Drawing Boundaries. Insights from both the quantitative analysis and…

Drawing Boundaries. Insights from both the quantitative analysis and…

Insights from both the analysis that is quantitative the interviews informed and enriched the type of closer, critical discourse analysis presented right right here.

as the research broadly addressed the construction of a collective identification and the ‘us’ and ‘them’ produced (for a good example of some very very early analysis along these lines, see Turner, 2011 ), the main focus for this article is particularly from the boundary management that such construction entails defining ‘us’ is really as much a process of determining ‘not us’ as whatever else (hallway, 1996 ) when it comes to mag and its own visitors. The wish to have distinction can scarcely assist but cause the policing of whom may or is almost certainly not accepted, and invests in ‘others’ a feeling of risk (Rutherford, 1990 ). Douglas ( 1966 ) covers the necessity for purchase and unity of experience that creates efforts at purification, a type of tidying up of culture, by recourse to notions of contagion and pollution. A lot of Douglas’s thesis revolves around morality and faith or belief and their function in keeping social structure and discouraging transgression, and it’s also interesting that in her conversation of social control in a lesbian community, Robinson ( 2008 ) also highlights the some ideas of deviance and trouble. Continue reading “Drawing Boundaries. Insights from both the quantitative analysis and…”