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Feminist Engagements

Author: Kathleen Weiler
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135959307
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Feminist Engagements is a collection of essays by some of the top names in feminist education, in which they read and revision the works of the major twentieth-century theorists in education and cultural studies.

Public Spaces Private Lives

Author: Henry A. Giroux
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742515536
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Offers progressive readers new and reinvigorated paths of engaged hope, imagination and public involvement.

Frauen Und Geschlechtergeschichte Un Diszipliniert

Author: Veronika Helfert
Publisher: StudienVerlag
ISBN: 3706558572
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Die Kategorie Gender/Geschlecht ist in der Forschung trotz ihrer zentralen Bedeutung für die Konstitution von Gesellschaften, die Strukturierung von Institutionen oder für Beziehungen und Alltagserfahrungen oft übergangen worden. Um dieser Vernachlässigung entgegenzuwirken, arbeitet die feministische Forschung seit bereits vier Jahrzehnten daran, wissenschaftlich bereits Erschlossenes zu re-analysieren und von der Wissenschaft übergangene Frauen sichtbar zu machen. Auch der vorliegende Sammelband folgt der Tradition der feministischen Geschichtswissenschaft und versammelt in diesem Zusammenhang zentrale theoretische und methodische Zugänge, die anhand von Fallbeispielen aus aktuellen Dissertationsprojekten kritisch auf ihre Anwendbarkeit überprüft werden. Der interdisziplinär ausgerichtete und international verortete Sammelband beinhaltet Arbeiten zu diskursanalytischen Verfahren, Debatten zu Männlichkeit/en, intersektionale Analysen genauso wie die kritische Erforschung von Selbstzeugnissen und Theorien des entangledments oder citizenship. Dabei reichen die Studien zeitlich von der Antike bis in die Gegenwart, geographisch von der Türkei bis nach Großbritannien und ermöglichen damit einen umfassenden und gleichzeitig kritischen Blick auf das Thema.

Education In Hope

Author: Tony Monchinski
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9781433108457
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"Although most progressive thinkers have always assumed that a good education must be connected to an universal ethical code, no one has yet spelled out how such a connection is to be primordial in the educational process--that is until Tony Monchinski undertook such a task in this book. By first analyzing the pedagogical works of John Dewey, Paulo Freire, and such feminists as Carol Gilligan who first posited the link between education and the ethic of care, Monchinski is able to show how such a link is especially needed today. That link, Monchinski brilliantly insists, is fundamental to all critical theories of pedagogy."--John Gerassi, Professor of Political Science, Queens College, City University of New York.

Feminist Sociology

Author: Sara Delamont
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9780761972556
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Exploring the achievements of British feminist sociology in theory, methods and empirical research, Sara Delamont outlines the barriers to the development of feminism and explores contemporary challenges. She provides an unrivalled guide to the origins of feminism in the discipline of sociology, analyzes the uneasy relationships between feminists and the founding fathers, and elucidates the opportunities and challenges presented by postmodernism.

Critical Narrative As Pedagogy

Author: Ivor Goodson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1623565405
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Ivor Goodson and Scherto Gill analyse and discuss a series of trans-disciplinary case studies from diverse cultures and argue that narrative is not only a rich and profound way for humans to make sense of their lives, but also in itself a process of pedagogical encounter, learning and transformation. As pedagogic sites, life narratives allow the individual to critically examine their 'scripts' for learning which are encapsulated in their thought processes, discourses, beliefs and values. Goodson and Gill show how narratives can help educators and students shift from a disenfranchised tradition to one of empowerment. This unique book brings together case studies of life narratives as an approach to learning and meaning-making in different disciplines and cultural settings, including teacher education, adult learning, (auto)biographical writing, psychotherapy, intercultural learning and community development. Educators, researchers and practitioners from diverse disciplines will find the case studies collected in this book helpful in expanding their understanding of the potential of narrative as a phenomenon, as methodology, and as pedagogy.

The Power Of Critical Theory For Adult Learning And Teaching

Author: Stephen Brookfield
Publisher: McGraw-Hill International
ISBN: 9780335211326
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“Stephen Brookfield disturbs and enriches the entire field of adult learning with this brilliant piece of teaching.†Robert Kegan, Harvard University, USA. “Simplifying without eroding the complexity of critical theory, Brookfield traverses the grand themes of ideology, power, alienation, liberation, reason and democracy; showing how they inform the adult education practice of fostering critical thinking and critical reflection.†Mark Tennant, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. “I learned more from this book than from dozens of other adult education publications… This book is sure to become a major reference text in the field.†Elizabeth Hayes, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. “…A lucid, accessible overview of how critical theory (with its daunting vocabularies and internal debates) illuminates the contexts of adult learning and orients teaching practices.†Michael Welton, Mount St. Vincent University, Canada. “This is a sophisticated and comprehensive treatment of the power of Socratic questioning of dogmas and a prophetic witness against the conservative status quo …a must read for all seriously engaged teachers.†Cornel West, Princeton University, USA This major contribution to the literature on adult education provides adult educators with an accessible overview of critical theory’s central ideas. Using many direct quotes from the theorists’ works, Brookfield shows how critical theory illuminates the everyday practices of adult educators and helps them make sense of the dilemmas, contradictions and frustrations they experience in their work. Drawing widely on central texts in critical theory, Brookfield argues that a critical theory of adult learning must focus on understanding how adults learn to challenge ideology, contest hegemony, unmask power, overcome alienation, learn liberation, reclaim reason and practice democracy. These tasks form the focus of successive chapters, while later chapters review the central contentions of critical theory through the contemporary lenses of race and gender. The final chapter reviews adult educational practices and looks at what it means to teach critically. Essential reading for anyone teaching, working in, studying or researching adult education.