23 SES 10 A, Power and Emotion
Parallel Paper Session
This paper examines possible entanglements between unpleasant and pleasant affects, their global evocation and their managerial aftershocks in Danish public schools. It examines the formation and affectivity of educational management, relating them to national identities/intensities as well as notions of selfhood and otherness, through an encounter between Danish school principals and Southeast Asian schools.
The paper is based in poststructural conceptualisations of leadership and the affective turn.
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