“If You Wanna Play the Saxophone”: A Review of Troubling Method: Narrative Research as Being by Petra Munro Hendry, Roland W. Mitchell, and Paul William Eaton (2018)

Samuel D. Rocha

Abstract


This review presents a diagnostic and descriptive overview of Troubling Method. The review ends by comparing two parables to the general spirit of the book and, by extension, to the field of curriculum studies. This final comparison, along with its preceding confessions, make an appeal of a humanities driven approach to curriculum theory and scholarship in education.

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