Using Foucault's Methods by Gary Wickham, Gavin Kendall
Using Foucault's Methods Gary Wickham, Gavin Kendall ebook
ISBN: 0761957170, 9780761957171
Download Using Foucault's Methods. Drawing on recently published Collège de France lectures, it is useful to those concerned with Foucault's engagement with the 'psy-disciplines' and those interested in the practical application of Foucault's critical research methods. Using Foucault's Methods by Gary Wickham, Gavin Kendall. That said, it is worth noting that Dewey explicitly contrasts the methods of social science with those of natural science, a distinction that not all philosophers have been careful to make. What is revolutionary in Foucault's approach is just how he concerns himself with these peculiar social objects. Like Foucault, Dewey thought of inquiry as structured not around a quest for eternal truth, but rather as the melioration of a fraught situation — in other words, both Dewey and Foucault were 'problem-and-response' thinkers (cf. Using Foucault's Methods Gary Wickham, Gavin Kendall Language: English Page: 171. A great companion to read alongside Foucault is Using Foucault's Methods by Gavin Kendal and Gary M. Some notes made on reading Kendall, G. The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge. There's lots of ways to illustrate the central dynamic – just organizational communication can unpack it in different ways – but using Foucault is a pretty short way to get to the end. In both of these works, Foucault never discusses using certain methods of speaking or stylistic choices (like vivid language) to take up more “space” in the audience's mind. [v] If Foucault intended his work for users rather than readers, an evaluation of his methods allows us to determine the degree to which we might want to use his scholarly tools. On Sun, 16 Sep 2007 11:52:33 +0200 "Frank Ejby Poulsen"