Prosaic geographies of stateness
Despite long-standing calls to rethink the state 'as a social relation', reified understandings that view the state as a differentiated institutional realm separate from civil society are notably persistent in academic and political debate. By contrast, this paper focuses on the myriad ways in which everyday life is permeated by the social relations of stateness, and vice versa. The paper reviews the conceptual difficulties in defining 'the state' and suggests that these can be addressed in...[Show more]
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