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ArticulAtion theory

  • In: Encyclopedia of Identity
  • Edited by: Ronald L. Jackson II & Michael A. Hogg
  • Subject:Self & Identity, Identity, Self & Identity

Articulation theory is a cultural studies theory and methodology that aims to account for the powerful material consequences of the ideas, principles, and beliefs that make up ideologies. It provides an insightful means by which to account for the ways in which discourse and discursive formations are able to bind people and their sense of identity together in concrete ways. Stuart Hall, Jennifer Daryl Slack, Ernesto Laclau, and Chantal Mouffe are the major proponents of this approach who all, in different ways, use ...

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