The Learning Society from the Perspective of Governmentality
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BeschreibungThis collection of essays considers a variety of educational ideas and programs from the perspective of governmentality, integrating conceptual and theoretical insights and empirical investigation of policy documents, and government technologies.
Considers different educational ideas of enlightenment, creativity, participation, inclusion, learning, and critique
Offers an overview of French philosopher Michel Foucault's theory on governmentality and how his ideas apply to current developments in society and education
Investigates the intrinsic relationship between intellectual and practical educational technologies
A study of how educational practice and educational theory have played a constitutive role in practices of subjectivity which are crucial to 'learning societies'
InhaltsverzeichnisEditorial: Michael A. Peters. The Learning Society from the Perspective of Governmentality: Jan Masschelein, Maarten Simons, Ulrich Brockling and Ludwig Pongratz. The Learning Society and Governmentality: An introduction: Jan Masschelein and Maarten Simons. The Learning Society, the Unfinished Cosmopolitan, and Governing Education, Public Health and Crime Prevention at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century: Thomas Popkewitz, Ulf Olsson and Kenneth Petersson. From Education to Lifelong Learning: The emerging regime of learning in the European Union: Anna Tuschling and Christoph Engemann. Voluntary Self-Control: Education reform as a governmental strategy: Ludwig Pongratz. Education or Service? Remarks on teaching and learning in the Entrepreneurial university: Andrea Liesner. Participation for Free. Exploring (limits of) participatory government: Kerlyn Quaghebeur. On Creativity: A brainstorming session: Ulrich Brockling. Learning as Investment: Notes on governmentality and biopolitics: Maarten Simons. The Power of Power. Questions to Foucault: Norbert Ricken. Experience and the Limits of Governmentality: Jan Masschelein. Notes on Contributors. Index.
PortraitJan Masschelein is Professor for Philosophy of Education at the Catholic University of Leuven. His primary areas of scholarship are educational theory, political philosophy, critical theory, studies of governmentality and social philosophy. Currently his research concentrates on the 'public' character of education and on 'mapping' and 'walking' as critical research practices. Maarten Simons is lecturer and post-doctoral researcher at the Centre for Educational Policy and Innovation, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. His research interests are educational policy and political philosophy with special attention for governmentality and schooling, autonomy and higher education and performativity in education. Ulrich Brockling, Ph.D., is a sociologist. He is Coordinator of the Graduate Research Program 'Figures/Figurations of the Third' at the University of Konstanz, Germany and co-Editor of the journal Leviathan. Berliner Zeitschrift fur Sozialwissenschaft."His research interests are: cultural theory, philosophical anthropology, sociology of self technologies and social technologies and governmentality studies. Ludwig A. Pongratz is Professor of Educational Theory (Allgemeine Padagogik) and Adult Education at the Darmstadt Technical University (Germany). His publications and research concentrate primarily on the history of educational theory and the methodology of pedagogy, critical theory and educational philosophy, school pedagogy and adult education. His research includes empirical studies alongside his historical and conceptual works.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: JOHN WILEY & SONS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2007
Seitenanzahl: 170 Seiten