Poststructuralism and information studies

@article{Day2005PoststructuralismAI,
  title={Poststructuralism and information studies},
  author={Ronald E. Day},
  journal={ARIST},
  year={2005},
  volume={39},
  pages={575-609}
}
Poststructuralism The meaning of the term “poststructuralism” is not without controversy. Culler (1982) has pointed to some of these problems, notably how different theorists have attempted to distinguish “structuralism” from “poststructuralism” using different criteria. Chalmers (1999, p. 1111) states that “structuralism focused on a notion of a shared, commonly understood language that individuals would use as a basis for each utterance or action. This aspect of the theory was later… CONTINUE READING

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