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Tables of Contents for Discourse, Power and Resistance
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Foreword
vii
 
Gordon Taylor
Introduction
ix
 
Jerome Satterthwaite
PART ONE
Education, postmodernism and the organisation of consent
3
10
Elizabeth Atkinson
Learning to comply; learning to contest
13
14
Stephen Rowland
New Labour, New Professionalism
27
16
Dennis Hayes
Discourse, Power and Resistance in New York: The rise of testing and accountability and the decline of teacher professionalism and local control
43
14
David Hursh
Power and Resistance in Further Education: The discursive work of negotiating identities
57
14
Roger Harrison
Julia Clarke
Richard Edwards
Fiona Reeve
The Ethnographic Self as Hired Hand: Reflecting on researching educational partnerships
71
14
Jocey Quinn
The Myth of Mentor as a Double Regime of Truth: Producing docility and devotion in engagement mentoring with `disaffected' youth
85
18
Helen Colley
PART TWO
The Terror! The Terror! Speaking the Literal to Inspire the Understanding of a Friend
103
16
Jerome Satterthwaite
`I've made it more academic, by adding some snob words from the Thesaurus'
119
16
Elizabeth Burn
Terry Finnigan
`They just won't critique anything': The `problem' of international students in the western academy
135
14
Susan Nichols
Opposing a Rationalist Discourse: Four practitioner stories
149
16
David White
Creative Pedagogies of Resistance in Post Compulsory (teacher) Education
165
10
Ken Gale
The Contributors
175
4
Bibliography
179
18
Index
197