Intellectual Property Rights: Governing Cultural and Educational Futures

@article{Kapitzke2006IntellectualPR,
  title={Intellectual Property Rights: Governing Cultural and Educational Futures},
  author={Cushla Kapitzke},
  journal={Policy Futures in Education},
  year={2006},
  volume={4},
  pages={431 - 445}
}
This article uses Nikolas Rose's theory of governmentality to examine ways in which intellectual property is imbricated in a broad spectrum of globalised and globalising discourses. Using the 2004 Australia–United States Free Trade Agreement as a case in point, it shows how discourses of culture, trade, foreign policy, and security intersect and potentially restrict access to cultural knowledge and textual resources for young people and educators. 
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