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That front can no longer exclude women

Feminisms and Critical Pedagogy By Carmen Luke, Jennifer Gore
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Feminisms and Critical Pedagogy centres around the theoretical effort to construct a feminist pedagogy which will democratize gender relations in the classroom, and practical ways to implement a truly feminist pedagogy. Published by Routledge, 1992 ISBN 0415905346, 9780415905343 220 pages Contents Introduction 1 critical pedagogy , feminist pedagogy , poststructuralist
Progressive Pedagogy and Political Struggle 15 progressivism , William Labov , pedagogy
Feminist Politics in Radical Pedagogy 25 critical pedagogy , Feminism , feminist pedagogy
What We Can Do For You What Can We Do For You? 54 Michel Foucault , empowerment , McLaren
Why Doesnt this Feel Empowering? Working Through 90 post-structuralism , affinity group , ableism
A Feminist Reading 120 critical theory , deconstruction , Marxism more »

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by Carmen Luke, Jennifer Gore - 1992 - Education - 220 pages... The early 1990s, then, is not the time for those educationists committed to critical social theory and the remaking of practice to fragment over theoretical minutae.

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Each society has its regime of truth, its 'general politics' of truth: that is, the types of discourse which it accepts and makes function as true; the mechanisms and instances which enable one to distinguish true and false statements, the means by which each is sanctioned; the techniques and procedures accorded value in the acquisition of truth; the status of those who are charged with saying what counts as...‎ Page 63 Appears in 71 books from 1985-2007

Power must be analysed as something which circulates, or rather as something which only functions in the form of a chain. It is never localised here or there, never in anybody's hands, never appropriated as a commodity or piece of wealth.‎ Page 58 Appears in 128 books from 1965-2008

... of co-optation, not because we do not theorize, but because what we can even imagine, far less who we can reach, is constantly limited by societal structures. For me, literary criticism is promotion as well as understanding, a response to the writer to whom there is often no response, to folk who need the writing as much as they need anything.‎ Page 97 Appears in 17 books from 1990-2007more »

I can only speak for myself. But what I write and how I write is done in order to save my own life. And I mean that literally. For me literature is a way of knowing that I am not hallucinating, that whatever I feel/know is.‎ Page 94 Appears in 32 books from 1990-2007

When the agent of empowerment assumes to be already empowered, and so apart from those who are to be empowered, arrogance can underlie claims of "what we can do for you." This danger is apparent both in the work of the teacher who is to empower students, and in the work of the academic whose discourse is purportedly empowering for the teachers (and others).‎ Page 61 Appears in 12 books from 1992-2007

Truth' is linked in a circular relation with systems of power which produce and sustain it, and to effects of power which it induces and which extend it.‎ Page 63 Appears in 150 books from 1974-2008

Thought is freedom in relation to what one does, the motion by which one detaches oneself from it, establishes it as an object, and reflects on it as a problem.‎ Page 54 Appears in 64 books from 1928-2007

... the conscious and unconscious thoughts and emotions of the individual, her sense of herself and her ways of understanding her relation to the world‎ Page 79 Appears in 57 books from 1979-2007

discipline' problems it was because she had failed to love them enough: 'women teachers became caught, trapped, inside a concept of nurturance which held them responsible for the freeing of each little individual, and therefore for the management of an idealist dream, an impossible fiction' (Walkerdine, 1992: 16). It sounds somewhat ludicrous when caricatured in this way, but this was the essence of a particular 1970s style of teaching, and a lot of feminists, reacting against the general of the...‎ Page 16 Appears in 10 books from 1990-2008

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