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Gray, Robert – Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 2019
Taking full advantage of the educative benefits of interaction in digital learning environments will require the development of new theoretical frameworks that can contribute to a richer understanding of interaction. Literary theory provides an excellent place to develop such a framework and advanced understanding. Literary theory enables us to…
Descriptors: Web Based Instruction, Online Courses, Electronic Learning, Educational Quality
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Hakobyan, Liana – Hispania, 2018
This article examines Julio Cortázar's short story "Las babas del diablo" from a visual perspective and at the intersection of Roland Barthes's ideas on photography and Severo Sarduy's theory on the Neobaroque. I propose that in "Las babas del diablo" photography and the Neobaroque--two seemingly unrelated concepts--interact…
Descriptors: Novels, Imagery, Photography, Narration
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Lee, Soyoung – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2020
This paper explores ways in which Roland Barthes' discussion of the encyclopaedia provides us with resources for thinking about education and research practice today. What Barthes addresses in his essay 'The Plates of the Encyclopedia' is a particular encyclopaedia, the "Encyclopédie" produced by Denis Diderot and Jean le Rond…
Descriptors: Encyclopedias, Education, Educational Research, Educational History
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Peters, Michael A.; Jandric, Petar – Open Review of Educational Research, 2018
Building on Peters' and Jandric's previous work on curriculum as 'text' and 'discourse' (Peters, M. A., & Jandric, P. (2018b). The curious relationships between discourse, genre and curriculum. "Open Review of Educational Research," 5(1).), this article seeks to refresh and extend the central metaphor of 'curriculum as text' that is…
Descriptors: Curriculum, Academic Discourse, Figurative Language, Printed Materials
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Logie, John – College English, 2013
Roland Barthes's "The Death of the Author" is a foundational text for scholars who are addressing questions of authorship and textual ownership in English studies and its neighboring disciplines. Barthes's essay is typically presented without significant attention to the circumstances and context surrounding its initial English…
Descriptors: Authors, Scholarship, Intellectual Property, Copyrights
Gorbel, Jason E. – ProQuest LLC, 2017
Adolescent students with psychiatric disorders who are educated in day treatment school classrooms manifest cognitive limitations, maladaptive behaviors, and social functioning deficits that often lead to academic failure, impeding their productivity when they become adults and causing them to run afoul of the criminal justice system. Informed by…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Students, Mental Disorders, Day Programs
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Allsup, Randall Everett; Lewis, Judy – Philosophy of Music Education Review, 2015
Consistent throughout his writings on aesthetics and education, Bennett Reimer maintained the idea that music must be understood and studied as non-conceptual. Music's forms of knowing point to the subjective realms of life and operate effectively without the assistance or necessity of language. An education in the arts is an education in…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Music Education, Aesthetics, Music
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Booryazadeh, Seyed Ali; Faghfori, Sohila; Shamsi, Habibe – Advances in Language and Literary Studies, 2014
Roland Barthes as a fervent proponent of semiology believes that semiology is a branch of a comprehensive linguistics: it is the study of how language articulates the world. Semiotic codes, the paths of this articulation, accordingly underlie his attention. Barthes in a structural analysis of Balzac's "Sarrasine" in S/Z expounds five…
Descriptors: Hermeneutics, Semiotics, Literary Genres, Twentieth Century Literature
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Granger, David A. – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2008
This article discusses what David Berliner (2005) has called the perverse "spectacle of fear" (208) surrounding issues of teacher quality and accountability in contemporary school reform. Drawing principally on the critical semiotics of Roland Barthes' essay, "The World of Wrestling" (1957), it examines the way that this…
Descriptors: School Restructuring, Teacher Effectiveness, Federal Legislation, Democracy
Hawkins, Paul Henry – ProQuest LLC, 2010
Apprehending that race is social, not biological, this study examines U.S. racial formation in the early twenty-first century. In particular, Hollywood and Supreme Court texts are analyzed as media for gathering, shaping and transmitting racial ideas. Representing Hollywood, the 2004 film "Crash" is analyzed. Representing the Supreme Court, the…
Descriptors: Race, Mythology, Civil Rights, Court Litigation
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Hopkins, Mary Francis – Communication Monographs, 1977
Discusses the implications of structuralism by examining "Introduction to The Structural Analysis of Narrative", a contemporary writing by Roland Barthes. Explains Barthes' terms and concepts by using Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway character for an example. (MH)
Descriptors: Drama, Fiction, Higher Education, Linguistic Theory
Richmond, Joan L. – 1997
Roland Barthes points out in his pedagogical essays that, although students have been filled with horror stories of professorial expectations, at the same time they have expectations of their own. Barthes' points should be considered as a way of examining the classroom space and common writing teaching practices and opening them up to different…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Educational Philosophy, Freshman Composition, Higher Education
Harris, Joseph – 1985
The role of the reader in how the meaning of a text is formed has been a nearly obsessive concern of recent critical thought. While theories of reader-response or deconstruction may seem to have had little effect on the practice of teaching literature, they do hold much in common with the way many teachers try to teach writing. The works of Roland…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Literary Styles, Writing (Composition), Writing Improvement
Hytier, Jean – French Rev, 1970
Presents contrasting views of some French literary critics including Georges Poulet, Charles Mauron, Jean-Pierre Richard, Jean-Paul Weber, and Roland Barthes. Paper read at the Annual Meeting of the Modern Language Association of America (MLA) December 28, 1968 in New York, New York. (DS)
Descriptors: Analytical Criticism, French Literature, Literary Criticism, Literary Styles
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Vaughn, Gary; Wenner, Barbara – Teaching English in the Two-Year College, 1999
Discusses two intriguing ways of explaining error in student writing--the work of Michel Foucault and the work of Roland Barthes. Describes in-class activities and essay assignments that use these perspectives to help students to reach improved understanding of error in writing. (SR)
Descriptors: Error Correction, Error Patterns, Higher Education, Writing Assignments
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