Just wanted to write-up a note around findings in a space separate from my doctoral thesis, and share this via the blog.
An argument/finding/theory arising from my thesis is embodied activism (EA). The phrase can be found in several contexts, but when applied to trade unionism, and in the context of learning and knowledge production, I am saying this:
A critical pedagogy - like that of the MA ILTUS at Ruskin College - holds a potential to realise sedimented, embodied identity, consciousness and knowledge - and provide a pathway to sustain this through the maintenance of praxis via in/non/formal learning and knowledge production processes subsequently.
This is pretty powerful stuff, I think, and I look forward to writing more about findings as I complete the last stage of the thesis.
I've written in this blog previously about EA, but the thesis findings are much clearer/established now.