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Joe Lyons Kincheloe’s Critical Pedagogy

  • Domenica Maviglia
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Abstract

The son of ardent democrats, Joe Lyons Kincheloe (Kingsport, Tennessee 1950 – Kingston, Jamaica 2008) was always politically active, showcasing a personality that was so oriented towards autonomy and critical sense that at the age of twelve he was already renowned for his ability to unnerve teachers with his speeches in defence of the weakest citizens and against all forms of segregation.

Keywords

Social Justice Critical Thinking Critical Pedagogy Dominant Power Educational Action 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Domenica Maviglia
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  1. 1.University of MessinaItaly

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