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Studying on Discipline discourse of the Humanistic Education Foundation
Humanistic Education Foundation
This study focused on the discipline discourse raised by the Humanistic Education Foundation(HEF). I was intented on how such discourse has been formed and what are the discursive structures and the strategies. In addition, how the school educators recognize, feel and reflect over HEF’s discursive practices, were also mentioned. Michel Foucaults’ Discourse Analysis was applied as the main research approach. The official magazines published by the HEF and school teacher interviews were conducted to obtain the analitical data. According to the research findings, I found that arguments of the discipline discourse are grounded on the problematic educational system, changing culture climates, and the evolving of human rights. Interchangably others, such as lawyers, psychological therapists, professors in education, and teachers, are manipulated to serve the diverse roles of the multiple claiming subjects for the HEF. Meanwhile, the strategic rarifying, neglecting, and purposeful overlooking and emphasizing, are ways of how HEF structures her discourses. The outcomes of HEF’s discipline discourses are somewhat productive and influential. Corporal punishment and immoderate disciplines are banned and reduced significantly in schools. However, it is hard to merge the essential perspective gaps about discipline between HEF advocates and school stakeholders, which HEF takes an student-centered individualistic positions but school stakeholders keep the class management in mind from collective positions.
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