Imprisoned Selves: An Inquiry into Prisons and Academe
By: Carol A. Mullen (author)Hardback
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Imprisoned Selves calls for a new kind of vitality through re-education and alternative viewpoints of teacher education and research. It uses prison sites and various rehabilitative, schooling contexts as a place of inquiry into teacher and learned development. Methods of investigation used combine narrative with ethnography, and the result is an insider's personal account of an unfamiliar world.
Carol A. Mullen is Research Associate at the Learning Systems Institute at Florida State University in Tallahassee.
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