Privilege, Agency and Affect
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Drawing on a range of theoretical perspectives and engaging with new empirical evidence from around the world, this collection examines how privilege, agency and affect are linked, and where possibilities for social change might lie.

Produktbeschreibung
Drawing on a range of theoretical perspectives and engaging with new empirical evidence from around the world, this collection examines how privilege, agency and affect are linked, and where possibilities for social change might lie.
Autorenporträt
Peter Aggleton, University of New South Wales, AustraliaLaura M. Ahearn, Rutgers University, USAHarriet Bjerrum Nielsen, University of Oslo, NorwaySue Clegg, Leeds Metropolitan University, UKJohannah Fahey, Monash University, AustraliaJoan Forbes, University of Aberdeen, UKValerie Hey, University of Sussex, UKAdam Howard, Colby College, USATracey Jensen, University of East London, UKJane Kenway, Monash University, AustraliaClaudia Lapping, Institute of Education, University of London, UKBob Lingard, the University of Queensland, AustraliaAaron Koh, Nanyang Technological University, SingaporeClaire Maxwell, Institute of Education, University of London, UKDiane Reay, University of Cambridge, UKYvette Taylor, London South Bank University, UKRubén Gaztambide-Fernández, University of Toronto, CanadaKate Cairns, University of Toronto, CanadaChandni Desai, University of Toronto, CanadaMargaret Wetherell, University of Auckland, Australia; Open University, UK
Inhaltsangabe
1. Introduction 2. Privilege, Agency and Affect - Understanding the Production and Effects of Action; Claire Maxwell and Peter Aggleton PART I: PRIVILEGE, EMOTIONS AND REPRODUCTION THROUGH ELITE EDUCATION 3. The Libidinal Economy of the Globalising Elite School Market; Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey and Aaron Koh 4. The Sense of Entitlement; Ruben Gaztambide-Fernandez, Kate Cairns and Chandni Desai 5. Elite School Capitals and Girls' Schooling: Understanding The (Re)production of Privilege through a Habitus of 'Assuredness'; Joan Forbes and Bob Lingard PART II: AGENCY AND AFFECT IN AND THROUGH HIGHER EDUCATION 6. The Space of Academia: Privilege, Agency and the Erasure of Affect; Sue Clegg 7. Institutional Accountability and Intellectual Authority: Unconscious Fantasies and Fragile Identifications in Contemporary Academic Practice; Claudia Lapping 8. Privilege, Agency and Affect in the Academy: Who Do You Think You Are?; Valerie Hey PART III: PRIVILEGE, DOMINANCE AND HIERARCHY BETWEEN FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES 9. 'Mumsnetiquette': Online Affect within Parenting Culture; Tracey Jensen 10. Regenerational Selves and Regional 'Resilience': Agency, Entitlement and Privilege in the North East of England; Yvette Taylor PART IV: AGENCY, PRIVILEGE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE 11. The White Middle Classes and Urban Comprehensive Schools: Ambivalences and Anxieties of Privilege; Diane Reay 12. Negotiating Privilege through Social Justice Efforts; Adam Howard 13. Gender on Class Journeys; Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen PART V: END NOTES 14. Feeling Rules, Atmospheres and Affective Practice: Some Reflections on the Analysis of Emotional Episodes; Margaret Wetherell 15. Privileging and Affecting Agency; Laura M. Ahearn 16. Privilege, Agency and Affect - Moving Further Debate; Claire Maxwell and Peter Aggleton
Rezensionen
"as an introduction to the field of affect, privilege, and agency from the perspectives of post-structuralism, critical theory, and social-practice theory, this collection of essays is a very good place to start". - Gender and Education