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Sociology of Terror

SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Washing Machine, Essentialism, Mcgraw-Hill Education
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(5) Perspectives on Gender, Science and Technology Domestic Before industrialization the family was a basic social unit. Most families were rural and technology self-sustaining. In these pre-industrial families women had a...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ubiquitous Computing, Mark Weiser, Deterritorialization
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Week 12: 9 April: Media, Culture, and Infrastructure Readings (20): Miller, Part II: A: The Invention of Fasbook (158-163); Heather Horst, Aesthetics of the Self: Digital Mediations (15) Wk 12 9th april Infrastructure to a...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Governmentality
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Infrastructure are built networks-often physical, Why do we look at it: bc it gives us insights into political rationality, apparatus of governmentality Infrastructure are things and the relation between things A medium en...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Adam Curtis, Deconstruction, Impression Management
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Why not publish images? Military sensitivity? Theyve always been freaky about bodies. Respect for families of dead soldiers? Sanitize war? concealing the human cost and its central activity? Restricted access to media Mayb...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Me Too Movement, Zoriah Miller
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Violence as Pedagogic Has different effects for victims for witnesses For perpetrators Violence used politically to produce consent and compliance through fear, to produce subjectivities Fear reaches down to individuals (e...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Unthinkable, Abjection, Intersubjectivity
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State terror: unthinkable? If torture is unimaginable in unmediated form, unpresentable for what it is, its representation must be fitted into existing, acceptable discourses: patriotism, retaliation for real and imagined ...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: List Of Body Horror Media, Chthonic, Sentience
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loss of objects sentience worlds thickness of self as object self in-the-world pain eclipses other senses It expands in body Pain Physical pain is able to obliterate psychological pain because it obliterates all psychologi...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mary Douglas, Performance Art, The Symbolic
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food loathing the spasms and vomiting that protect me. (Kristeva 2) somatic responses What are these? Subjectivity Kristeva: we make abject that part of ourselves we must exclude e.g. the mother to construct a separate ide...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stanford University Press, Cedar Forest, Humbaba
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Incomprehension at injuries George Barnes, the first minister of pensions in Britain, was better acquainted than anyone else with the scope of the casualties. In 1917, he travelled from London to Roehampton Hospital, the c...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anthony Hopkins, Jodie Foster, Abjection
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Script: no idea or image that might lend itself to a rational explanation of any kind would be accepted. Nothing, in the film, symbolizes anything. The only method of investigation of the symbols would be, perhaps, psychoa...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Creeping Death
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Aging As the body breaks down, it becomes increasingly the object of attention, usurping the place of all other objects, so that finally, in very old and sick people, the world may exist only in a circle two feet out from ...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Abjection, Existential Crisis, Impossible Object
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content violence and the abject - existential crisis self, body, abject - holding on the abject and culture - defending against https:www.youtube.comwatch?v=mZI12WHWvAgThe Painless Dentist https:www.youtube.comwatch?v=K1ph...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: United Nations Convention Against Torture, Lingchi
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Taboo Torture as mode of governance?? Historical ambiguity: homeabroad Citizen pact > keep it a secret state practice Western conscience > postcolonial Became: the worst thing we can do [abject boundary] Convention Against...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Rory Kennedy, Black Site, Homo Sacer
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Secret torture Invisible spaces campdetention centre rendition: outsource torture to other states impunity of torturers no witness, individual obliteration, silent witness Amnesty International condemned - Climate Of Tortu...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey
SCLG2623 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Oxford University Press
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Producing abject categories Moral invisibility (denied rights or sympathy) Traumatized and permanently damaged Rosencoff a Tupamaro guerilla leader in Uruguay imprisoned in dictatorship (1967-1983) Military: we wont kill y...

Sociology
SCLG2623
Michael Norman Thurlbeck Humphrey

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