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Ethnography and Education Policy


Ethnography and Education Policy

A Critical Analysis of Normalcy and Difference in Schools
Education Policy & Social Inequality, Band 3

von: Claudia Matus

96,29 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 27.06.2019
ISBN/EAN: 9789811384455
Sprache: englisch

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<div><div>This book addresses the relationship between the production of social problems in educational policy, the research practices required to inform policy, and the daily production of normalcies and differences in school contexts. It reports on the opportunities and consequences for policy, research, and practice when normalcy is stigmatized at the same level as difference.&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>The book employs a critical analysis combining queer, feminist, and post-representational theories to understand the implications of dominant ways of understanding the division between normal and different subjectivities and how they reiterate structures of inequality in schools.</div></div>
1 Introduction: Schools are being produced right <i>now</i>.- 2 Shot and Fragment: The place of researchers in Ethnography.- 3 Queering habits and entanglements of the <i>Normal </i>and <i>Deviant </i>subjectivities in Ethnographies.- 4 Discomfort: Affects, actors, and objects in Ethnographic intervention.- 5 The production of the problem of difference in neoliberal educational policies.- 6 Normalcy and Deviance: The production of schools and their subjects.- 7 <i>Diversity </i>and the failure of the civilizing project.- 8 Unpredictable meanings.- 9 Disentanglements.- 10 Future thoughts.
<b>Claudia Matus</b> is an Associate Professor at the College of Education, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. She leads the interdisciplinary research network (NDE | Normalcy, Difference and Education), which studies the production of gender norms in scientific research, educational institutions, and public spaces.&nbsp; She also leads the research group BioSocioCultural Inclusion: Challenging Homogeneity in Education at the Center for Educational Justice, which focuses on advancing a discourse that problematizes and updates the complex links between the biological, social and cultural spheres and the effects these links have for the production of subjects, objects, and affects. Her research interests include subjectivities and post-representational theories, space/time and movement theories, knowledge production, and critical policy studies.
<div>This book addresses the relationship between the production of social problems in educational policy, the research practices required to inform policy, and the daily production of normalcies and differences in school contexts. It reports on the opportunities and consequences for policy, research, and practice when normalcy is stigmatized at the same level as difference.&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>The book employs a critical analysis combining queer, feminist, and post-representational theories to understand the implications of dominant ways of understanding the division between normal and different subjectivities and how they reiterate structures of inequality in schools.</div><div><br></div>
<p>Provides a rich understanding of neoliberal contexts for policies related to diversity in schools</p><p>Offers specific methodological tools for critical research on school and policy design</p><p>Examines issues of normalcy and difference in a school context</p>

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