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In an accountability context, Roberts (1991, 2001, 2009) argues that the distinction between self and other(s) emerges out of a process of seeing and being seen. In “taking over” the attitudes of others towards herself, partly through the acquisition of language, the child discovers not only herself but is introduced to the beliefs, values, rules and injunctions that structure social life. Our awareness of self develops simultaneously with our awareness of the world and our relation to others. So others’ “reflections” are very important to humans.
The Football Supporters Association (FSA) was formed in 1985 with an aim of securing supporter representation at every level of the game. There are many other football supporters groups, for example, The Football Supporters Federation which hosts an annual Fans’ Parliament Conference, the Fans Network, the Soccer Fans Network and the Football Fans Census which was founded in England in 2002 to help make sure that fans were put in the heart of the game’s decision-making processes by providing a communication channel between fans and decision makers through ongoing research, consultation and reports.
80). The symbolic order (and symbolic capital) sets out the hierarchical positions of actors on a field and thus we would argue that some reflections are more highly valued than others. In summary, in this section we posit a characterisation of people as “decentred” human subjects for whom the loss of selfhood and control is the ultimate fear and the confirmation of selfhood and control is the ultimate desire (Cooper, 1992). Subjects desire recognition and in order to gain positive recognition subjects mould and structure themselves to “please” those they identify with.
Accounting and Popular Culture by Ingrid Jeacle