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Xploring txtuality & txtually transmitd dis-Ez : exploring textuality & textually transmitted dis-ease

Haxell, Ailsa 2014, Xploring txtuality & txtually transmitd dis-Ez : exploring textuality & textually transmitted dis-ease, in NL 2014 : Proceedings of the Networked Learning 2014 international conference, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 453-462.

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Title Xploring txtuality & txtually transmitd dis-Ez : exploring textuality & textually transmitted dis-ease
Author(s) Haxell, Ailsa
Conference name Networked Learning. International Conference (9th : 2014 : Edinburgh, Scotland)
Conference location Edinburgh, Scotland
Conference dates 7 - 9 Apr. 2014
Title of proceedings NL 2014 : Proceedings of the Networked Learning 2014 international conference
Editor(s) Bayne, S.
Jones, C.
de Laat, M.
Ryberg, T.
Sinclair, C.
Publication date 2014
Conference series Networked Learning International Conference
Start page 453
End page 462
Total pages 10
Publisher University of Edinburgh
Place of publication Edinburgh, Scotland
Keyword(s) sociology of translation
performative turn
textuality
Summary In studyn th sociolog of transl8n, ther is logic n atemptin 2 stay az tru 2 form az possbl n reportin on studies, 4 wat is known is n de performanc of reportin, furthr transl8ns ocur. + additionl & praps unesary distortns ocur wen d resrch is bEing disemN8d. Taking a performativ turn, research disein8n attnds 2 > than th aesthetic. N nvestig8ng how young ppl bcom positind n thR preferences 4 textn ther iz positnin dat trivializs, pathologizs & marginalizs. N only attendin 2 a sanitizd voice, 1 made 2 fit th acadimc audiens, transl8d in2 d discours of th0s situa8d n d mainstrem, proceses of colonz8n & opresn r perpetu8d. N givng academic credens 2 particla voices & not othrs, conventns of academia suport a domiNt discours: "to b takn serious dont stay az u r". This papr ther4 focuss on a partclr part of reserch, the collatral damge of reserch dissemn8n that restrcts & altrs voice. 2 redres violenc gainst such voices, a performativ turn is takn. 

This papr xplors txtuality & txtual dis-ez az a dialogicly provocativ txtd performnce. I present txt lnguag as non-trivial & non-pathologicl. In presntn this reserch my intentn is not 2 provid a spect8rs view on som priv8 world, nor entrtain, but 2 engage u/us in a prformanc runing intrferenc on conventns th@ wuld marginaliz & oppress. In doing so, a socioloG of transl8n prvokes undrstnding not only of thngs techy & social, but politcal; of practis realitz th@ wuld ‘other’ & prhaps betr undrstandin of how we 2 may b ‘othering’.  
ISBN 9781862203044
Language eng
Field of Research 130101 Continuing and Community Education
Socio Economic Objective 939999 Education and Training not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
Copyright notice ©2014, University of Edinburgh
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30064671

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Education
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