ERIC Number: EJ942576
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2011
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 16
Scholar-Practitioner Identity: A Liminal Perspective
Bouck, Gregory M.
Scholar-Practitioner Quarterly, v5 n2 p201-210 Sum 2011
In this article the author attempts to identify the processes associated with the development of identity as a scholar-practitioner and provide insight into how positionality in effecting change in our world is perceived. The author begins by presenting an overview of scholar practitioner ideology, as well as an examination of the deconstruction and construction processes of self-identity within these principles. The ideas of "otherness" and liminality are employed in an effort to explain identity development as a personal journey that stands to profoundly influence those with whom one collaborates and/or leads.
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