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Standing, Guy (2012)
Publisher: Open Democracy
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: 3500
To arrest the drift to social engineering, the voice of those subject to the steering should be inside the institutions responsible for social policy. This means more than putting token ‘community leaders’ on boards. It must be a collective democratic voice. At present, we see the opposite.
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    • 2. G. Standing, Work after Globalization: Building Occupational Citizenship(Cheltenham, Elgar, 2009).
    • 3. G. Standing, The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class (London and New York, Bloomsbury Academic, 2011).
    • 4. For an analysis of how this has been happening, see Standing, 2009, op.cit.
    • 5. Once infantilised politically, they can be confronted with simplistic questions in polls, asked to give undeliberative answers, which become “the public view”. Then politicians parrot what their “constituents” want to hear. It is a prescription for democratising prejudice.
    • 6. Standing, 2009, op.cit.
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