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Resistance to the dominant economic discourses : making sense of the economy from a working-class neighborhood
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2018)
This study explores the way that working-class people contest dominant economic discourses and how they develop alternative explanations for their economic situation. Based on qualitative interviews, participant observation, and archival research...
Living faith by seeking justice : practicing faith through activism in a faith and labor coalition
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
The combination of a critique of organized faith, along with an interest in pursuing faith expressions by living a particular sense of justice, leads some religious practitioners to discover new contexts to live out their ...
Combating nuclear power : discourses of justice, the anti-nuclear power struggle for energy justice
([University of Missouri--Columbia], 2014)
In the present study, I critically analyze the anti-nuclear power movement (or the movement for a carbon-free and nuclear-free energy future) in the U.S. using an environmental justice framework. I aim to explore how ...