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Foucault and Family Relations analyzes notions of property in rural Australia during the colonial period and how these conceptions maintained family stability. Using Foucault’s ideas on family, sexuality, race, space, and economics, Voyce outlines how inheritance and divorce law were established so that the state could rule from a distance.
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