The second lecture was a discussion of 'personal stories' about state-provided, networked or corrupt access to education based on the theoretical concepts outlined in the first lecture. The discussion centered around how structural exclusions become manifested in concrete, experience-able situations. How do people react to being excluded from the public good of education ? What are the tensions that can arise from exclusion? How do those benefiting from excluding others explain and rationalize this exclusion? Those were some of the main questions that were discussed.
21 Jul 2015
CRitical Education And Theoretical Exploration (CREATE)