New Forms of Unease, between Myths of Development and Catastrophic Imaginaries: Educational Implications


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The main aim of this paper is to make some remarks on the educational implications of new forms of unease from a theoretical perspective. I explore new forms of unease related to collective imagination. I focus especially on myths of development and catastrophic imaginaries related to social and environmental crises
Keywords Catastrophes, Development, Education, Unease
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DOI 10.6092/issn.1974-4935/4111
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