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Schwabenland, Christina (2004)
Publisher: Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT), London Metropolitan University
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: dewey370
Perriton and Reynolds build their article on a debate that circled around a challenge by Elizabeth Ellsworth to the field of ‘radical’ education when she published an article in 1989 that suggested that critical educationalists, while espousing Freirean emancipatory ideals, were failing to ‘confront the authoritarianism inherent within most teacher-student relationships’ (Perriton and Reynolds, 2004 p. 62); in other words, that they failed to practice what they preached. Perriton and Reynolds use this debate as a starting point for surveying the current state of critical management education and asking whether the same criticism could equally apply to us.
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