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    Exploring ‘Gift’ Theories for New Immigrants' Literacy Education in Taiwan.Ho-Chia Chueh - 2012 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 44 (10):1110-1120.
    This paper addresses ‘the gift’ as the central concept in a discussion about the literacy education for new immigrants that has been developing in Taiwan since the early 1990s. The point of departure for this discussion is the advent of international marriages that are the consequence of new arrivals from Southeast Asia and China, and their effect guest/host relationship. In the first half of the article, I apply Marcel Mauss' idea of gift in order to examine the interactions within this (...)
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    Anxious Identity: Education, Difference, and Politics.Ho-Chia Chueh - 2004 - Praeger Publishers.
    Desire, political consciousness and formative subjectivity -- Lévi-Strauss and the methodological value of concepts of binary oppositions -- The pedagogy of the politics of difference -- The performance of Différance and deconstruction -- Temporality, modernity, and Différance -- Transformation, politics, and difference.
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    Social Involvement: Deconstructing Practices Relating to the Formation of Students Who Work with Autistic Children in a University Service-Learning Course.Ho-Chia Chueh & Ya-Tung Chen - 2014 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 46 (12):1366-1380.
    Participation in service-learning courses has always been considered a part of the informal education in tertiary education worldwide. Originating from the assumption that service-learning courses increase students’ civic engagement and bridge the gap between knowledge and practice, service-learning courses have gradually acquired the status of compulsory courses at universities. This being as it may be, it would seem that the nature of such courses would benefit from further analysis and discussion regarding their function in knowledge reproduction, and their role in (...)
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