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31 JANUARY 2012

David Harvey: The Crises of Capitalism

"Radical sociologist David Harvey asks: is it time to look beyond capitalism towards a new social order that would allow us to live within a system that really could be responsible, just, and humane?"

(Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce)



banking system • banks • beyond capitalism • capitalismconsumerismcredit crunchcrises of capitalism • crisis of capitalism • David Harvey • deregulation • economic crisiseconomic regulation • effective demand • enigma of capital • financial crisisfinancial innovation • free market • Friedrich Hayek • G20global financial crisis • greed • house ownership • housing market • humane • IMF • investor • John Maynard Keynes • just • Karl Marx • Lehman Brothers • mode of thinking • mortgage • neoliberalismnew social ordernew thinking • radical sociologist • responsibility • RSA (UK) • RSA AnimatestocksWorld Bank


Simon Perkins
08 APRIL 2009

Virtual politics?

"A Twitter uprising has taken place in Moldova, with anti–communists using the internet site to mobilise supporters and organise a demonstration in the country's capital. [...]

This is not the first time that a Twitter tag has been used to mobilize young people around a particular event; the most famous previous case has been that of 'griots' – the tag used to report on the youth riots in Greece, which later spread to Europe, arguably also with the help of Twitter. Likewise there were reports that last week's G20 demonstrations were being organised by Twitter and certainly Twitter played a role in reporting on them."
(Richmond, 2009)

[The people in the streets seem pretty real to me, so it is by no means just a 'virtual' revolution; nevertheless the extent to which it was orchestrated through the internet brings a whole new meaning to the idea of democratic participation.]


2009 • Chisinau • crowdsourcingdemonstrationG20 • G20 London 2009 • GreeceInternet • mobilisation • Moldova • participationpoliticsrevolutionsmart mobsTwitter


Adina Huma

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