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Zembylas, Michalinos – Teaching Education, 2018
This paper suggests that scholarship in critical pedagogy needs to consider two important issues: first, how students' affective life ("affect" and "emotion" are used as interchangeable terms here) is manifested through "counter-conduct practices", namely, practices of resistance that challenge dominant or hegemonic…
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Critical Theory, Resistance (Psychology), Social Justice
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Lanas, Maija; Zembylas, Michalinos – Teaching Education, 2015
This paper explores how "revolutionary love" may be a viable response in a teacher's pedagogical practices. To do so, we present an in-depth case study of one teacher in a reindeer herding village in Finnish rural north. The paper asks what does revolutionary love mean in teaching practice and what distinguishes loving from non-loving…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Case Studies, Rural Areas, Foreign Countries
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Zembylas, Michalinos – Teaching Education, 2013
This paper discusses the role of emotions in mobilizing implicit activisms--that is, small-scale, personal, and modest activisms--in schools. For this purpose, the discussion evokes the notion of critical emotional reflexivity to illuminate how creating spaces for critical reflection on emotions may contribute to making implicit activisms more…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Psychological Patterns, Sustainability, Activism
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Zembylas, Michalinos – Teaching Education, 2007
In this paper, I use feminist and poststructuralist discourses to suggest that the politicization of anger in education is not only inevitable but also desirable. In particular, an analysis of anger in education may offer certain critical advantages, including a better understanding of the importance of "being angry" in political terms. As various…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Feminism, Psychological Patterns, Moral Issues