Advances in Sociology Research. Volume 44

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Jared A. Jaworski (Editor)

Series: Advances in Sociology Research
BISAC: SOC026000

This volume is comprised of eight chapters that detail advances in sociology research. Chapter one analyzes SMML situations from the standpoint of the capabilities approach. Chapter two evaluates the salient features of those liberal values in the amphitheatre of immigration control and measures its compliance to liberal democratic ideologies and thus explores the dilemma -if any- faced by the UK in what is referred as the ‘liberal democratic paradox.’ In chapter three the model of deliberative democracy – as a set of principles, a methodology for solving publicly significant problems, and procedures for conducting legitimizing public communication – is considered an ideal of liberal democracy. The main goal of chapter four is, through philosophical analysis, to determine to what extent the pendulum has moved away from the approach of J. Maritain and closer to the understanding of sovereignty as understood by C. Schmitt, and in what way the movement of the pendulum will affect the future of the fundamental ideas of liberal democracy. Chapter five delves into the clash between two prominent theoretical approaches within musicology: representational and constructivist theories. Chapter six addresses Obstetric Violence (OV) as a form of gender-based violence, particularly affecting female individuals. Chapter six examines the major candidates who managed to collect substantial amounts of money (about $100 million) and spent it on their election campaigns in the political seasons of 2008, 2012, 2016 and 2020. The final chapter provides an introspection about the real conditions and challenges faced by differently-abled women in Indian society and proposes remedies at the rudimentary level for the better and harmonious development of disabled women.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Spend More, Make Less: Capabilities, Dignity and Risk
A. Jean Thomas, S.J.D.
Independent Scholar, Washington, DC, USA

Chapter 2. Immigration Control in the United Kingdom and the Liberal Democratic Paradox: Are Rights and Values Theoretical and Illusory?
Cosmas Ukachukwu Ikegwuruka, PhD
Research and Practice Department, Almond Legals-Immigration, Asylum and Human Rights Lawyers, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Chapter 3. Deliberative Democracy: A Problematic Ideal of Liberal Democracy?
Plamen Makariev, PhD
Professor, Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria

Chapter 4. The Future of the Idea of Sovereignty in a Liberal Democratic State
Marita Brcic Kuljis
University of Split, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Split, Croatia

Chapter 5. Crisis and Evolution in Musicology: The Conflict of Theoretical Approaches and Aesthetic Experience in the Contemporary World
Dionysios D. Gerontogiannis, PhD
Postgraduate Program in Philosophy and Arts, School of Humanities, Hellenic Open University, Patras, Greece

Chapter 6. The Dehumanization of the Female Body: Exploring Obstetric and Gender-Based Violence
Patricia Mendes¹, BA, Maria Alzira Pimenta Dinis¹,²,³, Hab, PhD, MSc, and Ana Isabel Sani¹,²,³,⁴, Hab, PhD
¹University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal
²Observatory Permanent Violence and Crime (OPVC), University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal
³Fernando Pessoa Research, Innovation and Development Institute (FP-I3ID), University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal
⁴Research Centre on Child Studies (CIEC), University of Minho, Braga, Portugal

Chapter 7. Finances in U.S. Presidential Races
Pavel Sharikov
Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Chapter 8. ‘The Silent Crisis’: Catastrophe of Disability on Second(ary) Gender and Suggested Remedies
Priyanka Pandey
Department of Political Science, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, India

Index

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