Westminster’s Narration of the Neoliberal Crisis: Rationalising the Irrational?
AffiliationEdge Hill University
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AbstractThis chapter introduces my doctoral research, which contributes an analysis of Westminster definers’ narration of the 2007 onwards-neoliberal capitalist crisis to the British public concerned with their strategies for maintaining hegemony. Firstly, it explains that neoliberals seized the opportunity presented by the neoliberal crisis to extend the project’s reach and deepen its roots and operated to ensure it did not become a crisis of neoliberalism. Second it argues that Westminster definers constructed a narrative that attempted to rationalise a response that truth, empirical evidence followed by sound reasoning, deems irrational but which serves the interests of private capital. Thirdly, the chapter presents an overview of the research design.
CitationWhite, H. (2017). Westminster’s Narration of the Neoliberal Crisis: Rationalising the Irrational? In S. Fletcher, & H. White (Eds.), Emerging Voices: Critical Social Research by European Group Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers. Bristol, United Kingdom: EG Press.
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