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Texts, Facts and Femininity
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1. Introduction 2. K is mentally ill: The anatomy of a factual account 3. The social organization of subjectivity: an analysis of the micro-politics of a meeting 4. On sociological description: a method from Marx 5. The active text: A textual analysis of the social relations of public textual discourse. 6. Femininity as discourse. 7. Textually mediated social organization.

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`There are several essays which are destined to become classics of their kind ...' - Times Higher Education Supplement

`A crucial book for feminists, for sociology and the new "political anthropological historical school". It informs us how we are differently "situated" in and through social relations, which texts and images mediate, organise and construct.' - Philip Corrigan, co-author of The Great Arch

`There are several essays which are destined to become classics of their kind ...' - THES

`A crucial book for feminists, for sociology and the new "political anthropological historical school". It informs us how we are differently "situated" in and through social relations, which texts and images mediate, organise and construct.' - Philip Corrigan, Exeter University

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