Framing positive behavior support in the ongoing discourse concerning the politics of knowledge

 

Examines the contributions of a progressive form of post-modern social theory to raising substantive issues about the politics of knowledge or the factors that govern decision processes regarding the nature of evidence from research. Basis for the reaction against postmodernism that has appeared in the special education literature; Confusion that occur in reactive positions between postmodernism on the one hand and subjectivism in the production of knowledge on the other.

Link

Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions

Authors

  • J. L. Paul
  • Wayne Sailor

Prevention Level

  • Primary

Audiences

  • Administrators
  • District Contacts
  • PBS Coaches

System Impacts

  • District Team
  • Whole School

Category

  • Systems