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This chapter emerges as a surprise, as we have come through this writing to understand that critical to arts-based collaboration or participatory research is mindful attendance to the in-between-relational-spaces of tensions, absences, learning and curiosities that are revealed through reflection ov...
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In this paper I consider the question of what is good for the poem. First I put forward a case for addressing a poem as a living thing, and what follows is a Lacanian psychoanalysis of a poem’s unconscious. I conclude with a brief application for educators and recommend ways they might prevent an ...
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Extending critical perspectives which have problematized “work,” in this essay we contest rationalist values of “work” through a/r/tography, noting that a/r/tography is particularly suited to troubling the artificial divisions and correlative productivities between art and research, teacher ...
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This paper explores the breaches and barriers in youth literacy with qualitative interviews with 22 young people and 22 youth service providers from Prince Edward Island, Canada. It then compares these perspectives with a review of literatures on youth literacy. The paper outlines a sociological fra...
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In this chapter I argue that to practice poetry, or to live poetically, is an artmaking process where the self has an aesthetic/empathetic sense of being in the world. I utilize Lacanian theory to explain how artmaking processes of aesthetics/empathy (1) resist the long-standing traditions of modern...
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This research paper focuses on young Inuit male identity and how it is formed, shaped and sustained among Nunavummiut. The research was conducted in Baker Lake, Nunavut in 2013 by holding kitchen table talks with three different groups. The discussions with the three groups identified people, projec...
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Increased accountability has been a catalyst for the reformation of curriculum and assessment practices in postsecondary schools throughout North America, including veterinary schools. There is a call for a shift in assessment practices in clinical rotations, from a focus on content to a focus on as...
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Rev. of Historical Dictionary of American Cinema, by M. Keith Booker
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Within this article, we thematically present common challenges associated with the role of the rural principal. In this literature review, we delimit our search to work published from 2003-2013. A limitation of this study is that it represents data predominantly from American, Canadian, and Australi...
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Drawing from narrative theory, reflexive inquiry, and critical pedagogy, the intent of this article is to position narrative as perspective and process that, together, help construct theoretically new ways of conceptualizing and practising learning. My aim, then, is to present narrative as a methodo...
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Fuelled by forces of globalisation, China has gradually shifted from a centrally planned economy to the ‘socialist market economy’. This study examines changes in Chinese education under globalisation and market economy, focusing on the teaching and living conditions of teachers. The study revea...
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In dialogical theories of the self, presence is understood as socially constructed as each ‘I’ position within the self comes to voice the multiple and socially influenced selves that are always in relation. In this poetic inquiry, the poems stage a dialogue within the self where each speaker v...
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This paper examines the social impacts of digital media technology on youth; its paradoxes, points of resistance and reproductive tendencies. The place of digital media in the complexity of youth transitions over time is under theorized and studied. The use of digital media is well documented such t...
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Under the impact of accelerating globalization in the education sector, classrooms in Canadian higher education are becoming more and more internationalized with respect to the diversity of students, curriculum, educational philosophies and pedagogical relationships. This hermeneutic case study look...
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This qualitative exploration of rural and urban teaching experiences encapsulates the experiences of 8 Western Canadian teachers. A literature review outlines the benefits and challenges of rural and urban education. Stemming from narrative inquiry data, I present the study's results in the for...
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This paper presents a conceptual synthesis of current literatures on the ways in which digital media allow/negate reproduction and resistence in educational and social inequalities for youth. With a focus on intersections of inequalities (socioeconomic status, age, culture, ethnicity, region) and s...