Posts By: Pam Stavropoulos

Violence and its forms: maintaining focus for collective action

Opinion

16.03.2021

From the brutal crack-downs in Myanmar to the inequity of resource allocation under COVID-19, violence has become part of 'business as usual’.

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The self and other in a globalised world

Opinion

22.01.2021

Mental health is routinely described in individualist terms. But how is psychological well-being possible in societies which are unhealthy?

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L’impact des mots: prêter attention au langage à l’ère des extrêmes

22.12.2020

En cette période d’austérité pour le plus grand nombre, le langage des « gagnants et des perdants » a remplacé le langage des maîtres et des esclaves.

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Droit et désordre: le cas de Julian Assange

20.12.2020

La condamnation de Julian Assange signifierait un nouveau paysage dystopique où tout journalisme d'investigation risquerait d'être poursuivi.

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Law and disorder: The case of Julian Assange

10.12.2020

The conviction of Julian Assange would signify a new dystopian landscape in which all investigative journalism risks prosecution.

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Fighting words: Attention to language in an age of extremes

Opinion

10.11.2020

In this period of austerity for the many and socialism for the few, the language of 'winners and losers' has displaced that of masters and slaves.

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Accounting for ethics: the ‘ill’ logic of neoliberalism 

Opinion

6.10.2020

The failure of 'developed’ capitalist economies to safeguard citizens' wellbeing during a public health crisis reveals a need for moral accounting.

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Authoritarianism in Australia: right-wing politics in the antipodes

Opinion

28.08.2020

The emergence of COVID-19 has deflected attention from rising authoritarianism across a number of areas in Australia.

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