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“…Örneğin Pellegrini, Gallop olayı üzerine yaptığı değerlendirmede rızaya dayalı ilişkilerin yasaklanmasının nasıl da pedagojinin dayandığı eleştirel öznellik fikrinin altını oyduğunu çok iyi gösterir. 37 Eleştirel aktörlük ile kastedilen "sınırlamaları ve bağlamları inkâr eden değil, onların içinden geçerek işleyen aktörlüktür." 38 Ona göre, öznenin ilk elden deneyimi ile özneyi (ve onun deneyimini) kuran koşullar arasındaki gerilim, pedagojinin üzerinde işleyeceği çok verimli bir gerilim oluşturmaktadır.…”
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“…This student/professor dynamic appeared to lose its sense of curiosity over time and transition instead perhaps to more overt sexualization of the teacher, fraught with connotations of sexual harassment. However, as Ann Pellegrini (1999) has noted, sexual harassment policies "are no substitute for open, thoughtful, and conscientious discussions about the join of pedagogy and desire, the potential pleasures and potential harms" (p. 624). Perhaps the ritualization of the gay role model idea rendered the student/teacher relationship more defined, obligatory, and rehearsed, an example of the very kinds of role playing that gay activists in the 1970s had tried to overcome.…”
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“…For example, in the area of research on faculty student relationships, he could have cited two important empirical studies of student professor relationships (Bellas and Gossett 2001;Skeen 1983) as well as citing numerous scholarly critiques (Dank and Alberquerque 1998;Dank and Fulda 1998;Hooks 1996;Kincaid 1999Kincaid , 2000McWilliam 1996;Nehring 2001;Olivero 1994;Patai 1998Patai , 2002Pellegrini 1999;Pichaske 1995;Refinetti 2001;Tittle 1998).…”
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