Recognition, Redistribution and Representation in Capitalist Global Society

@article{Dahl2004RecognitionRA,
  title={Recognition, Redistribution and Representation in Capitalist Global Society},
  author={Hanne Marlene Dahl and Pauline Stoltz and Rasmus Willig},
  journal={Acta Sociologica},
  year={2004},
  volume={47},
  pages={374 - 382}
}
Nancy Fraser is a Henry A. and Louise Loeb Professor in the Departments of Philosophy and Political Science of the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research, New York, USA, and is considered one of the leading theorists within the 1990s recognition theoretical turn. She works with analyses of contemporary societal developments from a normatively informed position. Her analytical framework is applicable to current, empirical studies of struggles about recognition and she relates… Expand
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