The latest Tweets from Aletta Norval (@AlettaNorval). Professor & DVC Education Anglia Ruskin University, PFHEA, expressing personal views. Aletta J. Norval of Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) with expertise in: Foundations of Political Theory, Information Technology and Politics and Political. Memory, identity and the (im) possibility of reconciliation: The work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa. AJ Norval. Constellations 5 (2).
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Norval has authored and co-edited many books and has published numerous articles in journals such as: In reconstructing the horizon of intelligibility for biometrics, we can examine how scientific and administrative languages legitimize government policies Ezrahi, by uncoupling norvla solutions from political issues. Journal of Southern African Studies 25 3, A prominent member of the Essex School of discourse analysisshe is mainly known for her deconstructionist analysis of Apartheid discourse, for her methodological contributions to discourse analysis and for her work on decentred, democratic and poststructuralist political theory.
Biometrics are not just technological objects; they are inherently political as they already challenge contextual integrity as a principle safeguarding privacy Nissenbaum, EU Democracy Promotion Rethought: New citations to this author.
Acting Otherwise and Re-imagining Community more. In this paper I explore these ideas to elucidate the democratic processes through which demands for justice are staged. Norval studied political science at the University of Johannesburg South Africa and discourse analysis at Essex University. Chantal Mouffe topic Chantal Mouffe French: Please help improve it by replacing them with more appropriate citations to reliable, independent, third-party sources.
It highlights both the extent to which we are captive to everyday existence, in a state of inexpressibility, and the need for a turning around, a reorientation. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.
Remember me on this computer. Discourse Theory and Political Analysis: Bevir was educated at the University of Exeter and Oxford University.
Examining new practices of citizenship in the biometric state more. Log In Sign Up. In this paper we explore how biometrics is reshaping identification techniques and processes from a practice for transacting with the state into a frequent, mundane activity of everyday life.
My profile My library Metrics Alerts. The main question is: Scoping the future of identity management more. The paper argues for a critical engagement with the diffusion of biometrics in order to explore changes in social imaginaries and accompanying practices.
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More recently, she has worked on biometrics, focussing on issues of citizen consent to identity management techniques. Deconstructing apartheid discourse AJ Norval Verso The paper shows the trajectory of face identification from aletga practices to social media that allowed a government technology i.
Identities, Hegemonies and Social Change more. Get my own profile Cited by View all All Since Citations h-index 24 17 iindex 37 We examine these questions through a detailed analysis of identification as action and its relationship with identity, the role of material artefacts and forthcoming changes due to technological innovations. The Freedom Front and the Demand for a Volkstaat more.
Minoritarian Politics and the Pluralisation of Democracy more. Our focus is on government and industry discourses framing the uses of biometrics, and on their effects in social practices as these technologies are iterated in new contexts. Examining representations of biometrics in government and industry discourses more.
Embodiment and Biometrics And Identity. Under his directorship, the Ideology and Discourse Analysis programme has provided a research framework for the development of a distinct type of discourse analysis that draws on post-structuralist theory especially the work of Saussure, and Derridapost analytic thought Wittgenstein, and Richard Rorty and psychoanalysis primarily the wo Member feedback about Essex School of discourse analysis: This “Cited by” count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar.