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And these enwrap each individual life decision and action—about labour [sic], purchases, debts, credits, lifestyle, sexual contracts and the like—in a web of incitements, rewards, current sanctions and foreboding of future sanctions which serve to enjoin citizens to maintain particular types of control over their conduct.
These assemblages which entail the securitization of identity are not unified, but dispersed, not hierarchical but rhizomatic, not totalized but connected in a web or relays and relations.
As its name suggests, Author-Date uses parenthetical citations in the text to reference the source's author's last name and the year of publication.
Each parenthetical citation corresponds to an entry on a References page that concludes the document.
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