Connecting Bourdieu, Winnicott, and Honneth: understanding the experiences of non-traditional learners through an interdisciplinary lens
West, L., Fleming, T. and Finnegan, F. 2013. Connecting Bourdieu, Winnicott, and Honneth: understanding the experiences of non-traditional learners through an interdisciplinary lens. Studies in the Education of Adults. 45 (2), pp. 119-134.
|Authors||West, L., Fleming, T. and Finnegan, F.|
This paper, derived from the Europe-wide, EU funded RANLHE study on non-traditional students in universities, connects Bourdieu’s concepts of habitus, dispositions and capital with a psychosocial analysis of how Winnicott’s psychoanalysis and Honneth’s recognition theory can be of importance in understanding how and why non-traditional students remain in higher education. Understanding power relations in an interdisciplinary way makes connections – by highlighting intersubjectivity – between external social structures and subjective experiences in a biographical study of how non-traditional learner identities may be transformed through higher education in England and Ireland.
|Journal||Studies in the Education of Adults|
|Journal citation||45 (2), pp. 119-134|
|Publisher||National Institute of Adult Continuing Education|
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|Deposited||21 May 2013|
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