Bullying in Faculties of Education
Chapter 5 Bullying and How It Works; Making Meaning
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BULLYING AND HOW IT WORKS; MAKING MEANING
I said, well, unless something is done I’m going to make a formal complaint. And at that point I realized that I was in a kind of an intellectual desert or I was in a critical consciousness desert, because in a faculty of education which is predicated on the principles of social justice that comment was unheard except by me.
(FROM INTERVIEW WITH YEW)
The second level of analysis illustrates how I made sense of the findings and how I understand them. How does bullying work in faculties of education, according to the respondents? I will begin by providing examples of what the respondents had to say about it: “But within a faculty of education, you can tell when we go to a lot of conferences, we know a lot of people in faculties of education. You hear all kinds of really crazy stuff” (490).1 I choose to let the respondents speak without my comment for now.
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