Understanding Curriculum As Phenomenon Logical and Deconstructed Text (Critical Issues in the Curriculum Series) pdf epub fb2

Understanding Curriculum As Phenomenon Logical and Deconstructed Text (Critical Issues in the Curriculum Series) by William F. Pinar, William M. Reynolds epub fb2 djvu

Author: William F. Pinar, William M. Reynolds
Title: Understanding Curriculum As Phenomenon Logical and Deconstructed Text (Critical Issues in the Curriculum Series)
ISBN: 0807731145
ISBN13: 978-0807731147
Other Formats: txt mbr mobi txt
Pages: 280 pages
Publisher: Teachers College Pr (January 1, 1992)
Language: English
Size EPUB version: 1296 kb
Size FB2 version: 1808 kb
Category: Education & Teaching
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching

Along the frontier of American curriculum studies are two traditions of scholarship and research: phenomenology and post-structuralism. In Paris in the late 1960s, post-structuralism replaced phenomenology; while their history in North American curriculum studies is quite different than it is in France, there are solid intellectual reasons for linking the two, as the editors explain in their introduction. Phenomenological essays have been composed by Tetsuo Aoki (on teaching), Madeleine R. Grumet (on phenomenological foundations of autobiography in education), Robert K. Brown (on the contribution of Max van Manen), Margaret Hunsberger (a phenomenology of reading), William F. Pinar (a phenomenology of death), Terrance Carson, (a phenomenology of action research), and David Jardine (a hermeneutical phenomenology of difficulty). Post-structuralist essays have been composed by Rebecca Martusewicz (on French feminism), jan jagodzinski (a post-structuralism of the body), Clermont Gauthier (a post-structuralist action research), Jacques Daignault (post-structuralist curriculum theory), and Peter Taubman (psychoanalytic post-structuralism and teaching). A distinctive feature of the collection is a history of phenomenology and post-structuralism in North American curriculum studies, including autobiographical statements by contributors and others associated with the two movements, including Cleo Cherryholmes, Patti Lather, Susan Huddleston Edgerton, Wen-song Hwu, and others.

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