The Politics of Trauma in Education

Zembylas establishes the nexus among affect, trauma, and education as this is evinced within educational theory and practice.

Author: Michalinos Zembylas

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 0230614744

Category: Education

Page: 216

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How does contemporary education engage trauma in ways that explore its ethical and political implications for curriculum and pedagogy? Zembylas establishes the nexus among affect, trauma, and education as this is evinced within educational theory and practice.

The Politics of Trauma in Education

Zembylas establishes the nexus among affect, trauma, and education as this is evinced within educational theory and practice.

Author: Michalinos Zembylas

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9781349603169

Category: Education

Page: 216

View: 443

How does contemporary education engage trauma in ways that explore its ethical and political implications for curriculum and pedagogy? Zembylas establishes the nexus among affect, trauma, and education as this is evinced within educational theory and practice.

The Cyprus Review

Thus , in our own narratives , the notion of the politics of trauma and hatred in
Cyprus helps us understand the ways in which emotional practices , sociability
and power are interrelated both in everyday life contexts and in educational
settings .

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Category: Cyprus

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The Politics of Education in Western Australia

An Exploratory Study of State Education Department Policy-making Don Smart,
Anna C. Alderson. Minister as education becomes ... Everyone from the Teachers
Union downwards would have deputations and there would be trauma over the ...

Author: Don Smart

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 123

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Charisma in Politics Religion and the Media

As illustrations of various facets of this argument, he provides general analyses of charisma in politics, religion and the media as well as individual studies of Churchill, Hitler, Krishnamurti, Bialik and Chaplin.

Author: D. Aberbach

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 0230378374

Category: Political Science

Page: 121

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What are the origins of charisma? Are these the same in the various forms of public life, in politics and the media as well as in religion? In this new and radical interpretation of charisma, David Aberbach argues that the basis of charisma in all its forms must be found in the often-obscure symbolic intersection between the inner world of the charismatic and external social and political reality. As illustrations of various facets of this argument, he provides general analyses of charisma in politics, religion and the media as well as individual studies of Churchill, Hitler, Krishnamurti, Bialik and Chaplin.

Emotion and Traumatic Conflict

" This book not only offers an analysis of the emotional consequences of traumatic conflict in schools, it also develops an innovative, compelling, and cross-disciplinary perspective on the entanglement of emotion, power, politics, trauma, ...

Author: Michalinos Zembylas

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199982775

Category: Psychology

Page: 216

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Do the emotional responses of students and to traumatic conflict constitute insurmountable obstacles in peace education efforts? How do hegemonic narratives shape the emotions of ethnic identity and collective memory, and what can be done pedagogically to transform the powerful influence of such narratives and emotions? Can peace education efforts that foreground emotion in critical ways become a productive pedagogical intervention in conflicted societies? Emotion and Traumatic Conflict takes us through an ethnographic journey into a specific site of conflict to show how emotions are entangled with educational efforts towards peacebuilding, healing, and reconciliation. While sociologists, anthropologists, historians, and political scientists have long analyzed the emotional dynamics of conflict and peace, rarely have educators looked into the emotional complexities of traumatic conflict, the impact of emotion in everyday school interactions and pedagogical practices, and the consequences of the role of emotion in what has become known as "critical peace education." This book not only offers an analysis of the emotional consequences of traumatic conflict in schools, it also develops an innovative, compelling, and cross-disciplinary perspective on the entanglement of emotion, power, politics, trauma, healing, and critical education. The book provides a detailed ethnographic analysis of the ideological appropriation of emotions of conflict in schools, yet it pushes boundaries further through a theorization of the consequences of this appropriation and the pedagogical interventions required to challenge, undermine, or subvert this process. Zembylas argues that these pedagogical interventions, rooted in both psychoanalytic and socio-political perspectives of trauma and emotion, ought to engage emotions as critical and transformative forces in peace education. Grounded in recent literature on affect and emotion that spans the social sciences, Zembylas's analysis of the emotions of traumatic conflict in education offers a provocative proposal for the role of critical peace education in healing and reconciliation.

The Politics of Women s Education

The use of women in the new roles of military commanders or as part of health
and educational units attached to military ... during the war in base camps in
Mozambique created another social trauma for which the population was
unprepared .

Author: Jill K. Conway

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 261

View: 778

Third World women and men discuss efforts to improve the position of women through education

The Politics of Soviet Education

Alexander Korol , one of the leading American specialists on Soviet education ,
submitted a set of mathematics ... a period of " severe trauma , ” as a Soviet
doctor characterized it , even for those who pass but are put through a second ,
highest ...

Author: George Z. F. Bereday

Publisher: New York, Preeger

ISBN:

Category: Communist education

Page: 217

View: 740

Books that matter. Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. [192]-217).

The Politics of Education at the Local State and Federal Levels

A . POLITICS OF EDUCATION IN BIG CITIES SCHOOLS AND POLITICS IN THE
BIG CITY * Robert H . Salisbury After ... of perennial fiscal trauma , indeed most of
those troubles we label “ urban problems ” in contemporary American society .

Author: Michael W. Kirst

Publisher: Berkeley, Calif : McCutchan Publishing Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Administration scolaire

Page: 406

View: 817


The Politics of Greed

the difficulties of doing so , as well as the possible trauma of moving a child from
one school to another , some may think this sanction less useful than the ability to
write a letter of complaint to a local councillor . The claim that voluntary fee ...

