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deconstruction – a useful analytic tool

The very first post I put on this blog was about deconstruction. I provided a tiny explanation about the very idea. There was a touch of history about linguistics connections and then a passing reference to the politics of deconstruction. … Continue reading

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under de/construction

Habermas[1] once claimed that there were three different types of knowledge production: (1)    work knowledge where the intention is to predict ( taken up in positivist and postpositivist research traditions), (2)    practical knowledge about the sphere of human interaction where … Continue reading

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