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,maintaining that “it serves the ideological function of justi- fying the position and interests of the wealthy and powerful” (Kemmis and McTag- gart, 2005, p. 560). Instead, PAR acknowledges the politics inherent in research. Its conceptual proximity to poststructural, feminist and postcolonial theories makes PAR sensitive to power relations, alternative ways of knowing, and (institutional- ized) oppression while explicitly pursuing an agenda of emancipation and empow- erment (Kemmis and McTaggart, 2005; Kindon et al., 2007, 2009). PAR builds on a critical theory that is

Barnett, C. (2017): The priority of injustice: Locating democracy in critical theory. Athens. Belina, B. (2013): Raum. Zu den Grundlagen eines historisch-geographischen Materialismus. Münster. Bouzarovski, S.; Haarstad, H. (2018): Rescaling low-carbon transformations: Towards a relational ontology. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. https://doi.org/10.1111/tran.12275 Brand, U.; Wissen, M. (2017): Imperiale Lebensweise: Zur Ausbeutung von Mensch und Natur im globalen Kapitalismus. München. Braune, A. (Hg.) (2017): Ziviler Ungehorsam: Texte von

. ›Translocality‹: An Approach to Connection and Transfer in Area Studies«, in: Ulrike Freitag/Achim von Oppen (eds.), Translocality. The Study of Globalising Processes from a Southern Perspective: Leiden/Boston: Brill, pp. 1-21. Gestwa, Klaus (2010): Die Stalinschen Großbauten des Kommunismus: Sowjetische Technik- und Umweltgeschichte 1948-1967, München: Oldenburg Wissenschaftsverlag. Geuss, Raymond (1981): The Idea of a Critical Theory. Habermas and the Frankfurt School, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Greenwald, Emily (2002): Reconfiguring the Reservation

? Reflexionen zum Verhältnis von Critical Theory und Literatur- und Geisteswissenschaft. Siehe http://www.gradnet.de/papers/pomo99.papers/Blank99.htm (letzter Zugriff: 27.06.2014) LITERATUR | 421 Blotevogel, Hans Heinrich (2003): »›Neue Kulturgeographie‹ – Entwicklung, Dimensionen, Potenziale und Risiken einer kulturalistischen Humangeogra- phie«, in: Berichte zur deutschen Landeskunde 77(1), S. 7-34. Blumer, Herbert (1973): »Der methodologische Standort des Symbolischen In- teraktionismus«, in: Arbeitsgruppe Bielefelder Soziologen (Hg.), Alltagswis- sen, Interaktion

Porta (Ed.), Methodological practices in social movement research (First edition, pp. 144–172). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Barnett, C. (2017). The priority of injustice: locating democracy in critical theory. Athens: The University of Georgia Press. Bastani, A. (2018). Fully automated luxury communism. London; New York: Verso. Bathelt, H., & Glückler, J. (2014). Institutional change in economic geogra- phy. Progress in Human Geography, 38(3), 340–363. https://doi.org/10.1177/ 0309132513507823 Bauwens, M., Kostakis, V., & Pazaitis, A. (2019). Peer to Peer: the

Aid? Japan as an ›Aid Great Power‹.‹ In Pacific Affairs 62 (4), S. 490–503. Yiftachel, Oren (2009): ›Critical Theory and ›Gray Space‹. Mobilization of the Colonized.‹ In City 13 (2–3), S. 240–256. Ynet (2012): Envoy: China Supports Palestinians, Gives $1M Aid. 23. Novem- ber. www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4310783,00.html (8.1.2013). Yoshida Reiji/Shimizu Kaho (2004): ›Japan. Foreign Reporters Mixed on Ja- pan’s new Mideast Role.‹ In Japan Times, 23. März. http://202.221.217.59/ print/news/nn03-2004/nn20040323b2.htm (12.6.2004). Zagha, Adel/Husam Zomlot

nicht, wa- rum dann ANT?«, in: Suburban 2 (1), S. 104-109. Berndt, Christian/Boeckler, Marc (2009): »Geographies of circulation and ex- change: Constructions of markets«, in: Progress in Human Geography 33 (4), S. 535-551. Bingham, Nick (2009): »Network(s)«, in: Gregory, Derek/Johnston, Ron/Pratt, Ge- raldine/Watts, Michael J./Whatmore, Sarah (Hg.), The dictionary of Human Geography, Malden: Blackwell, S. 498-499. Blickle, Peter (2002): Heimat. A critical theory of the German idea of homeland, Rochester: Camden House. Bosco, Fernando J. (2006): »Actor

, Jurisprudence, and the Cultural Study of the Lawyer“ (Anand 2008), „Legal Studies as Cultural Studies. A reader in (post)modern critical theory“ (Leonard [Hrsg.] 1995), „The Cultural (Re)Turn in Japanese Law Studies“ (Not- tage 2009) oder in „Cultural Analysis, Cultural Studies, and the Law: Moving Beyond Legal Realism“ (Sarat & Simon (Hrsg.) 2003). In „Beyond Legal Rea- lism? Cultural Analysis, Cultural Studies, and the Situation of Legal Scholars- hip“ (Sarat & Simon 2001) fordern die Autoren, Recht aus kulturwissenschaftli- cher Perspektive unter Einbezug von Wissen und