Using Foucault's methods / Gavin Kendall and Gary Wickham.

By: Kendall, GavinContributor(s): Wickham, Gary, 1951-Material type: TextTextSeries: Introducing qualitative methodsPublication details: London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, 1999Description: viii, 163 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 0761957162; 0761957170 (pbk.)Subject(s): Foucault, Michel, 1926-1984 | Historical sociology | Science -- Philosophy | Culture -- PhilosophyLOC classification: HM487 | .K46 1999
Contents:
Pt. I. History, Archaeology, Genealogy and Discourse as the Cornerstones of Foucault's Methods. 1. 'I'm interested in Foucault, but why should I be interested in history?'. 2. 'My head is spinning; doesn't history have to be more orderly than this?' -- Pt. II. Science and Culture as Important Objects of Analysis for those using Foucault's Methods. 3. 'Why has everybody started following scientists around?'. 4. 'Have I missed something? Modernism seems to have come and gone and yet never appeared, and power and knowledge seem to have become door-closers and crustaceans'. 5. 'Can I apply this stuff to Shakespeare and shopping?' -- Pt. III. Conclusion. 6. 'Is Foucault a party animal?'.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [151]-159) and index.

Pt. I. History, Archaeology, Genealogy and Discourse as the Cornerstones of Foucault's Methods. 1. 'I'm interested in Foucault, but why should I be interested in history?'. 2. 'My head is spinning; doesn't history have to be more orderly than this?' -- Pt. II. Science and Culture as Important Objects of Analysis for those using Foucault's Methods. 3. 'Why has everybody started following scientists around?'. 4. 'Have I missed something? Modernism seems to have come and gone and yet never appeared, and power and knowledge seem to have become door-closers and crustaceans'. 5. 'Can I apply this stuff to Shakespeare and shopping?' -- Pt. III. Conclusion. 6. 'Is Foucault a party animal?'.

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