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    Beyond Myths, Fetishes, and Checklists: Discovering Diversity's Place in Education, Evaluation, and Accountability.Virginia Worley - 2011 - Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association 47 (1):3-25.
    (2011). Beyond Myths, Fetishes, and Checklists: Discovering Diversity's Place in Education, Evaluation, and Accountability. Educational Studies: Vol. 47, No. 1, pp. 3-25.
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    Painting with Impasto: Metaphors, Mirrors, and Reflective Regression in Montaigne's “of the Education of Children”.Virginia Worley - 2012 - Educational Theory 62 (3):343-370.
    Analyzing Montaigne's triptych painting, “Of the Education of Children,” reveals a series of ever-morphing, Dorian Gray–like canvases that depict metaphor mutations through which Montaigne defined education by distinguishing between schooling a child into a learned man and educating him into an able, active, and gentle person. Montaigne used metaphor and metaphor clusters to image key points in his educational philosophy, advanced his argument by intertwining, transmuting, and inverting metaphors, and thereby drew and vividly painted his philosophy of how to educate (...)
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    Discovering the More: Reading Wright's, Colette's, and Cather's Texts as Philosophy of Education.Virginia Worley, Stacy Otto & Lucy E. Bailey - 2010 - Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association 46 (2):192-223.
    Rather than using literary texts to evidence an analytic argument, within this piece we read Julia McNair Wright's (US, 1840?1902), Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette's (France, 1873?1954), and Willa Cather's (US, 1873?1947) texts through theoretical lenses that expose their educational meaning and value and that create conversation among them concerning girls? and women's educations. While we do not claim that one can generalize these women's works and lessons to every life, we contend that these women and the literary products they created offer girls (...)
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  4. Book Review of Poststructuralist Readings of the Pedagogical Encounter (Eruptions, Vol. 14). [REVIEW]Virginia Worley - 2004 - Educational Studies 36 (2).
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