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The thrust of this second emphasis derives from "post-structuralist" perspectives, particularly those that have been encouraged by Foucault's work on disciplinary power. Foucault (1977) provides a sophisticated discussion of power mat explicitly breaks with any conception of ideology. Foucault is interesting in at least two ways. First, he provides us with a critique of many conventional "views" on power. The core of this critique is that the conception of power needs to be freed from its "sovereign" auspices as a prohibitive concept.

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