Paranoid Pedagogies

Author: Jennifer A. Sandlin
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319647652
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This edited book explores the under-analyzed significance and function of paranoia as a psychological habitus of the contemporary educational and social moment.

Touching Feeling

Author: Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822330158
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DIVA collection of essays examining theories of affect and how they relate to issues of performance and performativity./div "Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick writes with intense precision, and yet her work directs us toward the domain where meaning is ...

How To Make A Paranoid Laugh

Author: Mark Ensalaco
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 9780812217087
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Mystagogue. It might, at first glance, seem that the problem has been definitively
resolved: psychoanalysis has nothing to do with pedagogy, since the
psychoanalyst does not claim to lead the analysand from one point to another by
following steps known in advance, nor does he impose a route on all the
individuals in a group who have similar knowledge and dispositions. Pedagogy,
which seeks to bring everyone to the same level of capacity, nonetheless comes
up against collective ...

Journal Of The History Of Sexuality

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Here she draws on the work of Melanie Klein, who suggests that reparative
practices move alongside those of paranoid ones. These ways of being in the
world are fluid and moving. They are not stages but rather different ways of
seeing the world that change as we change throughout life. As a professor of
education I find very helpful Sedgwick's suggestion that a paranoid pedagogy
cannot tolerate surprises, but a reparative pedagogy embraces them: "To a
reparatively positional ...

Interpretieren Nach Den Turns

Author: Claudia Liebrand
Publisher: transcript Verlag
ISBN: 383942514X
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Affect, Pedagogy, Performativity, Durham, London 2003, S. 123-151. Der hier
vorgelegte Aufsatz zu Kittlers Habilitationsverfahren wurde in einer gekürzten
Version online publiziert:
rez_id=17782 vom 8. April 2013. 2 E. Kosofsky Sedgwick: Paranoid Reading and
Reparative Reading (s. Anm. 1), S. 125. vieler Leser schädigen wird. Die durch
Verdichtung von Sonnenstrahlen, Nervenfasern Strong readings, Paranoia und
Kittlers ...

Ict Pedagogy And The Curriculum

Author: Viv Ellis
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134567103
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... precipitate change: ballpoint pens, transistor radios, calculators, computer
games, mobile phones . . . can you imagine the chaos that might have resulted if
an entire generation was allowed to adopt ballpoint pens willy-nilly? Probably not
, but many readers of this book, for some spurious reason or another, will have
been banned from the classroom for using such pens. Education, rightly
conservative with children's lives, is downright paranoid about technology,
seeking to confiscate, ...

Che Guevara Paulo Freire And The Pedagogy Of Revolution

Author: Peter McLaren
Publisher: University Press of Amer
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Advanced capitalism — that brakeless train wreaking destruction on all those
caught in its path — bears a chilling resemblance to the clinical forms of
psychosis known as paranoia and megalomania. The habits and flows of
transnational capitalism inscribe a fantastic logic, one that is fiercely unstable if
not impossible. In this context, commodity fetishism as discussed by Marx
becomes the effective counterpart to paranoid perceptual mechanisms in which
the citizen is perceived in ...

Pathologies Of Desire

Author: Gerald Doherty
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820497358
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FOUR Insecure Paranoia If Chapters 1-3, as we saw, defuse paranoia by
showing how apparently random events are connected together within an all-
embracing System that justifies and explains them, Chapters 4-5 open up
threatening gaps ... In this process, he exchanges a highly routinized school
environment where each event securely connects with the other for the
disconnected schedules of a university life, where questioning disruptions are the
name of the pedagogical game.

Jewish Issues In Multiculturalism

Author: Peter F. Langman
Publisher: Jason Aronson Incorporated
ISBN: 9780765760296
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Millon has described various types of the paranoid personality disorder, and
Adorno and his colleagues have described various types of the authoritarian
personality. The relevant point is the remarkable overlap between the two models
and the extent to which they illuminate the phenomena of antisemitism and other
forms of bigotry. Poisonous Pedagogy and Paranoia In discussing the possible
origin of the authoritarian personality, the focus was on harsh, punitive, or even
abusive ...

Zitkala A And National Indian Pedagogy

Author: Ada Norris
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... and a pedagogy that has been systematically undermined and replaced. After (
and while) writing the boarding school stories, Zitkala-Sa then steps back, or to
the side, and writes them again — that is, as Sedgwick describes of the
reparative reader, Zitkala-Sa writes the "possibilities. 11 Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick,
"Reparative Reading and Paranoid Reading; Or, You're So Paranoid I Bel You
Think This Essay is About You," introduction to Novel Gazing: Queer Readings in
Fiction ed.