F99's majoritarianism, rather than referring to the numerical white majority and its supposedly homogenous interests in the Global North, interpellates
all women in the Global South and North in order to build collective consciousness, identity and action.
In Wendy Brown's formulation, neoliberalism "normatively constructs and interpellates
individuals as entrepreneurial actors in every sphere of life" and "figures individuals as rational, calculating creatures whose moral autonomy is measured by their capacity for 'self-care'" (2005:42).
focus on the past as a haunting, rather than as a reality immediately accessible to us, retain a sense of the difficulty of understanding what it was like to live that past, as well as making us reflect on how the past interpellates
Reading Between the World and Me makes me increasingly aware that the protagonist of the narrative is neither the subjectivity of personhood, nor the identity of the citizen, but repeatedly and relentlessly the body--the black body, which, of course, immediately implicates the white body and interpellates
the otherness of the body itself.
The Health Service, in the guise of 'the' organization or 'the' manager, or 'the' boss, interpellates
the nurse, doctor or other staff member through a call that says 'hey you, if you are to be a nurse, or doctor, or other staff member, then you must achieve all these goals and targets.
In this paper I demonstrate that television as an ideological state apparatus (Althusser, 1971) shapes opinions through employing ideology which tacitly interpellates
individuals in a particular way according to culture, space, age, and academic exposure.
In explicating the presence of ideology in everyday practice, he uses a pair of high-heel shoes to describe how it interpellates
women as subjects:
This transfer functions on multiple levels of ideology as well, as each text carries what Peter Hollindale describes as "quiescent and unconscious ideology" (30) that interpellates
its readers as conforming to their part of the pedagogical relationship.
They provide unexpected and alternative sites through which to consider how the colonization of indigenous peoples by the United States shapes and interpellates
Japanese Americans, Chinese Americans, and Americans of Japanese Ancestry into subjectivity as simultaneously ambivalent, liminal, and model minority citizens of the United States.
When a character addresses to the camera he/she interpellates
the one who the film address to.
be it in the form of equipments and appropriate software, or at the level of their pedagogical applications, interpellates
us to consider the urgent need of teachers trained in their use, more particularly in the way these technologies can become common usage in the academic life of these academic institutions .
If utopia interpellates
a radically reconstituted utopian subject, how can the non-utopian subject identify with an utterly other subject position, involving as it would the complete eradication of subjectivity as it is known and felt?