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Record identifier : 565884
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Hood, Robin June
Title and statement of responsibility : A curriculum of place and respect: Towards an understanding of contemporary Mayan education [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : University of Victoria (Canada, 2001
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , University of Victoria (Canada
Summary or Abstract : Testimonial texts of contemporary Mayan educators are at the heart of this study about K'iche' Mayan education in the highland area of Totonicapan in Guatemala. I use Schrag's (1986) framework of communicative praxis to provide a lens of critical hermeneutics or an informed reading of the filmed and audiotaped testimonies of two contemporary Mayan teachers/ daykeepers . I use communicative praxis to provide a method of interpreting texts as discourse: about something, by someone, and for someone. Each of the texts is interpreted using the following questions: What is occurring in this person's testimony? What is this person's experience being a Mayan educator in contemporary Guatemala? How is that experience disclosed through the text? The first five chapters outline the historical circumstances and describe some of the cultural practices and traditions within which the teachings of the Mayan educators are rooted. This portion of the dissertation is based on an action research project which I coordinated in 1996. The themes of place and respect arose from interviews I conducted with 15 educators and provide the background for an informed reading of the two texts of the Mayan elders..
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