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Power is not restricted to political  a form of power that circulates in the social field and can attach to strategies of domination as well as those of resistance ( Diamond and Quinby, 1988,  1 – Foucault traces the of power (Foucault 1978: 82) has its  More broadly, Foucault developed a radical new conception of social power as forming strategies embodying intentions of their own, above  Foucault on Discourse and Power. Seumas Miller. Introduction. In this paper I wish to focus attention on the notion of discourse and on a cluster of other notions   Power, Subjectification and Resistance in Foucault. Kevin Jon Heller.

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Foucault, power/knowledge, medborgardeltagande. Foucault, Power, and Education invites internationally renowned scholar Stephen J. Ball to reflect on the importance and influence of Foucault on his work in  *”Truth and power” i Power/knowledge. Selected interviews and other writings 1972-77. 4. Biopolitik och regerandets problem. ”Samhället måste försvaras”.

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by Colin Gordon .. av M Öhman · Citerat av 12 — Keywords: Foucault, methodology, power, governance, socialisation, video-recordings.

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2013-12-30 · Foucault’s Theory of Disciplinary Power: This is a theory about discipline as a mechanism of power, which regulates the behavior of individuals in the society.

For him, power didn't exclude, repress, censor, mask, and conceal. Foucault saw it as a producer of reality: "it produces domains of objects and rituals of truth" (Foucault 1977,194). Space Knowledge and Power — Foucault, Michel.
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Truth, Power, Self: An Interview with Michael Foucault. In Gutman, M. Foucault : The Birth of Power. 3.2. 1 röst. Bok av Elden Stuart Elden.

Page 5. 5.. I/  Foucault challenges the idea that power is wielded by people or groups by way of 'episodic' or 'sovereign' acts of domination or coercion, seeing it instead as  Instead, we are all produced by power. Excerpts from Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish (source).
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Köp Foucault, Power, and Education (9780415895378) av Stephen J. Ball på campusbokhandeln.se. av K Lanå · 2015 · Citerat av 10 — The thesis takes its point of departure in an understanding of power in the på några olika områden där en analys av diskurser utifrån Foucault lämpar sig. Östersund: Folkhälsomyndigheten Foucault, M. (1972).

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Foucault explicitly introduces the composite term, “power/knowledge” (pouvoir / savoir) in the middle, “genealogical” period of his work.At the same time, however, the concept of power/knowledge in many ways encompasses the entire corpus, characterizing the implicit project of his “archaeological” works, the explicit focus of the “genealogical”, and the working out of the In sociology, power-knowledge is a term introduced by the French philosopher Michel Foucault (French: le savoir-pouvoir).According to Foucault's understanding, power is based on knowledge and makes use of knowledge; on the other hand, power reproduces knowledge by shaping it in accordance with its anonymous intentions. Power (re-) creates its own fields of exercise through knowledge. 2017-03-15 2018-03-19 wrote, "Power is not something that is acquired, seized or shared, some-thing one holds on to or allows to slip away" (Foucault, 1981: 94). Rather, power is relational; it becomes apparent when it is exercised. Because of this relational aspect, power is not associated with a particular institu-tion, but with practices, techniques, and procedures.