Discourse in educational and Social Research PDF/EPUB

Discourse in educational and Social Research PDF/EPUB


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  1. Stef Rozitis Stef Rozitis says:

    If this somewhat rushed review only partially makes sense forgive me I am overtiredin a way that only people who work with children will understand I thoroughly enjoyed this book and was inspired to begin writing even though I am still somewhat clueless Maclure rejects the obvious on the whole although I felt she was a bit over reliant on Derrida especially given what she says about him and his cronies in chapter 8 I loved the way she unpicked fabrications as a series of meanings like producing fabric weaving but also still lies and fictions although even in the negative aspects she shed some positive light on the need to be fabricated in our identities and social presence I intent to hold this idea of fabrication in tension with Ball's stuff about performative neoliberal cultures making us all fabricate our successes and professional identities which I agree with up to a point but I felt Maclure's less doom and gloom version allowed for hope and a sort of psychic survival within criticism that I rarely find I feel negative almost to the point of nihilism within the critical paradigm sometimes and inauthentic shallow and bored anywhere elseSo emotionally I needed this book which made me tempted to give it the full five stars but while I don't attempt to pretend I am not biased I felt that was giving in to bias too much I like the systematic way it took us through example of example of discourse analysis always with a critical lens its self mocking tone and the fact that it mostly used normal sized words and sentences so that a complete dunce like me could follow it uite well and even begin to feel smart enough to play the game in this sense it reminded me of Fairclough who also had a way of winking knowingly at the reader until you felt inspired to have a go yourself I really feel like starting to write my thesis now even though my uestion is vague reading this book did crystallise that for me and even though I read it after work in only 4 days I paused a couple of times and did detailed brainstorms about my thesis so it was pretty helpful and even though I don't have a supervisor Not all of the book was specifically useful to the way i intend to use discourse analysis but I felt that the intent of it was to open up possibilities not to close off things the author has not mentionedMost of all it made me feel secure in my sort ofattempted academic identity as a feminist and someone who has many of the same sorts of love hate relationships with theory and texts and uestions and her own act of writing that this book treated and made me feel that I didn;t have to perfectly understand and resolve everything to begin to have a go and that I don;t even really need to wait for approval from the clever people though I suppose I wont get far unless I develop my thinking enough to convince them Maybe how much this book resounded with me means I am out of date and ought to have got in and written a thesis back in 2003 which would be round about when the idea that I wasn't completely stupid first surfacedI want to reread the concluding chapter and appendices some time when I haven;t just spent 9 hours plus with toddlers But I recommend this book to anyone who is willing to see past the innocence of texts including their own acts of speaking and writing and anyone who likes things like post structuralismdiscourse analysis deconstruction or especially those who are ambivalent about anything like that since the book will mock you if you are too firmly entrenched in any of it


  2. Sue Lyle Sue Lyle says:

    I wish I had read this book when it was first published in 2003 It is a wonderful book that explores the insights and challenges of a discourse based orientation to research Maclure is a post structuralist and interested in deconstruction A must for anyone interested in how discourse spoken or written affects our lives but of particular interest to researchers looking at discourse analysis


  3. Cheryl Ryan Cheryl Ryan says:

    Maggie Maclure provides detailed insights to the application of Derrida's work to educational research


