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Type: Book chapter
Title: Poststructural interview analysis: Politicizing "personhood"
Author: Bacchi, C.
Bonham, J.
Citation: Poststructural Policy Analysis: A Guide to Practice, 2016 / Bacchi, C., Goodwin, S. (ed./s), Ch.Appendix, pp.113-121
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publisher Place: New York, NY
Issue Date: 2016
ISBN: 1137525444
Editor: Bacchi, C.
Goodwin, S.
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Carol Bacchi and Jennifer Bonham
Abstract: This Appendix introduces a new poststructural approach to interview analysis. It outlines seven closely related processes that address the following questions: • precisely what is said in the interview? • how was it or is it possible to say those things? • which networks of relations (discursive practices) are relevant to the interview topic? • what do the selected “things said” produce as “subjects”, “objects” and “places”? • how do the interviewers and interviewees problematize “what they are, what they do, and the world in which they live” (Foucault, 1986: 10)? • which “things said” put in question pervasive ways of thinking? • what political consequences follow from interviewers’ selection and distribution practices?
Keywords: “things said”; politicization; “regimes of truth”; discursive practices; subject positions; transformation; distribution
Rights: © The Author(s) 2016
DOI: 10.1057/978-1-137-52546-8
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