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Deconstruction of Education

Ferenc Arató
2014 The Hungarian Educational Research Journal  
One of them is ISE development and adaptation in everyday practices of ISE institutionshave they been able to deconstruct hierarchical and segregating forms of education in their everyday practice?  ...  From this viewpoint we can widen the interpretation of the concept of deconstruction if we can recognize the importance of active structural change in learning and education, the importance of continuous  ...  objectives of the learning process and the participants.  ... 
doi:10.14413/herj2014.02.04 fatcat:5xjvawqgxfgqhbutanzx3nrx64

Sculpture as deconstruction: the aesthetic practice of Ron Mueck

Anne Cranny-Francis
2013 Visual Communication  
deconstruction of Cartesian subjectivity.  ...  K E Y W O R D S being • discursive • intertextuality • meaning • sculpture • sensory • subjectivity • touch • visuality  ...  McDonald's review articulates an aesthetic that is still governed by the Cartesian consciousness that Mueck's sculpture deconstructs.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1470357212462672 fatcat:jilngeq6knfpvptg6ekve4xb3y

Deconstructing the nPVI

Nathaniel Condit-Schultz
2019 Music Perception  
Readers may not recognize potential issues, or assumptions of these functions unless they are clearly explained.  ...  This paper attempts to clarify the nature of the nPVI as applied to music, elucidating its strengths, weaknesses, and assumptions through a critical ''deconstruction.  ... 
doi:10.1525/mp.2019.36.3.300 fatcat:myg5qbm4avcchbo5eanm6jfzkm

Deconstructing the Map [chapter]

J.B. Harley
2011 Classics in Cartography  
"To deconstruct," it is argued, is to reinscribe and resituate meanings, events and objects within broader movements and structures; it is, so to speak, to reverse the imposing tapestry in order to expose  ...  County and regional maps, though founded on scientific triangulation, were an articulation of local values and rights.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470669488.ch16 fatcat:svxbccddrfeoxfw5epn2mgozue

DECONSTRUCTING THE MAP

J B HARLEY
1989 Cartographica  
"To deconstruct," it is argued, is to reinscribe and resituate meanings, events and objects within broader movements and structures; it is, so to speak, to reverse the imposing tapestry in order to expose  ...  County and regional maps, though founded on scientific triangulation, were an articulation of local values and rights.  ... 
doi:10.3138/e635-7827-1757-9t53 fatcat:45wz7duzwndrtnzwcohs3fjh6a

Deconstructing the Map [chapter]

J. B. Harley
2011 The Map Reader  
"To deconstruct," it is argued, is to reinscribe and resituate meanings, events and objects within broader movements and structures; it is, so to speak, to reverse the imposing tapestry in order to expose  ...  County and regional maps, though founded on scientific triangulation, were an articulation of local values and rights.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470979587.ch8 fatcat:iwl6yhvw45c7zcn4k7gsvr5qg4

Lacan?s Construction and Deconstruction of the Double-Mirror Device

Stijn Vanheule
2011 Frontiers in Psychology  
It is argued that his concept of the gaze, which he qualifies as a so-called "object a," prompted Lacan move away from his double-mirror set-up.  ...  He argued that by working with free association, psychoanalysis aims to articulate unconscious desire, and bypass the tendency of the ego for misrecognition.  ...  Recognizing oneself in one's relation to objects a, and changing aspects of this relation, is a challenge for psychoanalytic treatment he henceforth places next to deciphering the unconscious and articulating  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00209 pmid:21949511 pmcid:PMC3171787 fatcat:cvod76xomfhqpleozjoco6ma5u

Deconstructing Totalitarism: Fragmenting the Whole in Narratives

Hilda Gairaud Ruiz
2004 Revista de Filología y Lingüística de la Universidad de Costa Rica  
The analyzes focuses in two opposing approaches to the term and its apparent deconstruction, as well as the implications that a new view of this term could mean in terms of literary interpretation and  ...  Deconstructing the Center, Fragmenting the Whole Deconstruction The idea of totality is also affected by contemporary ideas of deconstruction.  ...  Now, they are given the chance to articulate their voice within a system.  ... 
doi:10.15517/rfl.v31i2.4421 fatcat:3ye6jxqljvb3bgquz66hpkf47m

