Discourse, according to Foucault (and Rose) refers to “groups of statements which structure the way a thing is thought, and the way we act on the basis of that thinking…discourse is a particular knowledge about the world which shapes how the world is understood and how things are done in it” (Rose 136).
Answer the following question (choosing 1 or 2) with the given reading:
How is discourse shaped by power relations? How do geographers use discourse analysis to make these relations visible?
How does the method of discourse analysis connect to what we’ve learned about feminist epistemology (situated knowledges)?
What is intertexuality? Provide a concrete example using recent articles/discussions around Covid-19.