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limitations are real, and are not under the control of some deeper self or purpose, but are the self and purpose, with its strengths and weaknesses. Acted out and observable identities, the ‘habitus’ of Bourdieu, have all the importance of the cloak which Clytemnestra threw over Agamemnon, in its constricting as well as its enabling possibilities. And like the one which enabled Agamemnon to be murdered, while it can be changed, precisely because it is a human creation it cannot be cast on and off instantly and at will. This lack of unfettered freedom in all the

in Cultivating political and public identity

from the Commission. Additional Commission Contribution to the Intergovernmental Conference. Regulations Governing Political Parties. 28 See ‘Contribution of the Court of Justice and of the Court of First Instance to the IGC’. The document can be found at the EU/ECJ Internet site ‘europa’. 29 Opinion of the ESC, ‘IGC 2000 and the role of the ESC’, Brussels, 1 March 2000. 30 See ‘Opinion of the Committee of the Regions on the IGC’, 17 February 2000, Committee on Institutional Affairs/005, 32A. 31 See COM (2000) 34 Final, 26 January 2000. 32 Reported by W. Wallace

in Theory and reform in the European Union
From starving children to satirical saviours

these times the frequency of posts increased, however the circulation of the material reduced. This indicates that the coalition, who were advised by social media consultants, were better equipped at producing communications that fitted the architecture of Facebook. Nick Couldry proposes that media research is often constrained by a focus on texts or audiences instead of the ‘open set of practices

in Global humanitarianism and media culture