Series: Transgressions: Cultural Studies and Education (Book 25). Paperback: 116 pages. Publisher: Sense Publishers (May 20, 2008). ISBN-13: 978-9087904234. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.
Transgressions: Cultural Studies and Education, Volume: 25. Author: Donyell L. Roseboro. This is an introductory level text with emphasis on Lacan’s theoretical relationship to education and which uses Lacan’s theories as a springboard for a different educational discourse, one that forces us to assess inward rather than outward.
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into cultural studies and art criticism Jacques Lacan and education: A critical introduction. Saarnivaara, . & Varto, J. (2005).
into cultural studies and art criticism. e conceptual apparatuses presented by. Freud and Lacan have enhanced critical reﬂection in various areas of knowledge. Jacques Lacan and education: A critical introduction.
This is an introductory level text with emphasis on Lacan's theoretical relationship to education and which uses Lacan's theories as a springboard for a different educational discourse, one that forces us to assess inward rather than outward.
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Find nearly any book by Donyell L. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Jacques Lacan and Education: A Critical Introduction (ral Studies and Education): ISBN 9789087904234 (978-90-8790-423-4) Softcover, Sense Publishers, 2008.
Cultural studies’ main location has always been institutions of higher education and the bookshop. Consequently, one way of ‘defining’ cultural studies is to look at what university courses offer to stu-dents. This necessarily involves ‘disciplining’ cultural studies. Disciplining cultural studies. Many cultural studies practitioners oppose forging disciplinary boundaries for the field.
GENERAL INTRODUCTION Jacques Lacan (1901-80) is. .
GENERAL INTRODUCTION Jacques Lacan (1901-80) is undoubtedly the centralfigureof psychoanalysis in the second half of the twentieth century. Consequently, any critical assessment of Lacan's work should present the entire scope of the raging Lacan-debate in its four main domains: psychoanalytic theory and practice; philosophy; social sciences; cultural studies. The various shifts in Freud's own use of the concept from Studies on Hysteria (SE n) (1893-5) where it is presented as an ideational mass, to its complete delineation as a separate function in the final topography (The Ego and the Id, 1923) (SE xix: 12-66) partially lend themselves to such a confusion.
The work of Jacques Lacan has become an influential source to most disciplines of the social sciences, and is now considered a standard reference in literary theory, cultural studies and political theory. It is primarily as a contribution to this tradition of critical scholarship that we can see the work of Lacan now emerging.