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Howlett, Caitlin – Educational Theory, 2019
In this article, Caitlin Howlett offers a critical framework for understanding the limits of prohibitive and individually oriented sexual harassment policies in academia through a discussion of melodrama. Howlett draws on the work of Linda Williams, Emma Goldman, and Carole Vance in arguing that such sexual harassment policies participate in…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, School Policy, College Faculty, Organizational Culture
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Ide, Kanako W. – Educational Theory, 2019
The aim of this essay is to give hope to those who are in the middle of struggles relating to personal experiences associated with sexual/gendered harassment. In it, Kanako W. Ide inquires into the moral conditions around speaking out publicly about such incidents through critical analysis of the social norms of gender and economy. Jane Roland…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Gender Issues, Free Enterprise System, Behavior Standards
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Jackson, Liz; Muñoz-García, Ana Luisa – Educational Theory, 2019
In diverse academic spaces around the world, sexual and gendered harassment is increasingly recognized as a problem. High-profile cases continue to emerge that underscore how gendered harassment is normalized in elite research contexts. In this article, Liz Jackson and Ana Luisa Muñoz-García analyze three recent policy cases for decreasing sexual…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sexual Harassment, Gender Bias, Bullying
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Li, Huey-li – Educational Theory, 2019
In this essay, Huey-li Li first undertakes a reexamination of the theoretical and practical merits of applying intersectionality to analyze how gender infiltrates and becomes entangled with other registers of nonsexual harassment. She further presents three vignettes of ambiguous nonsexual harassment in order to inquire into how the intersections…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Ethnicity, Race, Disabilities
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Greteman, Adam J. – Educational Theory, 2019
In this article, Adam Greteman considers the murder of Lawrence/Latisha King by Brandon McInerney in February 2008. Greteman turns to this case, a decade after it occurred, because it raises a number of issues regarding our evolving understandings of genders, sexualities, and the risks of encountering such differences in the space of school in the…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Social Bias, Homicide, Gender Issues
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Greenhalgh-Spencer, Heather – Educational Theory, 2019
In this article, Heather Greenhalgh-Spencer analyzes three examples of curricula aimed at cultivating good cyber behavior and countering online harassment. These curricula are branded as addressing civic needs, cultivating civic duty, and developing skills to help students understand and react to online threats. Here, Greenhalgh-Spencer offers two…
Descriptors: Computer Security, Safety, Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication
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Harless, Jessica – Educational Theory, 2019
The university exhibits particular complexities when it comes to understanding and addressing the gendered harassment that takes place within it. Notions about the nature of higher education and the pedagogical commitments therein can make it difficult to determine the hostility of an environment (a factor crucial to diagnosing harassment). In…
Descriptors: Bullying, Classroom Communication, Psychological Patterns, Student Participation
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Tuck, Eve; Habtom, Sefanit – Educational Theory, 2019
In this article, Eve Tuck and Sefanit Habtom first consider the consequences of the erasure of the importance of place in the field of urban education and then describe a new youth participatory action research project in Toronto called Making Sense of Movements (MSOM). MSOM is a youth participatory visual research project that engages Black and…
Descriptors: Urban Education, Creative Activities, Participatory Research, Action Research
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Ford, Derek R. – Educational Theory, 2019
In this article, Derek R. Ford develops an urbanist pedagogy, a particular mode of educational praxis that arises out of -- and, more importantly, is oriented toward -- the creation of the urban, a praxis that is internal to and constitutive of urban revolt. Ford does so with the help of two thinkers who are seldom theorized together: Henri…
Descriptors: Urban Education, Praxis, Educational Theories, Foreign Countries
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Lewis, Tyson E. – Educational Theory, 2019
In this article, Tyson E. Lewis argues for an alternative form of educational attunement beyond attentiveness. Discourses and practices of schooling emphasize being attentive as a primary educational virtue. This emphasis casts distraction as either the negation of attention or its deterioration. In either case, distraction lacks educational use…
Descriptors: Informal Education, Attention, Urban Education, Urban Environment
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Means, Alexander J. – Educational Theory, 2019
This essay examines speculative narratives reflective of Silicon Valley and corporate technology culture that project creative scenarios and sociotechnical futures for cities and citizens, whereby learning and creativity become global imperatives to defer future risk within a new digital urbanism. Taking inspiration from Fredric Jameson's…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Corporations, Information Technology, Vignettes
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Denmead, Tyler – Educational Theory, 2019
In this article, Tyler Denmead draws upon critical race theory to argue that the creative city discourse reproduces racial injustice for youth. In particular, the creative city invests in the property rights and profitability of whiteness by inscribing creative superiority on the bodies of young people who are more likely to be privileged by…
Descriptors: Creativity, Educational Theories, Artists, Self Concept
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Masschelein, Jan – Educational Theory, 2019
In 2016 Bruno Latour delivered a lecture at Cornell University in which he responded to what he called the actual situation of disorientation and (literal) lack of common ground by offering some "hints for a neo-Humboldtian university." One hint he offered was that we should consider pedagogy as the frontline for staging an approach to…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Educational Theories, Educational Philosophy, Social Change
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Schinkel, Anders – Educational Theory, 2018
Many authors have claimed a moral and educational significance for wonder. In this article Anders Schinkel assesses these claims in order to address the question whether we do indeed have reason to stimulate the sense of wonder and to provoke experiences of wonder in education with a view to its moral effects or importance. Are there moral effects…
Descriptors: Imagination, Ethical Instruction, Relevance (Education), Educational Needs
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Mulcahy, D. G. – Educational Theory, 2018
D. G. Mulcahy highlights some of Jane Roland Martin's major contributions to the field of philosophy of education in this review essay. He focuses on several of Martin's better-known works--including "Reclaiming a Conversation," "The Schoolhome," "Changing the Educational Landscape," "Coming of Age in…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Liberal Arts, General Education, Educational Theories
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