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Biomythography in Teacher Education


Biomythography in Teacher Education by Sherry Nichols and Deborah J. Tippins "Outlaw genres renegotiate the relationship between personal identity and the world, between personal and social history. Personal histories, which traditionally have been written as I are deconstructed to recognize the social composition of individuals. In effect, mythologies that perpetuate the censorship of certain individuals can be re-examined as hegemonies working to confer inequitable identities in social contexts."

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