L’enseignement critique du management comme espace d’émancipation: Une réflexion autour de la pensée de Jacques Rancière
This paper aims to contribute to the literature on Critical Management Education (CME) by drawing on the work of philosopher, Jacques Rancière, whose thinking provides a means of resolving the dilemma underlying CME. It raises fundamental questions regarding the position of authority and the expertise of the critical educator, while at the same time dispelling the illusion of collaboration and consensus with students and managers. By presenting equality as an assumption to be actualised, Rancière invites us to reject the appropriation harboured by expert knowledge and the assignation of positions that this implies. On this basis, we can restructure the place of management and management education as a fertile ground for the emergence of dissensus in order to politicise what was neutralised and to give voice to those who have no voice.
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|Date of creation:||2011|
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|Publication status:||Published in M@n@gement, 2011, Vol. 14, no. 5. pp. 281-309.Length: 28 pages|
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