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Are certain socioeconomic climates more or less poised to give birth to recession — and what sort of political positionalities or modes of thought find themselves competing to “solve” recessive crises?
* Suspect positionalities watch: Marc Ambinder says we should “follow the developments in Iran like a CIA analyst.”
I'm also not sure about the degree to which the term "identity" can still articulate one's sense of selfhood or belonging when we increasingly inhabit multiple positionalities AND we identify with and through these various positions as a matter of course.
This conference also aims at igniting discussion and debate on the contrasting logics of resistance as they are enacted from disparate geopolitical positionalities.
February 10th, 2010 at 2:19 pm hi danah, my responses to the Facebook post (‘Race and Social Networking Sites: Putting Facebook’s Data in Context) also relate to this message, both relative to the question of who is seen as/assumed to be authorized to speak, and how Facebook can be used to present the facade of diversity in the absence of a genuine commitment to having respect for different perspectives, experiences, and positionalities (i.e. a ‘diverse’ group of Facebook ‘friends,’ and what it does and does not mean/indicate/index). as others have already said, very much appreciated the post.
* Arbitrarily defined political, social, and religious positionalities correlate with a measurement that doesn’t mean anything to prove people like me are smarter than everybody else.