Education, theory and pedagogies of change in a global landscape : interdisciplinary perspectives on the role of theory in doctoral research / edited by Victoria Perselli, Associate Professor, Kingston University, UK.

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Other Authors: Perselli, Victoria, 1957- (Editor)
Published: New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Physical Description:xv, 223 pages : illustration ; 23 cm
Format: Book
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  • Preface: Disjuncture; Victoria Perselli, 1. Theory, Theorising and Pedagogies of Change; Victoria Perselli 2. Engendering Knowledge: Education, the Maternal and Doing Research with Women; Simone Galea 3. Negotiating Gender Concepts and Critical Pedagogy: A Reflective Account of Doctoral Research in Physiotherapy; John A. Hammond 4. Troubling Critical Management Learning with Theatre and Performance Practice: Inter- and Transdisciplinary Approaches to Curriculum Design; Annouchka C. Bayley 5. Lessons from Te Whariki: Insights into the Relevance of Vygotsky's Sociocultural Theory in the Debate about 'Schoolification' of Early Childhood; Karen McNerney 6. 'Finding Foucault': Contextualizing Power in the Curriculum through Reflections on Students' Dialoguing about Foucauldian Discourses; Mary Frances Agnello 7. Rethinking Advanced Culture: A China Charactised Bricolage; Xiang Li 8. Teaching in Higher Education: Deriving a Context Specific Knowledge-Base through Praxis; Gill Nah 9. Setting a New Course or Stepping out of Line? Challenges to Previously Disconnected Theoretical Fields in a Danish Profession-Oriented Higher Education Context; Sanne Haase10. Keeping the Lights on: A Play in Two Acts; Mari Cruice.