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Shiba Bagale
M.Phil in Development Studies
First Semester
Sociology of Education
KUSOED,2014
Habermas Interests
Kathmandu ...
Presentation Synopsis
 Brief introduction of Habermas
 Main Contribution
 Three different interests
 Technical Interes...
Brief Introduction of Habermas
 Born in 1929, Dussldorf, Germany
 Grew up during Nazi regime and
World War II
 Sociolog...
Main contribution
• Significant Publications
– Communication and the Evolution of Society (1962)
– Knowledge and Human Int...
Habermas Interests- Cognitive
interest
 Technical Interests
 Practical Interests
 Emancipatory Interests
The theory inf...
Technical Interests
 objective reality
 represents humans’ interactions with the
physical world
 reflects purposeful in...
Practical Interests
 Organizational interests
 represents humans’ social world
 reflect the dynamic aspects of knowledg...
Emancipatory Interests
 Personal interests
 reality is subject to self-reflection
 exists a subjective reality
 repres...
HABERMAS’S KNOWLEDGE
ANALYTICAL
Empirical
HERMENEUTIC
CRITICAL
Historical
Emancipatory
Knowledge Interests
Type of
knowing...
Application of Habermas theory
Knowledge/i
nterests
Structure
s
Curriculum Methodology
Analytical–
empirical
Curriculum
(c...
Application in quality of education
 Technical interests: Students are materials, which
can be value-added and teachers a...
Habermas Interests in the context of
Nepal
 Technical interests- teaching strategy at
KU(mostly powerpoint), CTEVT
 Prac...
Major Critiques
 Are there really three totally different kinds of
science, or can we combine elements from all of
them?
...
Conclusions
 Habermas interests guides the people to know the
peoples interests and helps to interact with each
other
 E...
References
Habermas, Jurgen (1972) Knowledge and Human Interests. trans.
Jeremy J. Shapiro.London: Heineman
Habermas, J. (...
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  1. 1. Shiba Bagale M.Phil in Development Studies First Semester Sociology of Education KUSOED,2014 Habermas Interests Kathmandu University, School of Education 6/21/2014Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil
  2. 2. Presentation Synopsis  Brief introduction of Habermas  Main Contribution  Three different interests  Technical Interests  Practical Interests  Emancipatory Interests  Application of Habermas theory  Habermas interests in the context of Nepal  Major critiques  Conclusions  References Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil2 6/21/2014
  3. 3. Brief Introduction of Habermas  Born in 1929, Dussldorf, Germany  Grew up during Nazi regime and World War II  Sociologist and philosopher  Was the young member of Frankfrut School  Influenced by works of Marx,Weber  Theory of cognitive interests and communicative action are the main (Murphy,2013) 1929 - Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil 36/21/2014
  4. 4. Main contribution • Significant Publications – Communication and the Evolution of Society (1962) – Knowledge and Human Interests (1968) – The Theory of Communicative Action(Volume 1, 1981;Volume 2, 1984) – The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity (1987a) – For detail http://www.goodreads.com/author/list/31386.J_r gen_Habermas?page=5&per_page=30 Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil 4 6/21/2014
  5. 5. Habermas Interests- Cognitive interest  Technical Interests  Practical Interests  Emancipatory Interests The theory influences how knowledge is constructed. Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil 56/21/2014
  6. 6. Technical Interests  objective reality  represents humans’ interactions with the physical world  reflects purposeful intervention or “work” by humans  Instrumental rationality  Research paradigm: Positivism Zining and Sheffield(2006)  Rationally goal directed(Hebarmas, 1974) Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil 66/21/2014
  7. 7. Practical Interests  Organizational interests  represents humans’ social world  reflect the dynamic aspects of knowledge management research  subject to interpretation of meaning  Research paradigm: Interpretivism Zining and Sheffield(2006)  merely makes a methodological discipline of the everyday communicative experience of understanding oneself and others(Habermas,1972, p.163) Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil 76/21/2014
