By Andreas Fejes, Katherine Nicoll
Over the past two decades there was expanding curiosity within the paintings of Michel Foucault within the social sciences and specifically with relation to schooling. This, the 1st publication to attract on his paintings to think about lifelong studying, explores the importance of regulations and practices of lifelong studying to the broader societies of which they're a half. With a breadth of overseas participants and websites of research, this e-book bargains insights into such questions as: What are the results of lifelong studying guidelines inside socio-political structures of governance? What does lifelong studying do to our figuring out of ourselves as electorate? How does lifelong studying act within the legislation and re-ordering of what humans do? The ebook means that knowing of lifelong studying as contributory to the data financial system, globalisation or the hot paintings order might have to be revised if we're to appreciate its effect extra totally. It accordingly makes an important contribution to the research of lifelong studying.
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A set of actions upon other actions. (Foucault, in Dreyfus and Rabinow 1982: 220) A power relationship is always a question for Foucault of the conduct of conduct (this is a play by Foucault on the double meaning of the verb in French; to lead or drive and to behave or conduct oneself, see translator’s note in Dreyfus and Rabinow 1982: 221) and this is one of government: ‘For to “conduct” is at the same time to “lead” others (according to mechanisms of coercion which are, to varying degrees, strict) and a way of behaving within a more or less open ﬁeld of possibilities’ (Foucault, in Dreyfus and Rabinow 1982: 220–1).
A ‘discourse’ is a unit of human action, interaction, communication and cognition, not just a unit of language. It is not simply a way of expressing a pre-existing reality, nor a reference to things that pre-exist statements about them. Discourse is constitutive of knowledge, rather than simply the neutral expression or representation of something outside language. It fashions representations and shapes actions, making different ways of knowing the world and of acting within it possible. Actively seeking subjects?
Here, subjectivities are themselves re-fashioned to elicit a particular image of human beings: The self is to be a subjective being, it is to aspire to autonomy, it is to strive for personal fulﬁllment in its earthly life, it is to interpret its reality and destiny as a matter of individual responsibility, it is to ﬁnd meaning in existence by shaping its life through acts of choice. (Rose 1998: 151) It is the ethos of enterprise that helps to re-shape subjectivity through self-fashioning. This enterprise, usually coded in discourses of ﬂexibility, adaptability and innovation, can be found in many policies concerning employability and competitiveness.
Foucault and Lifelong Learning: Governing the Subject by Andreas Fejes, Katherine Nicoll