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Narrative Theory

Narrative Learning

Towards a Theory of Narrative Learning

REFERENCES

Bageant, J. (2007) Deer Hunting with Jesus: dispatches from America’s class war, South Africa: ANZ

Bauman, Z. (2000) Liquid Modernity, Oxford: Polity Press.

Biesta, G.J.  (in press) ‘A new “logic” of emancipation: the methodology of Jacques Ranciere’, Educational Theory.

Goodson, I. (2006) ‘The rise of the life narrative’, Teacher Education Quarterly, 33, 4: 7–21. The notion of narrative learning as employed in this book was first developed by I. Goodson in a paper ‘Narrative capital, Narrative learning’ written for a course at the University of Barcelona (Mimeo 2005).

Hoggart, R. (1958) The Uses of Literacy, Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books in association with Chatto and Windus.

Rogers, C. (1969) Freedom to Learn: a view of what education might become, Columbus, OH: Merill.

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Narrative Learning
  • Date of publication: 24/02/2010
  • Number of pages (as Word doc): 140
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Subject:
    Narrative Theory
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    Narrative Learning
  • Number of editions: 1
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  • ISBN: 978-0-415-48894-5
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