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(common Althusserian term) the process by which ideology, embodied in major social and political institutions (ideological & repressive state apparatuses), constitutes the very nature of individual subjects' identities through the process of "hailing" them in social interactions

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published a string of profiles platforming white supremacists and neo-Nazis as if they were now an accepted part of the social fabric (thus interpellating them as such)

—p.11 We, Anti-Fascists (7) by Natasha Lennard
3 years, 11 months ago

the ghost hardly stands alone in the set of beings interpellated through gender

—p.27 Ghost Stories (25) by Natasha Lennard
3 years, 11 months ago

the working-class subject was interpellated by New Labour as a being capable of radical, indeed practically infinite, self-transformation

—p.593 Anti-Therapy (589) by Mark Fisher
5 years, 2 months ago

All totalizing systems that interpellate individual subjects to coincide strictly with their chosen role as social beings always "expulse" a certain residue

—p.58 Subscribing to the Imaginary Party: Notes on a Politics of Neo-Communism (50) by Andy Merrifield
4 years, 8 months ago

A person described as "mad" is constructed through interpellation by psychiatric discourse and clinical practice.

—p.82 Social Domination (63) by Graeme Kirkpatrick
6 years, 3 months ago

As the French Marxist Louis Althusser pointed out in his essay on the ideological state apparatuses, this is what makes the ‘interpellation’ process (his name for a particular kind of capitalist indoctrination) so effective

—p.132 The Theatre of Loss … Work (130) by Peter Fleming
6 years, 3 months ago

We can perhaps say that gaming interpellates [...] if gaming interpellates fragmented subjects, giving them a sense of purpose, then it does so in the service of dominant ideologies.

—p.34 Level 1 (27) by Alfie Bown
6 years, 1 month ago