Pedagogika Szkoły Wyższej

ISSN: 2083-4381    OAI    DOI: 10.18276/psw.2016.1-01
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Autorytaryzm akademicki, jego źródła, przejawy i (niektóre) konsekwencje; perspektywa realizmu krytycznego

Autorzy: Maria Czerepaniak-Walczak
Uniwersytet Szczeciński
Słowa kluczowe: realizm krytyczny uniwersytet autorytet autorytaryzm
Data publikacji całości:2016
Liczba stron:12 (11-22)
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The aim of this text is preliminary analysis of issue of power in the higher education. As the theoretical framework of this analysis is a perspective of critical realism on the agency and the status of subjects: the individual and the collective. In the area of interest is the specificity of authoritarianism in social relations at universities in various fields of its operation designated by the Act Law on Higher Education (dated 27 July 2005. As amended. Changes). The focus is on the question: how conscious entities constitute objective social reality, including authoritarian and oppressive behavior of authority, and how these behaviors constitute conscious entities, arousing reactions of resistance and processes of emancipation? In order to exceed the one-way of determinism is sought answers rooted in the thesis of realism critical, namely, between the person and public awareness there is a simultaneous mutual transformation that preserves or changes both the person and the community, changes or reinforces the standards governing the relationship and understanding by subjects of their situation. Subjective perpetration, both primary and collective remains in relation to the academic authoritarianism in each field and level of interactions in HE.
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