The Power In/Of Language features a collection of essays that analyse the ways in which language is utilized in contemporary education revealing its deeply entrenched power relationships.* Features essays grounded in theoretical rigor that offer critical insights into contemporary educational practice* Provides educators with fresh new perspectives on language in education* Based on the latest research data.
Machine generated contents note: 1.The Actions of affect in Deleuze: Others using language and the language that we make ... / David R. Cole -- 2.Manufacturing consent: A corpus-based critical discourse analysis of New Labour's educational governance / Jane Mulderrig -- 3.`Relative ignorance': Lingua and linguaggio in Gramsci's concept of a formative aesthetic as a concern for power / John Baldacchino 4.Beyond discourse? Using Deleuze and Guattari's schizoanalysis to explore affective assemblages, heterosexually striated space and lines of flight online and at school / Jessica Ringrose -- 5.Will they ever speak with authority? Race, post-coloniality and the symbolic violence of language / Awad Ibrahim -- 6.Romantic Agrarianism and Movement Education in the United States: Examining the discursive politics of learning disability science / Scot Danforth -- 7.Lost in translation: The power of language / Peter Fitzsimons -- Contents note continued: 8.The Product of text and `Other' statements: Discourse analysis and the critical use of Foucault / Linda J. Graham -- 9.After the glow: Race ambivalence and other educational prognoses / Zeus Leonardo.