Tracking moral panic as a concept
Miller, T. (2013) Tracking moral panic as a concept. In: Krinsky, C., (ed.) The Ashgate Research Companion to Moral Panics. Ashgate Publishing Limited, Surrey, England, pp. 37-54.
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Social scientists anxiously police their own borders at the same time that they disrespect others' frontiers. Perhaps most notoriously, economists claim to understand all forms of social organization, disregarding historians, sociologists, and anthropologists who fail to subscribe to the ratiocinative, desiring, selfish, monadic subject at the heart of the neoclassical belief system. They rarely pay attention to heterodox economic ideas either from within their own elect or as they are incarnated elsewhere (Ruccio 2008)...
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