Burbules (2016). Technology, Education, and the Fetishization of the ‘New.’

“New technologies are neither the key to solving education’s problems, nor a blight that will make those problems worse. How do we think about the potential, and the limitations, of technologies in education without getting caught up in the fetishization of the new?” (p 14)

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Fleming (2003). Building Personal and Nation-State Identities: Research and Practice.

“As a number of theorists have pointed out (Hall, 1992; White & Hunt, 2000), personal identity is closely interconnected with collective or national identities. National identity and culture often appear to be unchanging and unidimensional, systems of symbols, behaviors, and values that are somehow immutable or even ethereal (Fulford, 1993). Every nation-state must ‘create a coherent national identity and … subordinate sub-regional or diverse ethnic identities in order to complement ideologically the economic union’ (Teeple, 2000, p. 164).” (p 68)

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