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"Green with envy": affects and gut feelings as an affirmative, immanent, and trans-corporeal critique of new motivational data visualizations

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"Green with envy" : affects and gut feelings as an affirmative, immanent, and trans-corporeal critique of new motivational data visualizations. / Staunæs, Dorthe.

In: International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Vol. 31, No. 5, 2018, p. 409-421.

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title = "{"}Green with envy{"}: affects and gut feelings as an affirmative, immanent, and trans-corporeal critique of new motivational data visualizations",
abstract = "In recent educational reforms, policy papers present students{\textquoteright} desire andmotivation for learning as decisive issues. The documents indicate thatmotivation has become a crucial issue for governmental intervention andresults in a number of motivational technologies. Envy, once perceivedas a mortal sin, is shown as integral of the ambiguous affective economyfollowing the wake of the motivational technologies used to translate theDanish school reform of 2014 into everyday class rooms. Grasping andfollowing the invidious complex as performative effects of the intra-action ofpolicy, motivational technologies, and student bodies is a way of researchingthe implementation of a reform beyond the already designed tales of thereform. The point of formulating envy as an affirmative critique is not todebunk visual devices or motivational technologies. Rather, it is to provide amore complex understanding of, and the possible consequences of, certainways of reforming learning and motivation, and to show how affects and gutfeelings are both a motivating force and a disruptive one, that can generatean immanent and hopeful critique.",
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