Tag Archives: Discourse

On Meth

On Meth. Instead of the usual kind of Sociyology post, this one will be quite personal and entirely serious. To be honest, I’m still not sure if I should be writing this, much less post it.  But I think it’s … Continue reading

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Academe, Flexgility, and Social Engineering

“… it helps us to recognize neoliberalism as not just an economic or political philosophy or “ideological doctrine” but as a broad and multifaceted social movement with widespread implications for all aspects of politics, society and culture. It also helps … Continue reading

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Propaganda and Patriarchy

A few weeks ago I was stirred by the following image, which has been doing the rounds on Facebook: For some audiences the message presented by the above image will strike a chord. To others it will seem very questionable. … Continue reading

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Power, Revolution, Russell Brand, and Subtlety

On October 2013, in an interview between Russell Brand and Jeremy Paxman, I saw one discourse trying to dominate another, and attempt to exclude it when this failed. Brand had been offered the role of guest editor for the political magazine … Continue reading

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