Transformative Education for Regeneration and Wellbeing: A Critical Systemic Approach to Support Multispecies Relationships and Pathways to Sustainable Environments

Janet J. McIntyre-Mills (Editor), Yvonne Corcoran-Nantes (Editor)

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Abstract


This book considers the meaning of transformative education and makes a case for a new form of thinking and practice to support social, economic and environmental re-generation that is relational in terms of its axiology. We need to consider the many social, political, cultural, biological, economic and environmental relationships that come into play when engaging in transformative thinking and practice. The volume makes an important contribution to critical , systemic thinking and practice by drawing on and extending the work of Freire and Foucault by adding a more explicitly gendered and multispecies focus that responds to the big issues of the day, namely poverty, climate change, displacement of species, hunger, pandemics and the digital divide.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSingapore
PublisherSpringer-Nature
Number of pages526
ISBN (Electronic)9789811932588
ISBN (Print)9789811932571
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

Publication series

NameContemporary Systems Thinking (CST)
PublisherSpringerLink

Keywords

  • Critical Relationships
  • Systemic Relationships
  • Multispecies Relationship
  • Educational Praxis
  • Social and Environmental Justice
  • Systemic Praxis

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