23 SES 05 E, Perceptions and Uses of Evaluation and Assessment
+++Put differently, Laclau and Mouffe are used in order to analyse which discourses have been, and now are, in control of the definition over the education policy and the hereto related conception of professionalism. References: Abbott, Andrew (1988): The System of Professions. The University of Chicago Press. Apple, Michael W. (2001): Educating the “right” way. Markets, Standards, God, and Inequality. RoutledgeFalmer, New York. Ball, Stephen J. (1994): Education Reform. A critical and post-structural approach. Open University Press, Buckingham. Hjort, Katrin (2002): Moderniseringen af den offentlige sektor. Roskilde Universitetsforlag. Hjort, Katrin (2005): Professionaliseringen i den offentlige sektor. Roskilde Universitetsforlag. Laclau, Ernesto (2007): Emancipation(s). Verso, London. Laclau, Ernesto og Mouffe, Chantal (1985): Hegemony & Socialist Strategy –Towards a Radical Democratic Politics. Verso, London. Lacalu, Ernesto og Mouffe, Chantal (2002): ”Hinsides det sociales positivitet: antagonismer og hegemoni”. In: Jensen, Carsten og Hansen, Allan Dreyer (red.): Det radikale demokrati – diskursteoriens politiske perspektiv. Roskilde Universitetsforlag. Parsons, Talcott (1951): The Social System. The Free Press of Glencoe, Collier-Macmillan Limited. Parsons, Talcott (1968): “Professions”. In: Sills, David L. (ed.): International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, Volume 12. The Macmillan Company & The Free Press. Weber, Max (2003): ”Herredømmets sociologi”. In: Andersen, Heine, Bruun, Hans Henrik og Kaspersen, Lars Bo (red.): Max Weber. Udvalgte tekster, bind 2. Hans Reitzels Forlag, København. As have been said already, the paper will be based on Laclau and Mouffe’s discourse theory. Therefore, the above references to their work are the most central in the paper. Apart from that, I have listed some references to the sociology of professions (Abbott, Weber, Parsons). I use these references as a way to create an ideal standpoint concerning professionalism. That is, as a point of reference which the more politicised versions of professionalism can be compared to. I need a place to start out from, you might say. Finally, I have listed some context near references (Hjort, Apple, Ball) which I use as guidelines for my analysis. Among other things, these references are concerned with transformations of the welfare state, and with professionalism as a kind of work that is implicated by those transformations.
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