article{Lippert1999GoverningRT,
  title={Governing Refugees: The Relevance of Governmentality to Understanding the International Refugee Regime},
  author={Randy K. Lippert},
  journal={Alternatives: Global, Local, Political},
  year={1999},
  volume={24},
  pages={295 - 328}
}
Studies of national policy domains informed by social theory have usually adopted state-centered approaches. An alternative to such approaches is one inspired by Michel Foucault's later writings on "governmentality," which he describes as the "ensemble formed by the institutions, procedures, analyses, and reflections, the calculations and tactics that allow the exercise of this very specific albeit complex form of power."1 Developed in response to neo-Marxist criticisms of Foucault's apparent… Expand
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