Faculty of Education
University of Wollongong
Wollongong, NSW 2522
Mobile asylums: Psychopathologisation as a personal, portable psychiatric prison
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) - Papers (2010)
Psychopathologisation, broadly understood as processes that lead to the effects of being psychopatholigised, can have considerable consequences for isolating students ...
Mobile asylums: psychopathologisation as a personal, portable psychiatric prison
Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education (2010)
Psychopathologisation, broadly understood as processes that lead to the effects of being psychopathologised, can have considerable consequences for isolating students ...
Young people, education and unlawful non-citizenship: Spectral sovereignty and governmentality ...
Globalisation, societies and education (2009)
This paper considers Judith Butler’s discussion of the intersections between governmentality and sovereign power in Precarious life: the powers of ...
Scrutinizing sexuality and psychopathology: a Foucauldian inspired strategy for qualitative ...
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (2007)
This article discusses a Foucauldian-inspired strategy applied to the analysis of the production of truths about psychopathology, sexuality and young ...