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Educational and Social Research by It demonstrates the insights and the challenges of a discourse based orientation to educational and social research Drawing on a variety of educational and social science 'texts' including press articles life history interviews parent teacher consultations policy debates and ethnographies the author shows how knowledge power identities and realities are constructed and problematised Discourse in Educational and Social Research Introducing discourse and educational research The discourse of disgustpress engagements in the 'war' over standard English Interrogating the discourse of home school relations the case of 'parents' evenings' with Barbara Walker Taking a text apart a discourse analysis of a polemical article The fabrication of research The threat of writing Fabricating the selfmetaphors Discourse In Educational And Social Research It demonstrates the insights and the challenges of a discourse based orientation to educational and social research Drawing on a variety of educational and social science 'texts' including press articles life history interviews parent teacher consultations policy debates and ethnographies the author shows how knowledge power identities and realities are constructed and problematised Metaphor in Educational Discourse Advances in 'Metaphor in Educational Discourse is a superb piece of applied linguistics research that integrates Vygotsky's theory of concepts with current work on metaphor into a coherent framework for investigating how teachers and learners negotiate figurative language in order to promote development in the classroom setting In what is likely to become the standard for future studies in this area Discourse In Educational And Social Research Buy Discourse In Educational And Social Research Conducting Educational Research First Edition by MacLure Maggie ISBN from 's Book Store Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders The Discourse | Free Education in Singapore The Discourse seeks to increase students’ access to uality education instill critical thinking skills and change the learning culture in Singapore’s education landscape What We Do To fulfill our mission statement our first step is to offer free educational resources for students in Junior Colleges The eventual aim is to expand this resource bank to encompass all levels of education Discourse analysis as theory method and ABSTRACT Discourse has featured in studies of educational policy as an analytic and methodological tool theoretical frame realm of implication and even a foundational definition of educational policy itself eg Despite the centrality of discourse as a frame for exploring educational policy and its implications the ways that discourse is defined or operationalized in educational policy Discourse in Educational and Social Research This volume aims to be both practical and provocative It demonstrates the insights and irritations of a discourse based orientation to educational research Drawing on a wide range of educational texts including policy documents ethnographic interviews press articles video taped lessons textbooks informal chat and parent teacher consultations the author shows how knowledge power Discourse Analysis in Educational Research | Although educational researchers using discourse analysis as a methodtool of inuiry continue to wrestle with uestions of context definitions of “text” and notions of discourse this approach to inuiry remains extremely useful and influential After describing recent advances in the study of discourse within educational research and the problems and challenges that remain the chapter Discourse in Educational and Social Research Introducing discourse and educational research The discourse of disgustpress engagements in the 'war' over standard English Interrogating the discourse of home school relations the case of 'parents' evenings' with Barbara Walker Taking a text apart a discourse analysis of a polemical article The fabrication of research The threat of writing Fabricating the selfmetaphors The Discourses of Educational Management The Discourses of Educational Management Walter Humes University of Glasgow Scotland Abstract This paper attempts to apply the techniues of discourse analysis to some of the key concepts in educational management It employs a conceptual framework which is informed by management theory and policy studies as well as by the literature on discourse The central part of the paper considers Reproduction Resistance and Gender in Reproduction Resistance and Gender in Educational Discourse The Role of Critical Discourse Analysis Show all authors Victoria L Bergvall Victoria L Bergvall MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY See all articles by this author Search Google Scholar for this author Kathryn A Remlinger Kathryn A Remlinger GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY See all articles by this author Search Google Metaphor in Educational Discourse Advances in 'Metaphor in Educational Discourse is a superb piece of applied linguistics research that integrates Vygotsky's theory of concepts with current work on metaphor into a coherent framework for investigating how teachers and learners negotiate figurative language in order to promote development in the classroom setting In what is likely to become the standard for future studies in this area Discourse In Educational And Social Research Buy Discourse In Educational And Social Research Conducting Educational Research First Edition by MacLure Maggie ISBN from 's Book Store Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders The Discourse | Free Education in Singapore The Discourse seeks to increase students’ access to uality education instill critical thinking skills and change the learning culture in Singapore’s education landscape What We Do To fulfill our mission statement our first step is to offer free educational resources for students in Junior Colleges The eventual aim is to expand this resource bank to encompass all levels of education What Is Discourse in Sociology? ThoughtCo Discourse typically emerges out of social institutions like media and politics among others and by virtue of giving structure and order to language and thought it structures and orders our lives relationships with others and society It thus shapes what we are able to think and know any point in time In this sense sociologists frame discourse as a productive force because it shapes our.

  • Paperback
  • 248 pages
  • Discourse in educational and Social Research (Conducting Educational Research)
  • Margaret Maclure
  • English
  • 06 October 2016
  • 9780335201907