From: Lara Beaty [mailto:email@example.com]
With this in mind, what strikes me about Ya-Meer is that the conflict
was as much about Charles as Cristobal.
oh, yes! i was struck by that. poor Charles! his identity was being actively co-constructed by others without his even being present. (i also wondered here about the ethics of Cristobal even engaging in that conversation with Ya-Meer.)
i don't understand, Mike, your reference to "buy-in" - i'll go back to Roth's text.
and after having discussed the Roth article with a group of doctoral students, we concluded with a wish that the article were about twice it's length - because while we agreed with the epistemology, identity emerging out of activity, we weren't convinced that the data presented adequately supported the case study.
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