This collection of Allan Luke’s key writings on educational policy, curriculum, and school reform follows the development and use of critical discourse analyses to study educational policy and practice. Turning to a series of narrative analyses of the relationship between politics, culture, economics, and education, Luke‘s writings address the challenges of shifting from an academic and scientific critique of policy to ‘getting your hands dirty’ in the making of state educational policy. The volume includes international examples of policy formation for social justice and equity, and closes with an auto-ethnographic view on policymaking and the need for increased critical, sociological evidence-based educational reform.
Together with its companion volume, Critical Literacy, Schooling and Social Justice: The Selected Works of Allan Luke, this collection gathers Luke’s seminal key writings spanning the fields of education, applied linguistics, sociology, and cultural studies for the benefit of scholars, students, teachers, and teacher educators around the world.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Allan Luke is Emeritus Professor of Education, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, Affiliated Professor, University of British Columbia, Canada, and an Honorary Professor at Beijing Normal University, China.
Table of Contents
1. Text and Discourse in Education: An Introduction to Critical Discourse Analysis
2. Getting Our Hands Dirty: Provisional Politics in Postmodern Conditions
3. The Material Effects of The Word: Apologies, ‘Stolen Children’ and Public Discourse
4. New Narratives of Human Capital: Recent Redirections in Australian Educational Policy
5. After the Marketplace: Evidence, Social Science and Educational Research
6. Curriculum, Ethics, Metanarrative: Teaching and Learning Beyond the Nation
7. Teaching after the Market: From Commodity to Cosmopolitan
8. Using Bourdieu to Make Policy: Mobilising Community Capital and Literacy
9. Race and Language as Capital: A Sociological Template for Language Education Reform
10. Educating the Other: Standpoint And Theory in the Internationalisation of Higher Education
11. Generalising across Borders: Policy and the Limits of Educational Science
12. Another Ethnic Autobiography? Childhood and The Cultural Economy of Looking
13. On the Race of Teachers and Students: A Reflection on Experience, Scientific Evidence and Silence