the means of correct training

How to deal with service dog staring -
Just think that this is how models must feel cause people are staring at how beautiful they are.

anonymous asked:

Is it bad that my siblings think I'm crazy for constantly being huddled up in my room away from contact with humans? I'm not an introvert, I just don't like seeing people when I'm not at school.

I mean i was trained in this for a bit and anyone please correct me I am wrong but i don’t think it’s necessarily a bad thing especially if you’re not fond of school to begin with and these days that seems to be a norm. Personally i think we all do need time to ourselves and some days do seem to drag on forever. but at the same time it is healthy if you do get some sort of social interaction. like you can stay in your room but make sure to have the blinds open or go out for a bit. lack of sunlight can cause you to feel listless and sad. 

The workshop, the school, the army were subject to a whole micropenality of time (lateness, absences, interruptions of tasks), of activity (inattention, negligence, lack of zeal), of behavior (impoliteness, disobedience), of speech (idle chatter, insolence), of the body (“incorrect” attitudes, irregular gestures, lack of cleanliness), of sexuality (impurity, indecency). At the same time, by way of punishment, a whole series of subtle procedures was used, from light physical punishment to minor deprivations and petty humiliations. It was a question both of making the slightest departure from correct behavior subject to punishment, and of giving a punitive function to the apparently indifferent elements of the disciplinary apparatus: so that, if necessary, everything might serve to punish the slightest thing; each subject find himself caught in a punishable, punishing universality. “By the word punishment, one must understand everything that is capable of making children feel the offense they ahve commited, everything that is capable of humiliating them, of confusing them… a certain coldness, a certain indifference, a question, a humiliation, a removal from office.”
—  The Means of Correct Training - Michel Foucault
For a long time this model oft he camp, or at least its underlying principle, was found in urban development, in the construction of working-class housing estates, hospitals, asylums, prisons, schools: the spatial ‘nesting’ of hierarchized surveillance. The principle was one of 'embedding’ (encastrement). The camp was to the rather shameful art of surveillance what the dark room was to the great science of optics.
—  The Means of Correct Training -  Michel Foucault