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conjuncture

(MARXISM) the balance of forces, particular ideologies, patterns of class consciousness, class interests, articulation of MODES OF PRODUCTION, etc, that in combination make up a particular pattern of social and economic CONTRADICTIONS, the ‘moment in history’, which may or may not be favourable to social change.
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She also emphasised that places could be important in producing/ rearticulating conjunctural forces in different ways, for example drawing attention to London's role in shaping (but also contesting) the emergence of neoliberalism.
The complicity of Labour is often remarked upon, but the real problem - and the effect of its complicity in conjunctural terms - went far beyond the usually noted support for finance.
The conflict between finance and industry is one with a long history in the UK, but it takes specific forms in different conjunctural moments.
Gramsci thought the conjunctural level less significant than the organic.
Or, more exactly, it would be helpful to distinguish between a semi-permanent frame around economic activity and the more transitory conjunctural ordering of the economy in specific configurations for periods of four to seven years; and to recognise that such conjunctures combine asset values and flows of funds with justifying narratives - which social scientists have often bought into or actively propagated, without properly distinguishing between discourse and practice.
According to the communiqu of the second ordinary session of the commission, executive macroeconomic programming is the instrument on the basis of which, in 2018, the Government will seek to ensure a management that accounts for the conjunctural aspects of the macroeconomic situation.
Clarification is needed that the Bank of Canada and the Cooperative Markets Regulatory Authority (CMRA) are expected to take the lead in systemic risk conjunctural analysis, with involvement of Finance and OSFI, and inter-agency coordination performed by the Heads of Agencies group given the federal-provincial aspects.
It often presages or follows what we might call a conjunctural shift: these upsurges of interest in generation and generations can be mapped, albeit unevenly, onto moments of major change in society.
By a conjunctural analysis, Camp means one that seeks "to distinguish between political, economic, and ideological factors in shaping social formations" (p.
The controversy over Marcos' burial cannot be fully assayed without factoring in this conjunctural crisis the role of patronage-clientelism syndrome and the U.
The Great Financial Meltdown: Systematic, Conjunctural or Policy Created?
In mapping and articulating its approach to macroprudential policy, the Board needs to determine its decision-making norms having regard to their implications for communication strategy, and how it sees its own role in dynamic regulatory policy fitting with the FOMC's approach to conjunctural policy