Discursive Inscriptions in the Fabrication of a Modern Self: Mexican Educational Appropriations of Dewey’s Writings

  • Rosa N. Buenfil Burgos

Abstract

Dewey’s writings, just as any other text, in their articulation with other discourses available at a certain time and space, are resignified in such a way that they can become just the opposite of what they previously were.

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