Michel Foucault is a Nihilist goth from the 20th century who thinks society is a prison guarded by hierarchy – yeah, I know – I’m gonna go shopping and stick some needles in my face too. But what he means is: we change our behaviour if we are being watched. All hail CCTV. Academics are frequently locked in ivory towers, verging on jumping out – but this essay, if you can get through it, explains how HUMAN BEHAVIOUR is POLITICS: EVERY CHOICE IS POWER: WE MUST BE OUR OWN HEROINES. It followed The Stanford Prison Experiment in 1971, where Philip Zimbardo kidnapped a load of his Stanford psychology students (with really good hair) and imprisoned them, all men, resulted in extreme violence…film below.
political counterpart of the juridical norms according to which power was redistributed. Hence, no doubt, the importance that has been given for so long to the small techniques of discipline, to those apparently insignificant tricks that it has