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Umut Korkut is Reader at Glasgow School for Business and Society at Glasgow Caledonian University. Previously, he was Research Fellow in the School for Politics and International Relations at the University College Dublin (2007-2010). Hande Eslen-Ziya is research fellow at the University of Brighton, School of Applied Social Sciences. She holds a PhD in Sociology from Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland. In 2015, she was awarded Associate Professorship in Sociology by the Turkish Higher Education Council.
Introduction 1. Moral politics, neoliberal governmentality, and gender 2. Discourse to Emotion Framework: How to read hutbes as data sources? 3. How do public narratives serve for neoliberal governmentality? 4. Manipulation, Discipline and Regulation: The Discursive Construction of Expertise and Social Policy 5. Deliberation, Contestation, and the boundaries of neoliberal governmentality Conclusion Appendix