human individuals as "subjects" in order to reproduce its specific relations of production' (p91).
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.
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.' That is, the nurse, doctor, or other staff member must become a part of a machine, and thus should be unthinking, uncaring, a do-er doing what is necessary to achieve externally imposed goals.
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.
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?
A second example of the compelling way in which Davies interpellates
a song into the narrative occurs in an unusual scene that is a complete flashback in itself.
That is, while both sexes may confess, only one sex (male) may ever serve as the confessor (religious, psychiatric, medical, and juridical) who interrogates, interpellates
, analyzes, explicates, coerces, chastises, defines, describes, prescribes, punishes, absolves, or withholds absolution.
In certain statements, Levinas very clearly associates the privilege of the face with the fact that it is the seat of the gaze-if the face is par excellence what I see (or set my sights on), it is because it is that which sees and aims: it interpellates
. (It does not objectify or threaten to objectify me, as one virile freedom would threaten another, to recall just in passing the difference from Sartre.) Thus there is no worldly privilege of organs as 'objects' available in the World, but a privilege in the de-phenomenalization in the phenomenon that characterizes the face and plays out as gaze: the gaze insofar as it expresses vulnerability and interpellation (rather than insofar as it perceives).
the viewer as subject and controlled body, thereby reenacting the inscription of power within space--an ironically critical maneuver.
Bringing together Althusser with Ernest Gellner and Benedict Anderson, for example, Clarke asserts that patriotism in Orwell's view 'interpellates
individuals within a specific set of historical and cultural narratives, and produces an "imagined community" that links the "nation as state" to the "nation as culture"' (p.
One image in particular shows how the culture of capital also interpellates
subjectivity through a more fluid reflection.