Dirty Work by Glen McNamara

By Glen McNamara

This real tale of police corruption and undercover assignments could have you reeling.

"All crime revolves round the monetary powerhouse that's the drug exchange. and medicine and paedophilia pass jointly like a hand in a glove." this can be internal Sydney within the warmth of the Eighties and the money and medicine are flowing freely.

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The ‘original’ gaming experience does not exist: the sensory and structural narrative modes of returning to the past create it as such. Indeed, the past gaming experience is entirely dependent on these structures, without which a ‘return’ would be impossible. As Foucault has suggested, narrating the past facilitates the injection of power into an otherwise silent object. It is a process of exposure (the game console is given a public display: it is allowed to ‘speak’), whereby the console is given a solidity (it is actualized as evidence of both the gamers’ present identity and the pleasure of gaming ‘itself’) and staticity (it can be returned to and functions as a locationary device).

Negotiated Performances If the memories and accounts of past gaming experiences are socio-culturally embedded, and negotiate with the power politics at play in the act of narration, then these elements should be examined. It is not only, as Foucault suggests, a matter of giving meaning to past events in order to construct or negotiate present day identity performances, nor is it only a matter of allowing space for the elements within each narrative to narrate and generate further narratives. It is also a matter of the power politics, which shape not only the narrative ‘itself’ but the ability to narrate.

Consoles are not bought solely because of the desire to own one, or to play a particular game. In fact Simon and Bob both suggest the opposite: it was not desire but boredom. In these explanations, a momentary emotional ‘weakness’ prompts the purchase: it is a temporary flux in an otherwise logical and rational narrative. I’m not suggesting that pleasure, desire and emotion are not there: they clearly are. But Bob and Simon work very hard at excusing their initial decision as a momentary emotional weakness, which they can rationalize when they look back.

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