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Title Understanding curriculum as phenomenological and deconstructed text / edited by William F. Pinar and William M. Reynolds
Published New York : Teachers College Press, [1992]


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Description viii, 268 pages ; 24 cm
Series Critical issues in curriculum
Critical issues in curriculum.
Contents Introduction: Curriculum as Text / William F. Pinar and William M. Reynolds -- 1. Layered Voices of Teaching: The Uncannily Correct and the Elusively True / T. Tetsuo Aoki -- 2. Existential and Phenomenological Foundations of Autobiographical Methods / Madeleine R. Grumet -- 3. Max van Manen and Pedagogical Human Science Research / Robert K. Brown -- 4. The Time of Texts / Margaret Hunsberger -- 5. Cries and Whispers / William F. Pinar -- 6. Remembering Forward: Reflections on Educating for Peace / Terrance Carson -- 7. Reflections on Education, Hermeneutics, and Ambiguity: Hermeneutics as a Restoring of Life to Its Original Difficulty / David W. Jardine -- 8. Mapping the Terrain of the Post-Modern Subject: Post-Structuralism and the Educated Woman / Rebecca A. Martusewicz -- 9. Curriculum as Felt Through Six Layers of an Aesthetically Embodied Skin: The Arch-Writing on the Body / Jan Jagodzinski
10. Between Crystal and Smoke: Or, How to Miss the Point in the Debate About Action Research / Clermont Gauthier -- 11. Traces at Work from Different Places / Jacques Daignault -- 12. Achieving the Right Distance / Peter M. Taubman -- Appendix: Genealogical Notes -- The History of Phenomenology and Post-Structuralism in Curriculum Studies
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Education -- Curricula -- Canada.
Education -- Curricula -- United States.
Education -- Curricula.
Author Pinar, William F.
Reynolds, William M., 1953-
LC no. 91027223
ISBN 0807731137