By Peter McLaren
This e-book is a principled, available and hugely stimulating dialogue of a politics of resistance for this present day. Ranging extensively over problems with id, illustration, tradition and education, will probably be required analyzing for college kids of radical pedagogy, sociology and political technology.
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In recent years, leftist educational theorists have employed critical social theory to increase our understanding of schooling as an essentially political enterprise, a way of reproducing or privileging particular discourses, along with the knowledge and power they carry. As a result, many educators have come to recognize schooling as both determinate and determining, constraining and enabling. The conceptual core of radical scholarship over the last decade has been strongly influenced by the rediscovery of Marx and has involved unpacking the submerged connections between schooling and the economic sphere of capitalist production.
How is power constructed and reinforced in classroom and school life? Deconstructive strategies from postmodern social theory are instrumental tools for answering such questions through radical critique. Central to such a perspective is not simply the critical appropriation of semiotic, hermeneutic, or Marxian strategies, but also a commitment to hope and emancipation and a desire to link educational practice to the public good. Underscoring this commitment is an understanding of curriculum as an expression of struggle and an acknowledgment that curriculum constitutes a primary agent for introducing, preparing, and legitimizing forms of social life.
Part of this work consists of a disciplining of consciousness by selective languages of analysis and the reproduction of specific social and cultural forms in which pedagogy Radical pedagogy as cultural politics 37 occurs; it also consists of constructing relations of race, class, and gender dependency and generating feelings of self-negation and defeat, all of which are underwritten by a victim-blaming psychologization of school failure that rests on a conception of the masculinized and privatized Cartesian ego.
Critical Pedagogy and Predatory Culture: Oppositional Politics in a Postmodern Era by Peter McLaren