  8. 8. Emancipatory Interests  Personal interests  reality is subject to self-reflection  exists a subjective reality  represents each human’s personal world  Communicative reality  Research paradigm: critical pluralism Zining and Sheffield(2006)  Human emancipation 'from the constraints of unnecessary domination in all its forms(Habermas,1975, xviii) Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil 86/21/2014
  9. 9. HABERMAS’S KNOWLEDGE ANALYTICAL Empirical HERMENEUTIC CRITICAL Historical Emancipatory Knowledge Interests Type of knowing Knowing that Knowing how Knowing why Terrry, 1997 Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil9 6/21/2014
  10. 10. Application of Habermas theory Knowledge/i nterests Structure s Curriculum Methodology Analytical– empirical Curriculum (content) Natural sciences/mat hematics Traditional Hermeneutic –historical Methodolo gy (praxis) Social sciences/hum anities Progressive Critical– emancipator y Policy ? (negotiate the content) Fusion Terrry, 1997Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil 106/21/2014
  11. 11. Application in quality of education  Technical interests: Students are materials, which can be value-added and teachers are workers, who can be benchmarked  Practical Interests: Teachers are transformative intellectuals working for the betterment of the status quo and the coming generation and Students are potentials to be excel  Emancipatory interests: Teachers and students are in professional-client relationships, which are bonded by empathetic understanding and trust Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil11 6/21/2014
  12. 12. Habermas Interests in the context of Nepal  Technical interests- teaching strategy at KU(mostly powerpoint), CTEVT  Practical interests- some practical courses, more technical less practical ( teaching practice, internship)  Emancipatory interests- how the children are emancipated? Still lacking  Thus the practical and emancipatory interests of Habermas fails to address the education system of Nepal Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil12 6/21/2014
  13. 13. Major Critiques  Are there really three totally different kinds of science, or can we combine elements from all of them?  Technical knowledge not only the form of knowledge  A dominant minority can shape cultural practices through economic and political control  Interaction is an important dimension, but Habermas runs the risk of reducing it to communicative action only, itself exclusively a matter of social norms.  Reality determines the shape of science not only by pragmatic interests. Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil13 6/21/2014
  14. 14. Conclusions  Habermas interests guides the people to know the peoples interests and helps to interact with each other  Emphasize communication (both linguistic and symbolic) from manipulation for strategic ends  But in the context of Nepal, only technical education is in the focus and lacking the aspects of practical and emancipatory interests. Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil 146/21/2014
  15. 15. References Habermas, Jurgen (1972) Knowledge and Human Interests. trans. Jeremy J. Shapiro.London: Heineman Habermas, J. (1974). Theory and practice. Boston: Bacon Press. Retrieved from http://isites.harvard.edu/fs/docs/icb.topic1318815.files/Habermas%2 0Theory%20Practice.pdf Habermas,J. (1975) Legitimation Crisis. trans. Thomas McCarthy. Boston: Beacon Press. Murhy, M. (Ed). (2013). Social theory and eduation research: Understanding Foucault, Habermas, Bourdieu and Derrida. London: Routledge,Taylor and Francis. Terry, P.L.(1997). Hebarmas and Education:Knowledge,communication , discoures. Curriculum Studies. Retrieved from http://inelmen.boun.edu.tr/amr/erol03/philo03/habermas.pdf Zining, G. & Sheffield,J.(2006).Habermasian inquiring system:Toward a general framework for knowledge management research. School of business papers. University of Auckland. Retrieved from https://researchspace.auckland.ac.nz/bitstream/handle/2292/130/1.p df?sequence=1 Habermas Interests:Shiba Bagale,M.Phil 15 For the pictures on slide 3 http://www.google.com.np/imgres?imgurl=http://www.stephenhicks.org/wp- content/uploads/2009/11/hitler-andyouth- full.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.stephenhicks.org/2009/12/18/education-section-14-of-nietzsche-and- the- nazis/&h=353&w=243&tbnid=PdeaSHYO6nU65M:&zoom=1&docid=QrdqhwZQJnwJHM&ei=FE1r U5bnFtOJuATh8oLgCw&tbm=isch 6/21/2014
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