Key word "hegemony"

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Danelzik M. (2008) Does Non-dualism Imply an Approach to Power? Non-dualizing Epistemology and the Political. Constructivist Foundations 3(3): 214–220. Fulltext at
Dykstra Jr. D. (2007) The Challenge of Understanding Radical Constructivism. Constructivist Foundations 2(2-3): 50–57. Fulltext at
Keeney B. (2005) Circular Epistemology and the Bushman Shamans: A Kalahari Challenge to the Hegemony of Narrative. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 12(1–2): 75–89.
King M. (1993) The ‘truth’ about autopoiesis. Journal of Law and Society 20(2): 218–236. Fulltext at
Osborne J. (1996) Beyond constructivism. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 80(1): 53–82. Fulltext at
Proulx J., Simmt E. & Towers J. (2009) The enactivist theory of cognition and mathematics education research: Issues of the past, current questions and future directions. In: Tzekaki M., Kaldrimidou M. & Sakonidis H. (eds.) Proceedings of the 33rd conference of the international group for the psychology of mathematics education. Volume 1. P. M. E., Thessaloniki: 249–278. Fulltext at
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