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Google previewFrom the Conscious Interior to an Exterior Unconscious (2010)

Lacan, Discourse Analysis and Social Psychology by David Pavón Cuéllar

As discussed above, the subjectivation is a signifierization. It is a signifierization as it entails a subjection to the signifying structure. To be subjective, our living matter should have a signifying form. It should be 'taken by the mechanism of the ...

Google previewDorsality (2008)

Thinking Back Through Technology and Politics by David Wills

Subjectivation means accepting the unassimilable foreignness of that misrecognized self as part of oneself. Althusser's reference to the role of the imaginary in securing the subject's consent, to the lure of a satisfying illusion or fiction, should ...

Google previewTransnational Australian Cinema (2013)

Ethics in the Asian Diasporas by Olivia Khoo, Belinda Smaill, Audrey Yue

Perhaps more significantly, for Foucault, subjectivation means that the subject is produced through a history that determines and defines the conditions of existence for the subject. 14 This book draws on Foucauldian ethics in order to examine ...

Google previewCan We Live Together? (2000)

Equality and Difference by Alain Touraine

Subjectivation means constructing the Subject in the course of the pursuit of a happiness that can be born only of the recomposition of an autonomous personal experience. The Subject cannot and will not choose between a ubiquitous ...

Google previewAn Anthropology of Ethics (2011)

by James D. Faubion

Though subjectivation is a process of the formation of a habitus (among other things), it is not and should not be enclosed within the broader theoretical problematic and theoretical apparatus within which Bourdieu encloses the habitus in The ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Social Theory (2012)

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 ...

Google previewThe Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology and Behavioral Science (2001)

by W. Edward Craighead, Charles B. Nemeroff

and cultural institutions: regulation of behavior and process of subjectivation.

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