Social theory and education research
- Los Angeles ; London ; New Delhi ; Singapore ; Washington, DC : SAGE, 2013.
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- 4 volumes ; 24 cm
- SAGE library of educational thought and practice.
- Library has: v.1-
LB1028 .S635 2013 V.1
LB1028 .S635 2013 V.2
LB1028 .S635 2013 V.3
LB1028 .S635 2013 V.4
- Library has: v.1-
- Murphy, Mark (Mark T. F.) editor of compilation.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- VOLUME ONE Introduction: Between Power and Knowledge: Using Social Theory in Education Research - Mark Murphy Knowledge Exchange with Sistema Scotland - Julie Allan et al 'Classification' and 'Judgement' - Stephen Ball et al Social Class and the 'Cognitive Structures' of Choice of Higher Education Cultural Capital, Ambition and the Explanation of Inequalities in Learning Outcomes - Carlo Barone A Comparative Analysis 'Problematizing' Inclusion - Patty Douglas Education and the Question of Autism Does Cultural Capital Really Affect Academic Achievement? New Evidence from Combined Sibling and Panel Data - Mads Meier Jaeger Unequal Power Relations and Inclusive Education Policy-Making - Anastasia Liasidou A Discursive-Analytic Approach Choice Paths in the Swedish Upper Secondary Education - Stefan Lund A Critical Discourse Analysis of Recent Reforms Playing the Game - Kym Macfarlane Examining Parental Engagement in Schooling in Post-Millennial Queensland Between Common and College Knowledge - Mark Murphy and Ted Fleming Exploring the Boundaries between Adult and Higher Education Fields and Institutional Strategy - Rajani Naidoo Bourdieu on the Relationship between Higher Education, Inequality and Society Storming Parents, Schools and Communicative Inaction - Stewart Ranson, Jane Martin and Carol Vincent Education for Everyone - Palle Rasmussen Secondary Education and Social Inclusion in Denmark 'It's All Becoming a Habitus' - Diane Reay Beyond the Habitual Use of Habitus in Educational Research A Habermasian Analysis of a Process of Recognition of Prior Learning for Health-Care Assistants - Fredrik Sandberg Family Capital and the Invisible Transfer of Privilege - Teresa Toguchi Swartz Intergenerational Support and Social Class in Early Adulthood Cultural Capital and Family Involvement in Children's Education - Loizos Symeou Tales from Two Primary Schools in Cyprus Cultural Capital or Relative Risk Aversion? Two Mechanisms for Educational Inequality Compared - Herman van de Werfhorst and Saskia Hofstede Elite Higher Education Admissions in the Arts and Sciences - Anna Zimdars, Alice Sullivan and Anthony Heath Is Cultural Capital the Key? VOLUME TWO Assessment in Educational Practice - Dennis Atkinson Forming Pedagogized Identities in the Art Curriculum Self, Others and Society - Alan Booth, Monica McLean and Melanie Walker A Case Study of University Integrative Learning Teachers in the School House Panopticon - Mary Bushnell Complicity and Resistance Symbolic Violence and the Neighbourhood - Paul Connelly and Julie Healy The Educational Aspirations of 7-8 Year-Old Working-Class Girls Confession, In-Service Training and Reflective Practices - Andreas Fejes Muscularity, the Habitus and the Social Construction of Gender - Trish Gorely, Rachel Holroyd and David Kirk Towards a Gender-Relevant Physical Education Neo-Liberalism, Lifelong Learning and the Homeplace - Patricia Gouthro Problematizing the Boundaries of 'Public' and 'Private' to Explore Women's Learning Experiences The Provocation of Plaiting Palm Leaves - Jens Henrik Haahr Habermas, Foucault and Media Presentations of Education in Danish Television Theatre of the Self - Rachel Holmes Autobiography as Performance N? W?hine Mana: A Post-Colonial Reading of Classroom Discourse on the Imperial Rescue of Oppressed Hawaiian Women - Julie Kaomea Representational and Territorial Economies in Global Citizenship Education - Elisabet Langmann Welcoming the Other at the Limit of Cosmopolitan Hospitality Higher Education, Pedagogy and the 'Customerization' of Teaching and Learning - Kevin Love Lifeworld or Systemsworld - Sarah Nelson, Maria de la Colina and Michael Boone What Guides Novice Principals? Doing Derrida down under - Sharn Rocco A Matter of (Feminist) Response-Ability Making Citizens Governable? The Crick Report as Governmental Technology - Jessica Pykett Processes of Middle-Class Reproduction in a Graduate Employment Scheme - Sarah Smart et al Sex Education as Disciplinary Technique - Nicki Thorogood Policy and Practice in England and Wales 'Urban, but not too Urban' - Dyan Watson Unpacking Teachers' Desires to Teach Urban Students Representations of Substitute Teachers and the Paradoxes of Professionalism - Lisa Weems VOLUME THREE The Return of the Subaltern - Alireza Asgharzadeh International Education and Politics of Voice Academic Writing as Shaping and Re-Shaping - Graham Badley Deconstructive Religious Education - Khosrow Bagheri Noaparast and Zohreh Khosravi Witnessing Deconstruction in Education - Gert Biesta Why Quasi-Transcendentalism Matters Beyond Description and Prescription - Barry Cooper and Patricia Broadfoot Towards Conducive Assessment in Social Work Education A Foucauldian Reading