Aware that what she writes will be received by an almost exclusively middle-class audience -- readers of academic journals, listeners at professional conferences -- Martindale interpellates
within the article several memories of her own learning experiences as a daughter in a working-class family, as a student in primary and secondary Catholic schools, as a university undergraduate, and finally as an "apprentice scholar" in graduate studies.
Loin de Medine thus interpellates
Le blanc de l'Algerie, as both works, in turn, interpellate
If this letter is the scrap of text that most obviously interpellates
Jane as a national and imperial subject (granting her symbolically a name along with a familial and pecuniary legacy), the apparent failure of the text to reach its destination, its withholding by the very archive that it conscribes, again depends on the manner in which empire has become the heterogeneous supplement that both doubles and "half-effaces" national identity.
As Luc Boltanski and Eve Chiapello argue in their book The New Spirit of Capitalism, the contemporary capitalist system interpellates
and entices increasingly its subjects through the paradoxical imperative of being autonomous and creative.
This particular form of power interpellates
individuals as biocitizens or health consumers (Roberts) through discourses of risk and responsibility; biopower possesses the generative capacity to produce new forms of what is understood as the common sense of the truth of the biological, thus ensuring a smooth transition to this new form of biopolitics as the calculated management of the productive capacities of molecular forms of life following the revolution in the life sciences industry.
In the case of the TRC, the Commission, acting in the name of the State, interpellates
individuals by hailing all those who were "victimized" by the traumatic legacy of apartheid as united "South Africans".
As such, this omission pointedly interpellates
the English past simple tense sentence.
It is the nurse who interpellates
Lorde into the discourse of militarism; within this kind of landscape it is no wonder Lorde's reaction is to insist:
In rewriting spirituality as the stuff of ordinary life (as Marx rewrote Hegel) Wordsworth is indeed fulfilling the task he says he set himself in Lyrical Ballads, but in energizing the world of dead things with spirit (or imagination) it is death-in-life he interpellates
Ashcroft, Griffiths & Tiffen describe modern surveillance of imperial nation states, which implies a viewer with an elevated vantage point from which it objectifies and interpellates
the colonised subject.
the reader as an accomplice to verify his assumption that "(surely .
Contemporary society interpellates
the individual with the discourse of individualism through the law, the media, or advertising, the ends of which are primarily political.