Stephen Cowden on the Uses of Freire and Bourdieu

Stephen Cowden

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    Abstract

    Stephen Cowden is originally from Melbourne Australia, but has spent over half his life living in the United Kingdom. He worked as a Social Worker in London for over 10 years and while doing this completed his PhD in Australian Literature at the University of Kent. In 2001 he became a Senior Lecturer in Social Work at Coventry University. He is interested in applying the ideas and concepts of Critical Pedagogy for use in teaching as well as in Social Work practice, and he has also written about issues of ethics within Social Work (Pullen-Sansfacon & Cowden, 2012)
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationActs of Knowing: Critical Pedagogy in, Against and Beyond the University
    EditorsStephen Cowden, Gurnam Singh
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherBloomsbury Academic
    Pages131-144
    ISBN (Print)9781441159755
    Publication statusPublished - 23 May 2013

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    Cowden, S. (2013). Stephen Cowden on the Uses of Freire and Bourdieu. In S. Cowden, & G. Singh (Eds.), Acts of Knowing: Critical Pedagogy in, Against and Beyond the University (pp. 131-144). London: Bloomsbury Academic.