By H. Giroux
Throughout the lens of schooling, this e-book makes an attempt to situate teens inside a couple of theoretical and political concerns that provide up a brand new 'analytic of youth', person who posits not just the emergence of a brand new strategy to speak about early life but in addition a brand new language for knowing the politics that expanding body their lives.
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The GNP does not measure justice, integrity, courage, compassion, wisdom, and learning, among other values vital to the interests and health of a democratic society. Nor does it address the importance of civic participation, public goods, dissent, and the fostering of democratic institutions. In a P e d a g o g y o f C o m m o d i f i c at i o n 41 society driven almost entirely by market mentalities, moralities, values, and ideals, consuming, selling, and branding become the primary mode through which to deﬁne agency and social relations—intimate and public—and to shape the sensibilities and inner lives of adults as well as how society deﬁnes and treats its children.
6 State sovereignty thus refashioned abdicates its obligations to democratic governance and wields its remaining powers in the interests of matters of national security, a culture of fear, and disciplinary functions designed to contain, order, and control its various populations, especially young people. Just as American society moves into the twenty-ﬁrst century, neoliberalism exercises its own form of sovereignty and mode of rationality through the invisible hand of the market, which is aided by a 30 Yo u t h i n a S u s p e c t S o c i e t y host of emerging electronic technologies and produces new modes of governance, new relationships between power and politics, and a distinct merging of everyday life and the realm of the political.
In this discourse, the related concepts of transience, circulation, replacement, waste, and disposability become central to a biopolitics of neoliberalism in which nothing holds its shape for long and everything is up for sale. According to Bauman: Contrary to some scholarly accounts and popular beliefs, consumption (surely in its current form) is not about possessions, but about acquisition and quick disposal of the goods acquired so that the site is cleared for the next shopping expedition. Removal, dumping and destruction of goods are as crucial a part of consumption as the acquisition of goods.
Youth in a Suspect Society: Democracy or Disposability? by H. Giroux