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Robin Hoods or thieves? A Foucauldian analysis of international trade policies regarding software piracy
Unformatted Document Text:  Foucauldian analysis of international trade policies 34 Foucauldian Analytical Framework (Adapted from The Archaeology of Knowledge, 1972) Category(FunctionalAreas) 1 Object—Determine howsomething becomes anobject of discourse(Development ofvernacular used in IRBsystem) 2 Enunciativemodality—Explorerole of speakers in adiscursive event(Who has knowledge& expertise?) 3 Concept—Explorethe operative systemof knowledge incloser detail (Whodefines things?) 4 Strategy—Confrontthe pragmaticfunctions ofdiscursive acts (Whodo they serve?) Question 1 1-a “Surfaces ofEmergence,” aimed atdiscovering wherediscourse occurs 2-a Who is speaking,societal role orposition required tospeak(Presidents, federal& local regulators,legislators,researchers) 3-a Concerns theorder of discursiveacts; internalorganization ofparticular groups ofstatements, patternsof interaction,reasoning, andexpression 4-a Determination ofwhat is and is notconsistent with thediscourse under study(IRB’s differingresponses to similarprotocols) Question 2 1-b “Authorities ofdelimitation,” concernedwith who has the power toname and define thesubject of discourse 2-b Determination ofthe arenas in whichdiscourse obtainslegitimacy, theinstitutional sites ofdiscourse (Congress,handbooks, media) 3-b Examines typesand patterns ofstatements that are orare not sanctioned inor knowledge systems(Voices of students& scientists) 4-b Investigation ofthe relationship thatone set of discoursehas with another set(Institutions’renditions of federalrules) Question 3 1-c “Grids ofspecification,” descriptionof the systems by whichthe object is defined andcategorized 2-c Relationship ofspeakers to othergroups and domainsof objects, status ofspeakers in terms ofweb of humanrelations and theobjects they havelegitimacy to speakabout 3-c “Procedures ofintervention,” theways in whichstatements aretransferred from onedomain to another(Federal register,statutes, handbooks) 4-c Assessment of thefunction the discourseserves fornondiscursivepractice(Maintenance of thestatus quo;Following processwithout regard forpurpose)

Authors: Malyshev, Yuri. and Hamilton, Ann.
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Foucauldian analysis of international trade policies 34
Foucauldian Analytical Framework (Adapted from The Archaeology of Knowledge, 1972)
Category
(Functional
Areas)
1 Object—Determine how
something becomes an
object of discourse
(Development of
vernacular used in IRB
system)
2 Enunciative
modality—Explore
role of speakers in a
discursive event
(Who has knowledge
& expertise?)
3 Concept—Explore
the operative system
of knowledge in
closer detail (Who
defines things?)
4 Strategy—Confront
the pragmatic
functions of
discursive acts (Who
do they serve?)
Question 1
1-a “Surfaces of
Emergence,” aimed at
discovering where
discourse occurs
2-a Who is speaking,
societal role or
position required to
speak
(Presidents, federal
& local regulators,
legislators,
researchers)
3-a Concerns the
order of discursive
acts; internal
organization of
particular groups of
statements, patterns
of interaction,
reasoning, and
expression
4-a Determination of
what is and is not
consistent with the
discourse under study
(IRB’s differing
responses to similar
protocols)
Question 2
1-b “Authorities of
delimitation,” concerned
with who has the power to
name and define the
subject of discourse
2-b Determination of
the arenas in which
discourse obtains
legitimacy, the
institutional sites of
discourse (Congress,
handbooks, media)
3-b Examines types
and patterns of
statements that are or
are not sanctioned in
or knowledge systems
(Voices of students
& scientists)
4-b Investigation of
the relationship that
one set of discourse
has with another set
(Institutions’
renditions of federal
rules)
Question 3
1-c “Grids of
specification,” description
of the systems by which
the object is defined and
categorized
2-c Relationship of
speakers to other
groups and domains
of objects, status of
speakers in terms of
web of human
relations and the
objects they have
legitimacy to speak
about
3-c “Procedures of
intervention,” the
ways in which
statements are
transferred from one
domain to another
(Federal register,
statutes, handbooks)
4-c Assessment of the
function the discourse
serves for
nondiscursive
practice
(Maintenance of the
status quo;
Following process
without regard for
purpose)


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