Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Subjectivation
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by Mark G.E. Kelly
Our subjectivation is a group of power relations caught up in the great network of power relations, and indeed in its...
Learning from the Ground Up (2010)
Global Perspectives on Social Movements and Knowledge Production by Dip Kapoor
First, subjectivation is a long and dialectic process, involving delicate interaction between emotion and reason, and sometimes even experiences retrogression. When encountering crises, through dialogue ...
by Adrian Parr
Michel Foucualt, says Deleuze, took sexuality to be a mirror of subjectivity and subjectivation. Deleuze broadens the scope by subsuming sexuality in a matrix of subjectivity. Every human being thinks as a result of an ongoing process of living ...
by Abby H. P. Werlock, James P. Werlock
"'For aPaper Son, Paper Is Blood': Subjectivation and Authenticityin Fae Myenne Ng's Bone ...
by Austin Harrington, Barbara L. Marshall, Hans-Peter Müller
Subjectivation is understood as subjection/domination and as the making of a subject. This idea has been taken up in the analysis of social and cultural identities based on class, gender, sexuality and ethnicity. A post-structuralist analysis of ...
by W. Edward Craighead, Charles B. Nemeroff
and cultural institutions: regulation of behavior and process of subjectivation.
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