Topic: Learning journal article

: Practice Theory
You need to summarise 2 of these academic articles (your choice)
Bourdieu, P 1972 Outline of Theory of Practice Chaps 1 and or 2, http://ebooks.cambridge.org.ezproxy.lib.bbk.ac.uk/ebook.jsf?bid=CBO9780511812507
Bourdieu, P. 1990. Structures, habitus, practices & Belief and the body. In Logic of practice. Cambridge: Polity, 52-66. https://readings.bbk.ac.uk/readings/B/BORDIEU(1990)25184.pdf
Bourdieu, P. 1989 Social Space and Symbolic Power, Sociological Theory, 1:14-25 (in BBK ejournal library)
Wacquant, L. 1992 Toward a social praxeology: the structure and logic of Bourdieu’s sociology. In: Bourdieu, P. An invitation to reflexive sociology. Cambridge: Polity Press. pp 1-59. https://readings.bbk.ac.uk/readings/W/Wacquant1992.pdf

You can use these and the other articles also to answer question 2 if relevant. Further, you can use any of these articles below to answer question 2 (these articles below can not be summarised for question 1 however!) There should be a minimum of 2 additional readings to answer question 2 (i.e. sourced from the list below or own source where applicable)
Bourdieu, P 1998 Neo-liberalism, the Utopia (Becoming a Reality) of Unlimited Exploitation, Acts of Resistance, Against the Tyranny of the Market, pp94-105 (google it)
Bourdieu, P 1998 The essence of neoliberalism., Le Monde Diplomatique http://mondediplo.com/1998/12/08bourdieu
McRobbie, A 2004 Notes on ‘What not to Wear’ and post-feminist symbolic violence, Sociological Review 52, Issue Supplement S2 pp97-109 (in BBK ejournal library)
Rivers-Moore 2010 But the kids are okay: motherhood, consumption and sex work in neo-liberal Latin America The British Journal of Sociology 61:4, pp716-736 (in BBK ejournals)
Stoebenau K 2009 Symbolic capital and health: the case of women’s sex work in Antananarivo, Madagascar, Social Science and Medicine, 68:11
Vera-Sanso P 1995 Community, Seclusion and Female Labour Force Participation in Madras, India, Third World Planning Review, 17:2, 155-168
Weininger E 2002 Foundations of Class Analysis in the work of Bourdieu in Wright (ed) Alternative Foundations of Class Analysis

Week 2: Knowledge / Power
You need to summarise 2 of these academic articles (your choice)
Foucault, M. 1982. The Order of Discourse. In Untying the Text: A Post-Structuralist Reader, ed. R. Young. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. https://readings.bbk.ac.uk/readings/F/Foucault1981.pdf
Foucault, M. Governmentality. In Power: The Essential Works of Michel Foucault 1954-1984, v. 3. London: Penguin, 201-225. https://readings.bbk.ac.uk/readings/F/Foucault(2)2002.pdf
Lemke, T 2001, ‘The birth of bio-politics’: Michel Foucault’s lecture at the Collège de France on neo-liberal governmentality, Economy and Society Volume 30 Number 2 May 2001: 190–207 (in library e-journals)
You can use these and the other articles also to answer question 2 if relevant. Further, you can use any of these articles below to answer question 2 (these articles below can not be summarised for question 1 however!) There should be a minimum of 2 additional readings to answer question 2 (i.e. sourced from the list below or own source where applicable)
Escobar, A 1988, Power and Visibility: Development and the Invention and Management of the Third World, Cultural Anthropology 4:428-443
Escobar, A. 1995. Encountering Development: The Making and Unmaking of the Third World. Princeton University Press.
Ferguson, James and Akhil Gupta. 2002 Spatializing States: Toward an Ethnography of Neo-liberal 
Governmentality. American Ethnologist, 29(4), 981-1002. 

Gardner, K. and Lewis, D. 1996. Anthropology, development and the post-modern challenge. London: Pluto.
S. Greenhalgh, 1994 Controlling births and bodies in village China. American Ethnologist, 21(1):3-30.
Grillo, R.D and R. L. Stirrat (eds). 1997. Discourses of Development: Anthropological Perspectives. Oxford: Berg
Inda, J X (ed) 2005. Anthropologies of modernity: Foucault, governmentality and life politics, Oxford : Blackwell
Mosse, D and D. Lewis (eds). 2005. The Aid Effect: Giving and Governing in International Development. London: Pluto
Vera-Sanso, P 2000. Risk-talk: the politics of risk and its representation, in Caplan P (ed) Risk Revisited

Week 3: Affect
You need to summarise 2 of these academic articles (your choice)

Ahmed, S (2004) Affective Economies, Social Text79, 22:2 pp117-139
Beatty, A (2005) Emotions in the Field: What are We Talking About? Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 11:1 pp17-37
Labanyi, J, (2010) Doing Things: Emotion, Affect and Materiality, Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies, pp 223-6
Leavitt, J (1996) Meaning and Feeling in the Anthropology of Emotions, American Ethnologist, 23:3 p514-539
Massumi, B (1995) The Autonomy of Affect, Cultural Critique, 31 pp83-109 (read Labanyi first).
Reeser & Gottzen (2018) Masculinity and affect: new possibilities, new agendas, International Journal for Masculinity Studies, 13:3-4, pp145-157
Skoggard, I & Waterston, A (2015) Introduction: Toward and Anthropology of Affect and Evocative Ethnography, Anthropology of Consiousness, 26:2, pp109-210

You can use these and the other articles also to answer question 2 if relevant. Further, you can use any of these articles below to answer question 2 (these articles below can not be summarised for question 1 however!) There should be a minimum of 2 additional readings to answer question 2 (i.e. sourced from the list below or ones not used from essential reading list above or own source where applicable)

Barker and Richardo (2005) Young Men and the Construction of Masculinity in Sub-Saharan Africa: Implications for HIV/AIDS, Conflict and Violence, Social Development Papers 26, World Bank: Washington, http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/481401468101357773/pdf/327120rev0PAPER0AFR0young0men0WP26.pdf
Syversten and Bazzi (2015) Sex Work, Heroine Injection and HIV Risk in Tijuana: A Love Story, Anthropology of Consciousness, 26:2 pp 182-194

Week 4: Ethics
You need to summarise 2 of these academic articles (your choice)

D’Andrade, R. 1995. Moral Models in Anthropology. Current Anthropology 36, 399-408. E-journal link: http://ezproxy.lib.bbk.ac.uk/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/2744050
Scheper-Hughes, N. 1995. The Primacy of the Ethical: Propositions for a Militant Anthropology. Current Anthropology 36, 409-420. E-journal link: http://ezproxy.lib.bbk.ac.uk/login?url=http://www.jstor.org/stable/2744051
Low and Merry 2010 Engaged Anthropology: Diversity and Dilemmas, Current Anthropology, 51, S2 (in BBK ejournal library)
Spencer 2010 The Perils of Engagement: A space for Anthropology in the Age of Security? Current Anthropology, 51, S2 (in BBK ejournal library)
You can use these and the other articles also to answer question 2 if relevant. Further, you can use any of these articles below to answer question 2 (these articles below can not be summarised for question 1 however!) There should be a minimum of 2 additional readings to answer question 2 (i.e. sourced from the list below or own source where applicable)
Articles in Current Anthropology 2010 by Alan Smart, by Kamran Asdar Ali, by Clarke, (open access journal, google authors/journal, also in BBK ejournal library)
Caplan, P. 2003. Introduction, The ethics of anthropology: debates and dilemmas. London: Routledge.

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