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Time and the rhythms of emancipatory education : rethinking the temporal complexity of self and society

Author: Michel Alhadeff-Jones
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2017.
Series: Theorizing education series.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michel Alhadeff-Jones
ISBN: 9781138845848 1138845841
OCLC Number: 951949968
Description: x, 226 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: The study of time and its epistemological challenges --
Theorizing educational temporalities --
The functions and meanings of temporal constraints in education --
The evolution of temporal discipline in education, from antiquity to the Early Modern period --
Temporal efficiency and rhythmic harmony, two competing educational ideals at the turn of the 20th century --
The rise of temporal dobule binds in formal education throughout the second half of the 20th century --
The rhytms of lifelong learning, between continuity and discontinuity --
The meanings of emancipation within a context of temporal alienation --
Toward a rhythmic theory of emancipation in education --
Facilitating emancipatory education, from critical pedagogy to rhythmanalysis --
The moment of emancipation and the rhythmic patters of transgression --
The emergence of a rhythmological critique and the moment of theory in education.
Series Title: Theorizing education series.
Responsibility: Michel Alhadeff-Jones.

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`A probing exploration of the temporal dimensions of education. This book is an intellectual masterpiece that will set the standard for a long time to come.'Gert Biesta, Brunel University London, Read more...

 
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