Author: Martin Loney

Publisher:

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Category: Social Science

Page: 200

View: 686


Women Survivors Psychological Trauma and the Politics of Resistance

Interrupting patriarchy : Politics , resistance , and transformation in the feminist
classroom . Harvard Educational Review , 60 ( 4 ) , 467-488 . Lewis , M. ( 1993 ) .
Without a word . Teaching beyond women's silence . New York : Routledge .

Author: Norma Jean Profitt

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 232

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Explores the processes through which women survivors of abuse can transform psychological trauma into a politics of resistance and become involved in collective action for social change.

Failure to Hold

Underscores the impossible mission that the U.S. public attempts to impose on students in schools: to contain the anger and rage that they feel toward society.

Author: Julie A. Webber

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780742519848

Category: Social Science

Page: 221

View: 334

Underscores the impossible mission that the U.S. public attempts to impose on students in schools: to contain the anger and rage that they feel toward society.

The Political Web of American Schools

THE POLITICS OF OTHER TITLE I OBJECTIVES Legal Assistance Pressures
One of the chief aims of the Johnson ... The trauma of litigation , the
inconvenience of depositions , the fear of adverse publicity , and the costs of
defense may well ...

Author: Frederick M. Wirt

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 285

View: 381


More Than an Ally

Journal of Teacher Education, 52(2), 94–106. doi:10.1177/
0022487101052002002 Sleeter, C. E. (2005). ... “For millions of people, this is
real trauma”: A pedagogy of political trauma in the wake of the 2016 U.S.
presidential election. Teaching ...

Author: Michael L. Boucher Jr.

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 1475826559

Category: Education

Page: 184

View: 531

The Caring Solidarity framework is both descriptive and aspirational. It is an attempt to empower White teachers to do the work of interrogating their racial privilege and join in Caring Solidarity with their African American students. The framework can be used to describe teachers who are working in Caring Solidarity with their students and to develop teachers with intention toward Caring Solidarity. We are in a unique historical moment that demands White teachers become more effective in their schools, classrooms, and communities and for researchers to find ways to describe those teachers who build relationships of solidarity with students. Considering today’s tenor of the conversation around race, picking up this book and considering its contents is an act of defiance of the current climate, and/or one of devotion to the art and craft of teaching children. Caring Solidarity is not a replacement for current frameworks such as Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy or Abolitionist Pedagogy but is a map for White teachers to journey toward those pedagogies. Everyone starts from somewhere. The path is winding and long but the goal, to create an equitable and humane classroom, is worth the trip. The purpose of this theory is to point the way.

Peace Education in Conflict and Post Conflict Societies

This collection of peace education efforts in conflict and post-conflict societies brings together an international group of scholars to offer the very latest theoretical and pedagogical developments.

Author: C. McGlynn

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 0230620426

Category: Education

Page: 274

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This collection of peace education efforts in conflict and post-conflict societies brings together an international group of scholars to offer the very latest theoretical and pedagogical developments. Rather than focus on ad hoc peace education efforts this book investigates the need for long term, systemic approaches and innovative pedagogies.

Studies in Comparative Politics

Thus pride in the political aspects of nation and feelings of satisfaction while
voting decrease with education . And now ... and lack of dignity of democratic
politics , and anxiety about any kind of political involvement , based on the Nazi
trauma .

Author: Frank J. Munger

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Civics

Page: 313

View: 312


Teaching about American Federal Democracy

26 The politics of civic education policy can occur at any level of educational
governance . ... The evidence for this conclusion is drawn from research in the
early 1960s , before the trauma of assassination , Vietnam war , and other
attention ...

Author: Temple University. Center for the Study of Federalism

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Federal government

Page: 103

View: 235

Ten essays discuss federal democracy, the form of government of the United States. The first essay discusses the origins of American federalism. The second examines why we have a federal system, the functions federalism serves, and the consequences of federalism for the American political system. Federalism in the Constitution and constitutional law are treated in the third essay. The importance of cultural pluralism in American life and the role of American federalism in supporting pluralism are the foci of the fourth essay. The roles that the local community, the states, and political parties play in the federal system are examined in essays 5, 6, and 7, respectively. State, local, and professional roles in citizenship education are discussed in the eighth essay. The ninth essay explores how high school U.S. history and government textbooks approach federalism. The concluding essay describes resources on federalism that can be used in curriculum development at the secondary and college levels. Many of the essays are followed by topics for further study and suggested readings for teachers. (RM)

Administrator s Notebook

1 James A . Kelly ( For many people , education finance connotes the trauma of
tax election campaigns or the ongoing ... The author argues that a broader view
of education finance , placing it within the politics of public affairs , will make its ...

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Category: School management and organization

Page:

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A Comparative Study of the Construction of Memory and Identity in the Curriculum in Societies Emerging from Conflict

One of the most common struggles of societies emerging from violent conflict is the struggle to re-invent or re-imagine the 'nation .

Author: Gail Weldon

Publisher:

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Category: Curriculum change

Page: 299

View: 954


Jesse Jackson the Politics of Race

How dare he suggest that blacks could get any job they wanted , go to any school
! Jackson ... that the trauma of American history demanded a compensatory
program with special courses , special methods , and special criteria for
evaluation .

Author: Tom Landess

Publisher: Jameson Books (IL)

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 269

View: 896

Depicts the life of Jesse Jackson, discusses his contributions to the civil rights movement, and examines his political career and campaign for the presidency