of Learning in Feminist, Non-Nrofit Organizations - Leona English Facilitative Leadership - Mick Fryer Drawing on J rgen Habermas' Model of Ideal Speech to Propose a Less Impositional Way to Lead MBA Lecturers' Curriculum Interests in Leadership - Eric Jean Garcia Ways of Seeing - Mary Hill Using Ethnography and Foucault's 'Toolkit' to View Assessment Practices Differently Teacher Effects on Social and Behavioral Skills in Early Elementary School - Jennifer Jennings and Thomas DiPrete Supervision as Metaphor - Alison Lee and Bill Green Ways of Knowing in Doctoral Examination - Terence Lovat, Allyson Holbrook and Sid Bourke How Well Is the Doctoral Regime? Alienation in the Learning Environment - Sarah Mann A Failure of Community? Jacques Derrida's Religion with/out Religion and the Im/Possibility of Religious Education - Siebren Miedema and Gert Biesta Derrida, Teaching and the Context of Failure - Ian Munday Reason, Language and Education - Marianna Papastephanou and Mary Koutselini Philosophical Assumptions for New Curricular Orientations Questions of Knowledge in Australian Media Education - Robyn Quin Some Thoughts for a New Critical Language of Education - Klas Roth Truth, Justification and Deliberation Power in Operation - Lorna Sanders A Case Study Focusing on How Subject?Based Knowledge Is Constrained by the Methods of Assessment in GCE A-Level Dance Teacher Education for Muslim Women - Alison Scott-Baumann Intercultural Relationships, Method and Philosophy Teaching the Other/Writing the Other - Peter Pericles Trifonas Derrida and the Ethics of the Ethnographic Text Towards an Account of Teaching General Thinking Skills That Is Compatible with the Assumptions of Sociocultural Theory - Rupert Wegerif Doing Justice to Geography in the Secondary School - Christine Winter Deconstruction, Invention and the National Curriculum VOLUME FOUR National Policy and the Implementation of Recognition of Prior Learning in a Swedish Municipality - Per Andersson The Idea of a World University - Ansgar Allen Can Foucauldian Research Offer a Vision of Educational Futures? Early Childhood and Care in England - Carol Aubrey When Pedagogy Is Wed to Politics Unpacking Neo-Liberal Technologies of Government in Australian Higher Education Social Work Departments - Uschi Bay Quality and Equality - Donald Gillies The Mask of Discursive Conflation in Education Policy Texts Teacher Professional Development as an Effect of Policy and Practice - Ian Hardy and Bob Lingard A Bourdieuian Analysis CCTV, School Surveillance and Social Control - Andrew Hope Exploring the Value of Bourdieu's Framework in the Context of Institutional Change - Bruce Kloot Globalizing Policy Sociology in Education - Bob Lingard, Shaun Rawolle and Sandra Taylor Working with Bourdieu Revisiting J rgen Habermas's Notion of Communicative Action and Its Relevance for South African School Governance - Nonceba Mabovula Can It Succeed? Global Field and Global Imagining - Simon Marginson Bourdieu and Worldwide Higher Education A Question of Autonomy - Karl Maton Bourdieu's Field Approach and Higher Education Policy Governmentality versus Choice in Contemporary Special Education - Angela Morgan Bureaucracy and Its Limits - Mark Murphy Accountability and Rationality in Higher Education Work, Identity and the Quasi-Market - Rob Smith The FE Experience The Politics of Health as a School-Sponsored Ethic - Carolyn Vander Schee Foucault, Neo-Liberalism and the Unhealthy Employee.
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- Publisher's Summary
- This exciting new major work turns the spotlight on social theory and education research, taking a look at key thinkers and setting out the relevance of their ideas to education. Esteemed editor Mark Murphy provides a keen-eyed overview of the theories of Derrida, Bourdieu, Foucault and Habermas, in relation to four key education issues: - inequality, inclusion and education - identities: Notions of educational selves and subjectivities - teaching and learning: curricular and pedagogical practice - governance and management: Performativity, audit cultures and accountability While the influence of these thinkers has grown considerably over the last number of years, both their original work and its application to education can prove challenging to the educational practitioner. The main purpose of this collection, via an introductory contextualising chapter, is to provide a work that is both advanced and accessible, which will offer the education practitioner or researcher a suitable guide to assist their acquisition and application of social theory, and to develop the capacity of post-graduate student teachers to engage with these debates at an advanced level. Find out more about the author at this website: http:/www.socialtheoryapplied.com/.
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- edited by Mark Murphy.
- SAGE library of educational thought and practice
- Included Work
- Inequality, inclusion and education.
- Identities: notions of educational selves and subjectivities.
- Teaching and learning: curricular and pedagogical practice.
- Governance and management: performativity, audit cultures and accountability.