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September 12, 2011

Ideologies not only shape what people actually do think about, but also permit and encourage the possibilities of thought (Billig et al, 1988)” (p437)

Ref: Alan Radley and Marie Kennedy (1997) ‘Picturing Need: Images of Overseas Aid and Interpretations of Cultural Difference’ Culture & Psychology 3(4); 435-460   [Quoting: Billig, M., Condor, S., Edwards, D., Gane, M., Middleton, D., & Radley, A. (1988) Ideological Dilemmas: A Social Psychology of Everyday Thinking. London: Sage.]



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