Reference : What is subjectivation? Key concepts and proposals for further research
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What is subjectivation? Key concepts and proposals for further research
Traue, Boris mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Education and Social Work (DESW) >]
Pfahl, Lisa [Universität Innsbruck]
Following the subject. Grundlagen und Zugänge empirischer Subjektivierungsforschung - Foundations and Approaches of Empirical Subjectivation Research
Bosancic, Sasa
Brodersen, Folke
Pfahl, Lisa
Schürmann, Lena
Traue, Boris mailto
New York
[en] Subjectivation ; Identity ; Socialisation
[en] The concept of ‘subjectivation’ is commonly used in the social sciences and
humanities, but its meaning is often less than clear. The paper disambiguates different uses of
subjectivation in poststructuralist sociology and interpretative sociology by showing how they
draw from the terminologies of subjectivity subjection, and subjectness. A relational
framework for the study of subjectivation is introduced, highlighting conceptual concerns in
subjectivation research: affectivity, materiality, and agency, which together allow the authors
to focus on a concept of the “subject of rights”.

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