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  1. On Ugliness in Words, in Politics, in Tour-Ism.Marianna Papastephanou - 2015 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 47 (13-14):1493-1515.
    Many educational theoretical approaches to cosmopolitanism tend towards an unconditional appreciation of mobility, diversity and rootlessness. The recent interest of educational philosophy in the rhizome, de-territorialization and diversity contributes to this understanding of cosmopolitanism as movement across a borderless and imperfect world. Without downplaying such insights, this article displaces and de-temporalizes them. It takes the form of a parody of the rhizome to view those insights from a different perspective and make them strike a different pedagogical note.
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  • Well-Being Narratives and Young Children.Eila Estola, Sandy Farquhar & Anna-Maija Puroila - 2014 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 46 (8):1-13.
    Whereas research on children’s well-being in education has largely focused on adult perspectives rather than on children’s understandings, recent scholarship argues for a stronger focus on children’s experience and perceptions of their own well-being. Adopting a narrative approach, this article puts children’s stories centre stage as we explore a philosophy of well-being for early childhood in two distant but similar countries, Finland and Aotearoa New Zealand. The article reports on two independent narrative studies in which children tell about their own (...)
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  • Translation, the Knowledge Economy, and Crossing Boundaries in Contemporary Education.Yun-Shiuan Chen - 2016 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 48 (12).
    Significant developments in the global economy and information technology have been accompanied by a transformation in the nature and process of knowledge production and dissemination. Concepts such as the knowledge economy or creative economy have been formulated to accommodate the new and complex developments in knowledge, creativity, economy, and technology. While much of the current literature on the knowledge and creative economy substantially reflects the economic impact of knowledge and creativity, previous studies have rarely touched upon the role of translation (...)
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