20: Regimes of Emotion

Spring 2002


Editorial: The Dynamics of Class and the Radical Right -  FREE TO VIEW 

The Ghetto is Calling 
Haim Bresheeth

Visit to ‘North Tel-Aviv’ Israel, January 2002 
Nira Yuval Davis

Letters from the Palestinian Ghetto, March 2002 
Lena Jayyusi

‘An Englishman’s Home’: Reflections on the Tony Martin Case
Anita Biressi and Heather Nunn

British Exceptionalism 
Andrew Stevens

The Economic Policies of Gordon Brown and the Treasury: Stability for What? 
John Grieve Smith and G. C. Harcourt

When Brown was Red 
Fraser MacDonald and Andy Cumbers

Four Poems 
Susanne Ehrhardt, Judy Gahagan, Hisham Matar, Steven Taylor

Sasha Miller, Gregor McLennan, Peter Howells

Part II Regimes of Emotion
Editorial: Regimes of Emotion
Pam Smith

Towards a Manifesto for Feelings 
Steve Smith

Emotion Management in an Age of Global Terrorism
Arlie Russell Hochschild

If You Love Your Work Do You Thank a Careers Counsellor? 
Fiona Douglas

Unemployed and Feeling Worthless: Reflections on the Emotional Experience of Unemployment
Maria Lorentzon

Emotional labour and Cancer Work: Some Reflections after a Conference
Gay Lee

Involvement and emotional labour 
Del Loewenthal

Therapeutic Nursing, Emotional Labour, Economic Exchange: Is there a link? 
David Newbold

The disappearance of convalescence 
Bridget Towers

Narrating the Emergency: Heroism and Horror 
Stuart Nairn

The Emotional Labour of Police Work 
Rick Rattue and Nelarine Cornelius

The Refugee Experience 
Ian Robbins

‘Down on the Farm’: Reflections on emotional labour and regeneration
Marjorie Mayo, Trudi James and Pam Smith

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