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Dialectics of Knowing in Education

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Dialectics of Knowing in Education

Transforming Conventional Practice into its Opposite

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Dialectics of Knowing in Education by Neil Hooley
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Dialectics of Knowing in Education strengthens the philosophical basis of formal education that has been weakened by neoliberalism over the past 30 years. It theorises and encourages human existence based on social action, culture, inquiry and creativity so that citizens in democratic association can formulate their own understandings of the world and be their own philosophers of practice. Under neoliberal capitalism, formal education has become a key economic driver and factor for all countries, but has exacerbated social division and inequality. This has led to an increased pressure on education systems to emphasise individual gain and prosperity at the expense of community care and concern. Drawing on the work of Dewey, Mead, Freire and Biesta, the author argues that formal education at all levels must be transformed so that it does not seek to impose knowledge and truth, but situates knowledge as being constructed by democratic learning circles of staff, students and citizens. Focusing particularly on the notion of praxis and specific issues involving Indigenous, feminist and practitioner knowing, this book will help scholars, practitioners and policy makers to transform their education theories and practices in ways that encourage democracy, emancipation, social action, culture, inquiry and creativity.

Author Biography

Dr Neil Hooley is an Honorary Fellow in the College of Arts and Education, Victoria University Melbourne. He has interests in Democracy and Social Justice, Philosophy of Education, Pragmatism, Critical Theory and Action Research. He supports recognition, respect and reconciliation between the Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples of Australia.
Release date NZ
August 14th, 2018
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
14 Line drawings, black and white; 15 Tables, black and white
Imprint
Routledge
Pages
204
ISBN-13
9781138311930
Product ID
27875151

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