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Jarvie, Scott – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2019
It is typically understood that friendship is define as "a close and informal relationship of mutual trust and intimacy" (Oxford English Dictionary). On a basic level, friends care about each other. They spend time interacting in ways that are mutually beneficial. Friendships usually take a period of time to develop--people typically do…
Descriptors: Friendship, Teacher Student Relationship, Humanization, Interaction
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Tulloch, Rowan; Randell-Moon, Holly Eva Katherine – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2018
"Gamification", a strategy whereby video game logics are applied to real world tasks, is rapidly gaining traction in education discourses, policies, and practices. Gamification advocates are frequently and prominently declaring the practice "the future of education" or education for the 21st century (Deardorff 2015; Frith 2017;…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Video Games, Politics of Education, Neoliberalism
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Ross, Sabrina – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2017
More than 50 years after the "Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka" decision, the democratic promises inherent in "Brown" have yet to be fulfilled (Franklin 2005) and educational quality, or lack thereof, continues to be intimately linked with social constructions of race (Baszile 2008; Ladson-Billings 2012).…
Descriptors: Race, Justice, Moral Values, Educational Quality
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Edwards, Erica; Esposito, Jennifer – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2016
In this article, Erica Edwards and Jennifer Esposito review the fourth season of "Love and Hip Hop New York," which is just a small part of the larger "Love and Hip Hop" reality TV series, which characterizes love through narrow representations of race, gender, and sexuality. Their analysis reports that this television program…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Television, Intimacy, Interpersonal Relationship
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Low, Remy – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2016
In this article, the author submits that the push for moderation and social cohesion through deradicalization is an inadequate response to violence inspired by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) because it elides the political disaffections to which the group speaks. In advancing this argument, the author suggests that the rhetoric of ISIS…
Descriptors: Social Integration, Terrorism, Muslims, Violence
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Burke, Kevin J.; DeLeon, Abraham – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2015
This article examines the multiple spaces of schooling as it shifts architecturally, geographically, and increasingly virtually. It aims to examine how how teachers might find new networks of power and subjectivities--using the interlocking concepts of the vagabond, the nomad, and imaginal machines--of historically situated bodies that perform and…
Descriptors: Power Structure, Teacher Role, Teaching Methods, Teaching (Occupation)
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Endacott, Jason L.; Wright, Ginney P.; Goering, Christian Z.; Collet, Vicki S.; Denny, George S.; Davis, Jennifer Jennings – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2015
Recent quantitative research on the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in schools across Arkansas has discovered that teachers' perceptions of job satisfaction, agency, and professionalism are significantly affected by their school leaders' openness towards autonomy, flexibility, and opinions of teachers (Matlock et al.…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Common Core State Standards, Professionalism, Teacher Attitudes
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McGloin, Colleen – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2014
In a previous article discussing the politics of language in Australian Indigenous Studies teaching and learning contexts, the author and her colleague stated their objective in writing that article was to ''instill'' a sense of the importance of the political nature of language to their student body (McGloin and Carlson 2013). They wanted to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Figurative Language, Foreign Policy
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Madden, Brooke; McGregor, Heather E. – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2013
Engaging in pedagogy for decolonizing as a theoretical approach to Indigenous education with adults raises questions and tensions, particularly when individual student experience and structures embedded within colonial relations of power trouble one another in unpredictable ways. In this article, the authors use duoethnography to explore…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Power Structure, Ethnography, Doctoral Programs
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Hartman, Yvonne; Darab, Sandy – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2012
Much has been written recently on the increased pace of scholarly life and its ill effects. More generally, work intensification has been identified as a widespread malaise in contemporary workplaces, and academia is no exception. In this article the authors make the argument that the kind of higher order thinking that is a critical part of the…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Teaching Methods, Thinking Skills, Instruction
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Matthews, Julie – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2011
In the pseudo-documentary "The Age of Stupid" (Armstrong 2009), a historian from 2055 scans the remnants of civilization and asks why, in the early twenty-first century, people did not save themselves when they had the chance. The film serves as a motif for issues raised in this article. Why do people continue to believe that education plays an…
Descriptors: Role of Education, Sustainable Development, Environmental Education, Failure
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Zingsheim, Jason; Goltz, Dustin Bradley – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2011
In this article, the authors engage critical performance pedagogy scholarship on whiteness to both question and extend two persistent trends in the literature. Although intersectionality is commonly referenced in the literature, the larger impulse underscoring Crenshaw's (1991) concept is often footnoted, tangentially marked, or given mere surface…
Descriptors: White Students, Power Structure, Social Structure, Race
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Dutro, Elizabeth; Kantor, Julia – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2011
"The Wire," a critically acclaimed television series on HBO, is one of the latest narratives of urban schools to appear on screen. The series--which unfolded across five seasons and aired its series finale in late 2007--is set in Baltimore and interweaves the stories of inner city residents, particularly a network of characters involved…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, Police, Law Enforcement, City Government
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Cammarota, Julio – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2011
This article discusses how the white savior syndrome renders the misrepresentation of the potential of people of color to resist and lead the transformation of oppressive conditions within their own social context. Indigenous resistance requires endogenous (internal) leadership such that all social justice actions derive from and continue to flow…
Descriptors: High School Students, Social Justice, Films, Classification
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Kellner, Douglas; Kim, Gooyong – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2010
Critical pedagogy believes education to be a form of cultural politics that is fundamental to social transformation aiming to cultivate human agency and transformative activity. The explosion of information and communication technologies (ICTs) has provided ordinary people with unprecedented opportunities to take on the ruling educational power…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Educational Philosophy, Democracy, Power Structure
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