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Social Order, Fetishism and Reflexivity

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In response to Strydom, Nicoll and Gregg's queries, I draw out some further implications of my analysis of theory classrooms. I aim to clarify the theoretical basis of my concepts of social order and fetishism. I end by considering the pedagogical implications of my analysis. It seems to me that the contradiction between critical values and the classroom's forms of authority remain irresolvable.
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Keywords: Critical Theory; Fetishism; Pedagogy; Reflexivity; Social Order

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2008-04-01

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