Pedagogy as a Concept Creation and as Social Practice
Pedagogy as a social practice is tightly bound with a broad context of relations between forces that exist within the social field. This horizon, established by the historical, economic and political conditions has a decisive impact upon the form of modern pedagogy's conceptual space. One of the issues that seem to play a very important role in pedagogy today is that of 'marketization of education'. The author considers the origins and the effects of the economic rationality's domination in modern pedagogical thought. The possibility of bringing an end to a 'crisis' of the disciplinary autonomy is seen in return of the pedagogy to its own field of thought and in concept constructivism based on Deleuze's and Guattari's notion of 'concept creation'.
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