Vol:7 No. (1989)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial
Max van Manen
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1 - 2

Special Section

The Pedagogical Atmosphere
Otto F. Bollnow
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5 - 11
The Pedagogical Atmosphere: The Perspective of the Child
Otto F. Bollnow
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12 - 36
The Pedagogical Atmosphere: The Perspective of the Educator
Otto F. Bollnow
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37 - 63
Ceremonies and Festive Celebrations in the School
Otto F. Bollnow
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64 - 76

Articles

Picaresque Tragedies: The “Abandoned” Children of Colombia
Lewis Aptekar
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79 - 92
Brief Stories and the Fictionalization of the Self
Minerva López-Caples
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93 - 105
The Child’s World of Play and Pain
Charles N. Fischer
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106 - 114
Students and Textbooks: Which is to be Master?
Margaret Hunsberger
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115 - 126
Rainer Schönhammer
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127 - 144
Operating on a Child’s Heart: A Pedagogical View of Hospitalization
Stephen J. Smith
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145 - 162
Unpacking the Stash: A Preliminary Note on Creative Concealment Among Children and Adolescents
Kenneth Stoddart
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163 - 169

Projects

Room for Learning
Margaret Olson
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173 - 184

Methodology

On Phenomenology and its Practices
Robert Burch
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187 - 217
Edmund Perry, the Distribution of Knowledge, and the Looking Glass of Race
Michael D. Barber
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218 - 231
By the Light of Anecdote
Max van Manen
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232 - 252

Dialogue

Phenomenology + Pedagogy: A “Repository for the Romantic and the Nostalgic?”
David Seamon
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257 - 260

Reviews

Pedagogy Between Fear and Peace by Lennart Vriens
Wytze Brouwer
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263 - 266
A Documentation and Interpretation of Four Children’s Art Serials Within the Lived Experience of a Pedagogical Dialogue by Nancy Retallack-Lambert
Ronald Silvers
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267 - 270
Life in Schools: An Introduction to Critical Pedagogy in the Foundations of Education by Peter McLaren
Walter Werner
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271 - 277

Books Received

Books Received
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278 - 278

Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments
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279 - 279

Contributors

Contributors
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280 - 282

Credit

Credit
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