Answer to Question #177886 in Sociology for lorian

Question #177886

Foucault argues in the conclusion that discipline is not just about control—it also produces new kinds of knowledge. He cites the rise of psychiatry and clinical medicine as examples. In an online society like our own, it is easy to spot instances of surveillance, such as when Facebook tracks our spending habits. But can you think of examples where such forms of discipline and surveillance have produced new kinds of knowledge? 



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2021-04-06T09:28:01-0400

Answers to the question.

1. Rise of counselors.

2. Rise of criminology

3. Rise of Education

4 Rise of saving accounts.



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