Please send. Kris
on 5/22/04 8:22 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org at email@example.com wrote:
> Hi Phil,
> I'd love to get a copy!
> Quoting Phil Chappell <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> The following paper could be read with Panofsky's synthesis of some
>> the ideas of Vygotsky, Bourdieu and Ratner.
>> I have a pdf copy if anyone is interested - I can send off-list.
>> British Journal of Sociology of Education
>> Publisher: Carfax Publishing Company, part of the Taylor &
>> Issue: Volume 20, Number 2 / June 1, 1999
>> Pages: 157 - 173
>> Vertical and Horizontal Discourse: an essay
>> BASIL BERNSTEIN
>> The analysis in this paper has its origins in a critical account of
>> the sociology of education (Bernstein, 1975) where the various
>> approaches to the study of sociology were taken as the distinguishing
>> feature of the discourse. This matter was further developed
>> 1996), with the distinction between vertical and horizontal
>> and their various modalities introduced in the context of
>> differentiating this mode of analysis from more 'Bourdieuan'
>> perspectives. This present paper is concerned with filling out and
>> extending the sketches adumbrated in earlier work in a more
>> form. The model proposed generates a language which relates the
>> internal structure of specialised knowledges, the positional nature
>> their fields or arenas of practice, identity constructions and their
>> change, and the forms of acquisition for successful performances.
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