De-centring the autonomous subject: different beings and becomings emerging from place relations for trainee counsellors (2014)
Type of ContentOral Presentation
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences
My aim in this presentation is to share some aspects of my own rhizomatic research journey, in a potentially rhizomatic presentation, that is ‘proceeding from the middle, coming and going, rather than (necessarily) starting and finishing (D&G, p25). At the same time, I hope to give you an understanding of how I have been thinking with the ‘posts’ in my research in order to think and feel differently about the possibilities for student-counsellors’ being and becoming through and with counsellor education.
CitationBarraclough, S.J. (2014) De-centring the autonomous subject: different beings and becomings emerging from place relations for trainee counsellors. College of Education, University of Canterbury, New Zealand: Playing with the Posts: using post-structural and post-humanist theory in educational research, 7 Oct 2014.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research16 - Studies in Human Society::1607 - Social Work::160702 - Counselling, Welfare and Community Services
44 - Human society::4409 - Social work::440901 - Clinical social work practice
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