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Can and Need Educational Technology Become a Postmodern Enterprise?

Theory Into Practice Volume 37, Number 1, ISSN 0040-5841


Explores the field of educational technology as a modern project that has capitalized classrooms, highlighting efforts to reclaim the field for student interests; discussing how formation of the field has constrained its practice, especially around race, gender, and power; examining the commodification of students and construction of subjectivity; and asking whether postmodern scholarship can lessen the constraints. (SM)


De Vaney, A. (1998). Can and Need Educational Technology Become a Postmodern Enterprise?. Theory Into Practice, 37(1), 72-80. Retrieved November 15, 2019 from .

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