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Kaela Jubas

section, I outline my approach to discourse and discourse analysis at the time of this study, to provide a sense of the assumptions about talk, text, and ideas that I brought to it. As I discuss in a co-authored article ( Jubas & White, 2017 ), I agree that “when we use language, social goods and their

Rules of the Game

Developing a Theoretical Framework


Kaela Jubas

materiality and culture or ideology. That dialectic is reflected in writing about critical discourse analysis and critical realism. Fairclough’s (2003) term “analytical dualism” resonates with a Gramscian dialectic: From the perspective of analytical dualism, structures and processes (and agency) have

Taking a Risk

Having Mindful Discussions about Race, Privilege, and Social Justice


Leah D. Pride

of race studies and the personal and varied degrees of emotions that enmesh the social construct, the email expresses a “struggle.” Considering my interpretation of Bakhtin’s addressivity framework for discourse analysis (the utterance of a word or phrase with the expectation of a response), and the

The Discursive Playbooks

Key Institutional Texts on Equity and Internationalization


Kaela Jubas

and vary greatly in length. In the end, these texts offer relevant information and contribute to my discourse analysis. Along with institutional commitments to equity for LGBT people, internationalization informs the encounters that LGBT people are having in the course of their work or studies in some


Lynette Shultz and Thashika Pillay

11 , Pashby uses critical discourse analysis in conjunction with a reflexive theoretical approach – also referred to as the pivot point – to make visible the conflations and contradictions of global citizenship education in a recent UNESCO (2014) publication, Global Citizenship Education: Preparing

Achieving Citizenship for All

Theorising Active Participation for Disabled Children and Their Families in Early Childhood Education


Kate McAnelly and Michael Gaffney

’Donoghue, 2006 ). Additionally, Macartney (2011) referred to Foucauldian discourse analysis, which examines power relationships in society as expressed through language and practices ( Foucault, 1977 ; Foucault, 1980 ). Further to Foucault, Macartney (2011) and Macartney and Morton (2009) also made


Marlene E. McKay

not about exposing the ‘dirty laundry’ of Aboriginal communities; rather, it was a discourse analysis in which I examined how existing structures, systems, and practices produce Aboriginal women as secondary. To recognize Aboriginal women’s citizenship as important, part of the solution is to


Pamela Lamb

critical framework for many different ways of reading visual representations such as via semiology, psychoanalysis, discourse analysis, and content analysis, to better understand the culture at large. Yet the implications—or affective reverberations—of audience interaction with socially engaged art remain

Research and Its Impact

A Dramatic Cyber-Dialogue in Three Scenes


John O’toole and Peter Duffy

case study that centers on narrative research and a discourse analysis of the moments prior to dramatic play could be an important contribution depending on the question you ask, and the scale at which you ask it. Also, you mentioned using Kernberg’s (1998) Children’s Play Therapy Instrument (CPTI