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|Title:||Towards a critical teaching practice : notes for the teacher educator|
|Authors:||Sultana, Ronald G.|
Education -- Social aspects
|Citation:||Sultana, R. G. (1990).Towards a critical teaching practice : notes for the teacher educator. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 14(1), 14-30|
|Abstract:||The problem with reproduction theories was that they over-emphasised the success of capital in determiniilg the character and direction of social institutions and in fulfilling its needs. Human beings seemed to have no other alter- native in front of them than to accept these dictates and to enter into dehumanising and-damaging relationships in a variety of social sites and with reference to life changes generally (Wright, 1978). Much more fruitful was the exploration of the ways individual and groups resisted this imposition, and acted in such ways as to win spaces for themselves within large, impersonal and undemocratic structures.|
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