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Politics, Pedagogy and Power

Bullying in Faculties of Education

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Eelco B. Buitenhuis

Politics, Pedagogy and Power: Bullying in Faculties of Education is the result of research seeking to find explanations for bullying between faculty members in faculties of education around the world. The frank and devastating revelations of professors are shocking and painful, screaming for interrogation. Bullying in faculties of education is a strange phenomenon because anti-bullying programs abound while the behavior occurs at a significant number of faculties of education. The research finds that factors in leadership and neoliberal politics cause this odd phenomenon. Other causes were found in the problematic position of education in the academic world. The underdog position academics in education find themselves in works both ways: notions of being of less importance than any other science are mirrored in feelings people working in education have about themselves. In this research a bricolage is executed, the methodology that intelligently joins research methods driven by the growing understanding of the problem of bullying between professors in education. This makes Politics, Pedagogy and Power a useful guide in methodology classes. This book is a perfect textbook for leadership programs in higher education, because it deals with good and bad leadership and issues of power.
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Names: Buitenhuis, Eelco B., author.Title: Politics, pedagogy and power: bullying in faculties of education /Eelco B. Buitenhuis.Description: New York: Peter Lang, 2016.Series: Critical qualitative research; v. 25 | ISSN 1947-5993Includes bibliographical references.Identifiers: LCCN 2015048221 | ISBN 978-1-4331-3297-1 (hardcover: alk. paper)ISBN 978-1-4331-3296-4 (paperback: alk. paper) | ISBN 978-1-4539-1820-3 (e-book)Subjects: LCSH: Bullying in universities and colleges. | College teachers—Abuse of.College teachers—Professional relationships. | Education—Study and teaching (Higher)Educational leadership—Moral and ethical aspects.Classification: LCC LB2345.3.B85 B84 2016 | DDC 371.5/8—dc23LC record available at http://lccn.loc.gov/2015048221

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