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Cultures of Financialization: Fictitious Capital in Popular Culture and Everyday Life
by Max Haiven
Jan. 19, 2019 - Jan. 22, 2019

Haiven, M. (2014). Cultures of Financialization: Fictitious Capital in Popular Culture and Everyday Life. Palgrave MacMillan.


Palgrave MacMillan, 2014. 225 pages.

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p.176
adjudication »
(noun) a judicial decision or sentence / (noun) a…
p.135
umbrage »
(noun) offense or annoyance
p.128
palimpsest »
a manuscript or piece of writing material on whic…
p.128
aegis »
(noun, Greek mythology) protective mantle of Zeus…
p.124
dialogic »
pertaining to a dialogue; used by the Russian phi…
p.188
a revolutionary financialized subject
Rather, what would a (cultural) politics look lik…
p.171
low resistance means high liquidity
[...] all financial crises are, elementally, cris…
p.169
sub-prime loans as a form of resistance?
For our purposes, it should be noted that the ent…
p.166
the middle class was a completely rigged game
Of course, we should never tire of pointing out t…
p.160
financial crises regulate the inherent systemic c…
[...] Because capitalism is fundamentally based o…