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His work has a developmental trajectory in the sense of building, moving, changing overtime, with distinctive points of transition, although also some lines of thought were abandoned and dead ends reached. Peters and Besley Peters and Besley p. The earlier work on discourse and the later work on truth are much less often attended to, although many claim to use Foucauldian discourse analysis, and attempts at genealogical work are few and far between.
I want to suggest some ways in which discourse, truth and genealogy may be of use to us.
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Boulder: Co, Westview Press. Recent books include: Global Education Inc. He is author of 19 books, mainly in the field of education policy analysis, and more than journal articles. His work has been translated into nine languages. He has given numerous keynote and public lectures around the world most recently the Vere Foster Lecture in Dublin , and has been interviewed on radio and television many times in relation to educational issues. He was elected as an Academician of Social Science in and a Fellow of the British Academy in , the first sociologist of education to be so recognised.
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Burman manchester. Framed around examples drawn from everyday cultural and educational practices, I argue that current intensifications of psychologisation under neoliberal capitalism not only produce and constrain increasingly activated and responsibilised educational subjects but do so via engaging particular versions of feminisation and racialization. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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