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  • - diskursiv produktion af selver
    af Bronwyn Davies & Rom Harré
    115,95 - 142,95 kr.

    I 1990 udkom Bronwyn Davies og Rom Harrés banebrydende artikel om begrebet positionering. De ønskede at finde et mere dynamisk social-psykologisk begreb end rolleteorien til at beskrive, hvordan menneskers identitet og sociale liv udspilles. Det lingvistisk inspirerede positioneringsbegreb peger på, at subjektivitet og identitet er noget, der konstant skabes og forhandles gennem vores positioneringer i de samtaler, vi deltager i.Begrebet positionering har haft en omfattende virkningshistorie og tilbyder os stadig i dag en utrolig anvendelig analyse af enhver form for samtale, idet Davies og Harré medinddrager kontekst, situation, kropssprog, symboler og signaler.Det er første gang, at teksten foreligger i dansk oversættelse. Bogen indledes med en begrebsgennemgang ved oversætter Ole Lindegård Henriksen. Forord ved Thorkild Olsen.Bogens målgruppeDenne bog er til alle, studerende og professionelle, der interesserer sig for kommunikation, sproghandlinger, relationer og identitet.

  • af Bronwyn Davies
    497,95 kr.

    The Arts if Living in a More-than-human World is about affect, about stopping, listening, and feeling the vibrant matter of this world, and of our selves embedded in it. The title refers both to the arts, (specifically to painting, photography, fiction and poetry), and to daily life as an art form that might be lived differently-a difference that emerges in relation to more-than-human life-the life of the world that we collectively depend on and are symbiotically attached to. This astonishing and lively work brings new materialist concepts to play, as it explores the poetics of embodied living in everyday life. It brings arts-based methodologies together with current research in the natural and biological sciences, moving well beyond many old, familiar, well-established disciplinary boundaries. The poetics of living-as- and of writing-as-inquiry draws inspiration from "the fleeting, viscous, lively, embodied, material, more-than-human, precognitive, non-discursive dimensions of spatially and temporally complex lifeworlds" (Vannini, 2015: 318). It is informed by an ethics that dismantles the centuries-old assumption of human dominance and ascendance over the material world. It engages in an exploration of our human selves in motion, as emergent, and as embedded in the complex, interwoven materiality of the world--a world that is always in motion. This book pushes at the edges of our understanding, and of our capacity to communicate, offering a bridge between the thinking and the doing of new materialist inquiry. With a wild grace, Bronwyn and Jane move us through the entanglements of life with more-than-human beings. Their work embodies the intra-action of art, philosophy, and a creative relational methodology for living response-ably with water and sky and stone and soil. Theirs is a book we want to live in as our body is pulled into the ink, the paper, the ipad, the rock pool, the flower, and their fields of existence, creating a more-than-human empathy. Merge with the pages of The Arts of Living in a More-than-Human World. You'll be glad you did. Tami Spry, author of Body, Paper, Stage: Writing and Performing Autoethnography.

  • - The Accounts of Primary School Children
    af Bronwyn Davies
    444,95 - 1.375,95 kr.

  • - Being and becoming
    af Bronwyn Davies
    688,95 - 2.041,95 kr.

  • - Analyzing the Texts and Talk of Everyday Life
    af Bronwyn Davies
    541,95 - 1.674,95 kr.

    Focusses on Judith Butler's contribution to thought in the Social Sciences and the Humanities. This book draws on various aspects of Butler's conceptual work, and questions how it has opened up the possibilities of thought in areas of study as diverse as Theater Studies, Education, and Narrative Therapy.

  • af Bronwyn Davies
    466,95 kr.

    This is an exploration of body/landscape relations and what is possible when body and language are thought of and written together instead of in opposition to each other.

  • af Bronwyn Davies & Susanne Gannon
    400,95 kr.

    This book provides guidelines for developing a collective biography project and demonstrates how these guidelines emerged from and were shaped by projects on such topics as subjectivity, power, agency, reflexivity, literacy, gender, and neoliberalism at work.

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