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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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The series was introduced in Deborah Grayson and Ben Little, 'Soundings critical terms: conjunctural analysis and the crisis of ideas', Soundings 65, 2017.
This prefigures Hall's best-known formulation, from 1978's collectively authored Policing the Crisis, which eviscerated the racially coded "moral panic" stoked by the British Right about urban crime (a concept well worth revisiting as terrorists massacre the good people of Bowling Green): "Race is the modality in which class is lived." This sentence, which telescopes an entire conjunctural situation without sacrificing its complexity, aerates the pointless arguments about whether racism or political economy gave us Thatcher or Brexit or Trump: The answer is yes.
And it means that, in mapping and articulating its approach to macroprudential policy, the Board needs to determine its decision-making norms having regard to their implications for communications, and how it sees its own role in dynamic regulatory policy fitting with the FOMC's approach to conjunctural policy.
The Bank of England on Tuesday announced that it has appointed Simon Hayes as head of Conjunctural Assessment and Projections Division.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-November 6, 2013-Bank of England appoints new head of Conjunctural Assessment and Projections Division(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Moreover, (c) the conjunctural interactions of patterned action that occur within a context of regular action must be identified.
This stagnation isn't simply conjunctural anymore, it has become structural, as the decline in domestic demand associated with ongoing deleveraging and population ageing and shrinkage precisely offsets the positive impact of all that export growth.
It is noteworthy that the most significant results attesting the rise of Noidland are still to come, as these results essentially appear on the three coming years; however, except for any conjunctural hazard, this forecast seems realistic as long as it presents a strong relevance in terms of internal balance.
That was April 2010, a time when Rajapaksa excesses were seen by most people as conjunctural rather than structural.
Cities are implicated in virtually every dimension of modern life, are sites where many different activities and events exist in close relational and geographic proximity to one another, are subject to marked conjunctural peculiarities reflecting changes in the wider social and economic context, shift more and more into cognitive-cultural modes of economic activity (cities and city-regions play a role as important economic and political components of the world system).
In this he clearly follows Stuart Hall's (who is Grossberg's mentor and muse) insistence that cultural studies is conjunctural studies.
This events shows that the policies of democratization, which have been implemented into the Kurdish issue in recent years, are seen as a conjunctural push, which covers the security approach instead of giving it up.