Lifeworld and textualism: reassembling the researcher/ed and ‘others’

@article{Payne2005LifeworldAT,
  title={Lifeworld and textualism: reassembling the researcher/ed and ‘others’},
  author={Phillip Garth Payne},
  journal={Environmental Education Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={413 - 431}
}
  • P. Payne
  • Published 1 September 2005
  • Sociology
  • Environmental Education Research
This response to McKenzie’s ‘post‐post’ concerns about environmental education research draws upon empirical, conceptual, anecdotal, metaphorical, imaged and poetic means to help the researcher ‘reassemble’ the researcher/ed by attending to her/his relational body and embodiment of various, often hegemonic, socially constructed environmental relations. The purpose is to reconcile body/lifeworld experiences and their sources (socio‐ecological ontology) with mind/text meaning‐making and… 
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