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Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary and Analysis

The body comes into play at this time. She writes that within educational environments it is often the case that the individuals are restricted in their activities to a rather extreme extent. To directly address the significance of the bodies of the teachers and the students is to address another issue. In many cases, the change in teachers would require alternative changes in technique.

During this chapter, she openly discusses sexuality. She was affected by this in a number of ways. There were times when it was her own sexual feelings towards another that caused problems. She cites one case where others observed that she had been influenced by her sexuality - she had feelings for a student. This was effectively addressed with her. She writes of how her own consciousness was raised by her growing awareness of her own behavior. She admits to readers...

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