Deconstructing Affect: Posthumanism and Mark Hansen's Media Theory

David Cecchetto
2011 Theory, Culture and Society. Explorations in Critical Social Science  
From here, the essay articulates Hansen's argument for an affective topology of the senses, corroborating the increased importance of digital technologies in this perspective through a brief comparison  ...  In closing, then, I argue that what is accomplished by Hansen's putting-into-discourse of technesis is, paradoxically, a re-staging of the constitutive ambivalence of deconstruction that reinvigorates  ...  With respect to the question of human-technology relations, it suggests that efforts to articulate posthumanism as an overcoming of deconstruction are doomed both to reify deconstruction as an opposition  ... 
doi:10.1177/0263276411411589 fatcat:z4u4iqggubbr3aszc5tlzld45q

Deconstructing Jamaican Whiteness: A Diasporic Voice

Kim Robinson-Walcott
2009 Small Axe  
Given this visual logic, to notice the "background" is to notice the obvious focus of the frame. And we recognize it because of its shocking familiarity. But familiarity, as G. W. F.  ...  material object.  ... 
doi:10.1215/02705346-2009-010 fatcat:endugcycpjgyddgflusshp56zm

Deconstructing the Quantum Debate: Toward a Non-Classical Epistemology [article]

Gennady Shkliarevsky
2008 arXiv   pre-print
It also argues that a truly non-classical epistemology should abandon the traditional subject-object orientation and focus on the very process of construction which creates both the subject and the object  ...  For example, the combination of visual and auditory functions is activated by both visual and auditory stimuli.  ...  However, while recognizing the agency of the observer, he did not see the actual physical link that connected the observer and the object.  ... 
arXiv:0809.1788v1 fatcat:lebzrzcugrf6xasc7pnbhgujsu

Deconstructing the Translation of Psychological Tests

Alicia Bolaños-Medina, Víctor González-Ruiz
2012 Meta : Journal des traducteurs  
Very often, text is subordinate to visual and ideographic stimuli, together with real, palpable objects and shapes.  ...  the condition presented), visual discrimina tion, progressive series, classes of visualization (for examinees to figure out how specific pictures will look if rotated, twisted or inverted), orientation  ...  Despite the recent controversy about the validity of TAPs, it has been recognized that although the information gathered "may well be edited, partial, communicationoriented constructions by subjects […  ... 
doi:10.7202/1017088ar fatcat:3vfy37gfdjfbde6u4tr4x6am7u

Deconstructing the Enduring Appeal of the Third Reich

James Page
2008 Journal of Intercultural Studies  
It is suggested that the reasons for this continuing appeal are complex, although possibly include: 1) the aesthetic and audio-visual nature of the regime, 2) the general appeal of a militaristic society  ...  deny such a culture, but rather to deconstruct this.  ...  If analysis of the discourse of the Third Reich can do no more than assist in the deconstruction of the wider culture of violence, then such analysis may serve as a useful starting point for the important  ... 
doi:10.1080/07256860801938641 fatcat:7d3nsedchvhvfg2xme4kxviwde

Inscription and 'Anscription': Surface and System in Cybernetics, Deconstruction, and Don DeLillo

Nathaniel Zetter
2019 Humanities  
Just as significantly, each example presents this function in relation to the technical possibilities of media and articulates it through a theory of the body that is entangled with writing.  ...  from the mathematician Norbert Wiener's description of a mechanism that would translate written text into tactile impressions; the second, from Jacques Derrida's historical framing of the project of deconstruction  ...  articulation of an elapsing of presence which Derrida wishes to channel into his deconstruction of logocentrism.  ... 
doi:10.3390/h8010005 fatcat:k34wlm2gzbc5jdgbhrd2mubnke

The Contemporary Visual Spectacle — Critical Visual Literacy

Lai-Fen Yang
2014 Zenodo  
Themes regarding our experience of a visually pervasive mediated culture, here, termed visual spectacle.  ...  Today, however, we are living in one of the most artificial visual and image-saturated cultures in human history, which makes understanding the complex construction and multiple social functions of visual  ...  APPROACHES TO CRITICAL VISUAL LITERACY In articulating a concept of critical visual literacy, we should develop general perspectives on what constitutes a critical approach to visual culture as we do in  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1093733 fatcat:phbd246w7fgpbh46a7w5bfdfne
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