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Governmentality: Power and Rule in Modern Society (edition 2009)

by Dr Mitchell M Dean

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Title:Governmentality: Power and Rule in Modern Society
Authors:Dr Mitchell M Dean
Info:Sage Publications Ltd (2009), Edition: Second Edition, Paperback, 304 pages
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Tags:B, Soziologie, Politik, Herrschaft, Foucault Michel

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0803975899, Paperback)

Lucid, timely and shrewd, this book makes a major contribution to understanding a concept that is belatedly being recognized as a core concept in the social sciences, governmentality.

By looking at the work of Foucault, this book aims to reclaim governmentality as a central concept in sociology, asking what is governmentality and how are individuals and cultures organised in modern society?

Dean seeks to learn from Foucault, but also draws on wider analytical frameworks and traditions to provide the first complete overview of the concept. He argues that governmentality encapsulates a fundamentally new orientation to the study of power and authority. It allows for a new, more relevant understanding of how the individ

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