Action Research: The Politics of Bureaucracies

This is the next installment of a long running scrutinisation of how bureaucracies and organisational structures are operating in the lives of people who live under them. The articles published on this website are a series of ethnographic perspectives in the preambles brought together with sections of a more academic thesis which interrogates the imposition […] Read more...

Working Classness: Class as a Topology of Finance and Status

In this work I am attempting to make sense of the world, not just from my own perspective but to find a formulation which offers a means of understanding the sense other people make from their relative positions in shifting and changing cultural landscapes. Class as a term gets used a lot in Britain but […] Read more...

Human Rights and the Psychiatric Setting

This is an article exploring human rights in relation to the mental health industrial complex which has risen to articulate the way which people are treated in response to their need for support.  In this piece of writing I examine human rights discourses in the context of present day Britain and deconstruct some of the […] Read more...