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This article offers a postcolonial critique of the Foucaultian literature on neoliberal governmentality. Although the Foucaultian approach to neoliberalism moves beyond market fundamentalism to indicate how governance operates through knowledge regimes, relations of force and technologies of the...
This article probes the evaluative frameworks applied to the consumption and consumers in a large corpus of texts written between 1920 and 2000. Scrutinizing English-language texts dealing with the virtues and shortcomings of market capitalism, the analysis first dissects the representation of...
Drawing on in-depth interviews with 10 French lesbians, gays and bisexuals (LGBs) living in the United States and 13 American LGBs living in France, this article examines how national cultural context shapes the way LGBs understand and frame their sexual identity. The meaning these mostly White...
This article argues that the diffusion of concepts and theories from one culture or society to another requires the active engagement of a category of agents which I identify as ‘intellectual entrepreneurs’. Two historically contrasting cases of the transmission of ideas are examined in order to...
Although scholars have argued that plot is key to narrative’s effects, no one has studied empirically how people interpret stories told along different plotlines. This has left unexamined an important puzzle: how do time- and place-specific beliefs intrude on the operation of plot genres in...
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