(E–pub) Pleasure Consuming Medicine BY Kane Race
- Pleasure Consuming Medicine
- Kane Race
- 13 June 2020
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Pleasure Consuming Medicine Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free On a summer night in 2007 the Azure Party part of Sydney's annual gay and lesbian Mardi Gras is underway Alongside the party outfits drugs lights and DJs is a volunteer care team trained to deal with the drug related emergencies that occasionally occur But when police appear at the gates with drug detecting dogs mild panic ensues Some patrons down all their drugs heightening their risk of overdose Others try their luck at the gates After twenty six attendees are arrested with small uantities of illicit substances the party is shut down and the remaining partygoers disperse into t.Free read Ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free õ Kane Race
Pleasure Consuming Medicine Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free He city streets For Kane Race the Azure Party drug search is emblematic of a broader technology of power that converges on embodiment consumption and pleasure in the name of health In Pleasure Consuming Medicine he illuminates the symbolic role that the illicit drug user fulfills for the neoliberal state As he demonstrates the state's performance of moral sovereignty around substances designated illicit bears little relation to the actual dangers of drug consumption; in fact it exacerbates those dangersRace does not suggest that drug use is risk free good or bad but rather that t.
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Pleasure Consuming Medicine Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free He regulation of drugs has become a site where ideological lessons about the propriety of consumption are propounded He argues that official discourses about drug use conjure a space where the neoliberal state can be seen to be policing the excesses of the amoral market He explores this normative investment in drug regimes and some counterpublic health measures that have emerged in response These measures which Race finds in certain pragmatic gay men's health and HIV prevention practices are not cloaked in moralistic language and they do not cast health as antithetical to pleasur.