| William Ray Arney, Bernard J. Bergen - 1984 - 202 pages
...We might have to understand power differently. "We must cease once and for all," Foucault has said, **"to describe the effects of power in negative terms:...it 'abstracts,' it 'masks,' it 'conceals.' In fact,** power produces; it produces reality; it produces domains of objects and rituals of truth. The individual... | |
| Aihwa Ong - 1987 - 268 pages
...of knowledge. This is the feature of it which makes it specifically rational. Max Weber (1964: 339) **We must cease once and for all to describe the effects of power in negative terms....** In fact power produces; it produces reality; it produces domains of objects and rituals of truth. The... | |
| Michael White, David Epston - 1990 - 229 pages
...and relationships. These "truths" are, in turn, constructed or produced in the operation of power. **We must cease once and for all to describe the effects...it "abstracts," it "masks," it "conceals." In fact** power produces; it produces reality; it produces domains of objects and rituals of truth. The individual... | |
| Michèle Mattelart, Armand Mattelart - 1990 - 175 pages
...disciplinary relations, a way of defining relations of power in terms of the everyday life of individuals. **"We must cease once and for all to describe the effects...it 'abstracts,' it 'masks,' it 'conceals.' In fact,** power produces; it produces reality; it produces domains of objects and rituals of truth."14 Massive... | |
| Michael Mahon - 1992 - 255 pages
...work as early as Histoire de la folie and toward which he has been building throughout his career: **"We must cease once and for all to describe the effects...it 'abstracts', it 'masks', it 'conceals'. In fact,** power produces; it produces reality; it produces domains of objects and rituals of truth. The individual... | |
| Kristin Bumiller - 1992 - 172 pages
...institutions and professionals. The argument is clearly put: "We must cease once and for all to describe **power in negative terms: it excludes, it represses,...censors, it abstracts, it masks, it conceals. In fact,** power produces; it produces reality; it produces domains of objects and rituals of truth."28 Legal... | |
| Philip M. Weinstein - 1992 - 181 pages
...subject polices him/herself within the appropriate disciplinary structures. Further, he insists that **"we must cease once and for all to describe the effects of power in negative terms.** ... In fact, power produces; it produces reality; it produces domains of objects and rituals of truth"... | |
| William V. Spanos - 1993 - 335 pages
...intended to gain "spontaneous consent" by those differential constituencies on which power is practiced: **We must cease once and for all to describe the effects...it "abstracts," it "masks," it "conceals." In fact,** power produces; it produces reality; it produces domains of objects and rituals of truth. The individual... | |
| John Tagg - 1988 - 242 pages
...manifestations and evaluations - in short, an entire complex, outside which prohibitions cannot be understood. **We must cease once and for all to describe the effects of power in negative terms** - as exclusion, repression, censorship, concealment, eradication. In fact, power produces. It produces... | |
| Patricia Ondek Laurence - 1993 - 241 pages
...states, "is always interactional" despite the negative terms traditionally applied to its effects: **"it 'excludes,' it 'represses,' it 'censors,' it 'abstracts,' it 'masks,' it 'conceals'** " (Discipline and Punish, p. 194). Instead, he asserts, "Power produces; it produces reality; it produces... | |
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