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Practice theory: agency vs structure

“Practice theory” set out to resolve the old ‘agency versus structure’ debate. Did it do...
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An essay on Foucault

To what extent are Discipline & Punish and The History of Sexuality Volume I about the same...
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Emotion and Affect

A number of anthropological paradigms have attempted an explanation of emotion, and especially...

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  • Practice theory: agency vs structure

    Anthropology Tutor (South West London) Picture “Practice theory” set out to resolve the old ‘agency versus structure’ debate. Did it do so, in your opinion?   The old debate of ‘agency versus structure’ is old, but nonetheless significant. ‘Practice theory’, developed by Pierre Bourdieu in the late 1970s, should prove its...
  • Emotion and Affect

    Anthropology Tutor (South West London) Picture A number of anthropological paradigms have attempted an explanation of emotion, and especially affect. ‘Affect’ can be defined as a person’s externally displayed mood. Schieffelin’s ethnography of the Kaluli of PNG tells us that men will simulate anger to elicit a response. Kaluli men,...
  • An essay on Foucault

    Anthropology Tutor (South West London) Picture To what extent are Discipline & Punish and The History of Sexuality Volume I about the same thing?   These two works are essentially historical.  Their themes are contrasting but their focus is similar.  Making power and knowledge relations the heartbeat of his work, Michel Foucault examines...