Self and space, resistance and discipline: a Foucauldian reading of George Orwell's 1984

@article{Tyner2004SelfAS,
  title={Self and space, resistance and discipline: a Foucauldian reading of George Orwell's 1984},
  author={J. Tyner},
  journal={Social & Cultural Geography},
  year={2004},
  volume={5},
  pages={129 - 149}
}
  • J. Tyner
  • Published 2004
  • Sociology
  • Social & Cultural Geography
The novel 1984, George Orwell's nightmarish vision of totalitarianism published after the Second World War, remains relevant in the twenty‐first century. Orwell's concerns regarding the abuse of power, the denial of self, and the eradication of both past and future continue to resonate in contemporary discussions of politics and society. Geographers, however, have directed minimal attention to the spatiality embedded within 1984. Accordingly, in this paper I examine the theoretical implications… Expand
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