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This is a plea to interlink Resistance Studies and Violence Studies. Instead of invastigating the efficiency of violence alone and declaring violence absolutely and completely in and on its own, it is necessary to look at resistance practices (escape lines, fighting back), body politics and passivations (self-injury, abortion, suicide) at the same time. For their part, resistance practices and passivations can not be measured by success but by the fact that they actually happened. People cannot be completely reduced to bare bodies without resistance. Resistance to violence has to be considered in its inconspicuous, low-threshold and „flat“ forms. In this elementary political sense resistance is understood as a punctually weakening violence and as seperation of powers in statu nascendi.
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vector of economic and employment characteristics approaches the whole range of R n , though without ever converging with it. This is somehow the equivalent of the ricardian principle of a custom union’s efficiency, according to which the likelihood of finding the most efficient producer is higher within a large custom union, rather than within a small one, and, therefore, the trade deviation in the former is smaller than in the latter ( Schiff and Winters, 2003 ; Baldwin and Wyplosz, 2015b). Regarding labour mobility, the larger the number of members in the EMU, the
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efficacy model and the socio-economic model ( Nwankwo and Okafor, 2017 ). The rational choice model (RCM) explains how the connection between expected utility and outcomes influences preferences for immediate actions. RCM stipulates that a person chooses results with greater efficiency over outcomes with lesser utility and prefers to engage in activities that yield more highly valued outcomes ( Aldrich, 1993 ). Thus, the RCM of voting argues that rational actors calculate the costs and benefits of political participation before deciding to participate, and if the