Ethics and Science Education: How Subjectivity Matters

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Beschreibung

This book encapsulates a line of research that looks at how students are positioned as ethical actors/decision makers in biology education by science policy, curriculum, and classroom resources. Its basis comes from a textbook study that examined how biology texts work to constitute subjectivities related to neoliberalism and global capitalism, sex/gender and sexuality, and ethics. The study found that textbook discourses set limits on a) the types of ethical concerns represented b) the modes of ethical engagement c) the dispositions necessary to engage in ethical action or decision-making. Policy reform, regulation, and personal lifestyle choices were the primary ways students could approach ethical decision-making or action. While these approaches are useful, they are likely not sufficient for dealing with major twenty first century problems such as climate change and social inequality, along with new ethical dimensions introduced by biotechnologies and genomic research. This research brief sets a context for how discourses of science education policy and curricula work to shape a 'subject of ethics', that is how students come to see themselves as participants in issues of ethical concern. Drawing from a structural-poststructural philosophical approach, Science and Technology Studies, educational research, and a methodology based on discourse analysis and ethnography, this book's overall goal is to assist with research into subjectivity, ethics, politics, policy, and socioscientific issues in science education.



Autorentext

Jesse Bazzul is assistant professor of science and environmental education at the University of Regina. His research focuses on how science and environmental education practices/discourses work to (re)produce various subjectivities. He believes science education must become a primary site for sociopolitical engagement if societies are to meet twenty-first century problems such as growing social inequality and environmental destruction.



Inhalt
Chapter 1: Science Education as a Site of Struggle.- Chapter 2: The Constitution of Subjectivities: Discourse, Practices, and Repetition.- Chapter 3: The 'Ethical Subject' of Science Education.- Chapter 4: Science Education and Subjectivity in (Bio)political Context.- Chapter 5: Egalitarian Politics and the Dimensions of An Ethical Self.- Afterword: Different concepts and tools to bring about an ethically and politically engaged science education. 

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Produktinformationen

Titel
Ethics and Science Education: How Subjectivity Matters
Autor
EAN
9783319391328
ISBN
978-3-319-39132-8
Format
E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller
Springer International Publishing
Herausgeber
Springer
Genre
Erwachsenenbildung, Volkshochschule
Veröffentlichung
24.05.2016
Digitaler Kopierschutz
Wasserzeichen
Dateigrösse
1.13 MB
Anzahl Seiten
67
Jahr
2016
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