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1 Conclusion?

2 Recap Expose the embedded assumptions underlying knowledge claims, opens knowledge up to contestation Attention to history of systems of thought Identify modes of control: surveillance, normalisation and examination Perpetual suspicion and critique Questioning of normative categories BUT No grounds to claim one way is better than another Power is so ubiquitous as to become a meaningless analytic concept? Collapse into a postmodern anything goes-ism?

3 Further Reading and Resources Texts Comprehensive list at end of distributed reading ‘Using Foucault in Education Research’ Coming soon – Special Foucault issue in Pedagogy, Culture & Society Journal Websites Lectures on Foucault Michael Roth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHkZvRQIQ5s John Frow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlFG8W0b6jk

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