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Giroux and Simon have not attempted to discuss how this might be accomplished. About the Series Routledge Research in Education This series aims to present the latest research from right across the field of education. In so doing, it provides compelling evidence about the complexity, politics, and multidimensionality of adult teaching and learning. Freire argued that this approach would allow the roles of students and teachers to become less formal, both would engage in a problem-solving journey to gather knowledge from each other. Popular culture as a pedagogy of pleasure and meaning.

And because of this initial misunderstanding, the method itself is a system of oppression and control.

One aspect of this compilation that I find intriguing is the passion and commitment of the chapter authors. This volume moves beyond conceptually oriented scholarship, taking a decidedly research-oriented focus. They are themselves consumers of entertainment media and some are devoted fans. These scholars are not detached observers.

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Humans as objects have no autonomy and therefore no ability to rationalize and conceptualize knowledge at a personal level. Freire claimed that by assuming the roles of teachers as depositors and students as receptors, the banking concept thereby changes humans into objects. Subjects Description The integration of popular culture into education is a pervasive theme at all educational levels and in all subject areas. Its fundamental premise is that adults learn in multiple ways, including through their consumption of fiction. But without such effective individualization and critical empowerment, education risks becoming merely the acceptance of doctrine.