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Overcoming the Deficit View of the Migrant Other

Notes for a Humanist Pedagogy in a Migration Society

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ISBN: 978-3-8474-2481-9
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What contribution can a humanistic pedagogy make in the context of a migration society? The author uses three examples to illustrate the deficit-oriented pressure to assimilate that foreigners are often subjected to: the Chicago School of immigration studies, the “2008 Integration Plan” of the Austrian federal state of Salzburg, and Hartmut Esser’s phases of integration. The illustrative critique of these models is primarily based on Edward W. Said’s theory of “othering”, Zygmunt Bauman’s diagnoses of modernity, and the socially critical reflections of Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno. In this way, the author develops components for a humanistic education within a migration society and presenting it as a universalistic alternative to the prevailing particularistic approaches in contemporary educational theory.

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Editor:
Dr. phil. Manfred Oberlechner, Pädagogische Hochschule Stefan Zweig, Salzburg, Österreich

 

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2021

Date of publication

15.02.2021

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Manfred Oberlechner

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Assimilation, diversity, Educational theory, Enlightenment, Humanism, Migration society, Universalism

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What contribution can a humanistic pedagogy make in the context of a migration society? The author uses three examples to illustrate the deficit-oriented pressure to assimilate that foreigners are often subjected to: the Chicago School of immigration studies, the “2008 Integration Plan” of the Austrian federal state of Salzburg, and Hartmut Esser’s phases of integration. The illustrative critique of these models is primarily based on Edward W. Said’s theory of “othering”, Zygmunt Bauman’s diagnoses of modernity, and the socially critical reflections of Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno. In this way, the author develops components for a humanistic education within a migration society and presenting it as a universalistic alternative to the prevailing particularistic approaches in contemporary educational theory.

Inhaltsverzeichnis Leseprobe

Editor:
Dr. phil. Manfred Oberlechner, Pädagogische Hochschule Stefan Zweig, Salzburg, Österreich

 

Download for free: publicity leaflet (pdf)

 

Target Group:
Researchers and lecturers in education, social sciences and humanities especially in the field of educational theory

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Year of publication

2021

Date of publication

15.02.2021

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1.

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Englisch

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