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Karl Maton

  • Associate Professor
  • University of Sydney Physical Activity Nutrition and Obesity Research Group
  • 19PublicationsNumber of items in Karl's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 27Followers

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*** See: http://www.legitimationcodetheory.com for papers ***

About

*** http://www.legitimationcodetheory.com *** DO NOT ADD ME AS A CONTACT. I DO NOT UPDATE THIS SITE. SEE THE WEBSITE ABOVE FOR COPIES OF PAPERS ON AND USING LCT. Legitimation Code Theory (LCT) is a development in the study of knowledge and education that is being used to analyse a growing range of practices across increasingly different institutional and national contexts. LCT builds primarily on the sociological approaches of Pierre Bourdieu and Basil Bernstein, and on the philosophical ideas of critical realism. It also integrates insights from Karl Popper, systemic functional linguistics, Foucault, early cultural studies, and others.

Followers (27)

  • Annette Turney

    Annette TurneyUniversity of Wollongong

  • Sandra Martinez

    Sandra Martinez

  • Jason Mizell

    Jason Mizell

  • Dongbing Zhang

    Dongbing ZhangUniversity of Sydney Department of Linguistics

  • Huong Nguyen

    Huong NguyenVietnam National University University of Languages and International Studies

  • Danelle Hess

    Danelle Hess

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Publications (5)

  • Unpopular music: Beliefs and behaviours towards music in education

    • Lamont A
    • Maton K
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  • Canons and Progress in the Arts and Humanities: Knowers and Gazes

    • Maton K
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  • Cumulative and segmented learning: Exploring the role of curriculum structures in knowledge-building

    • Maton K
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  • The adaptation of Chinese international students to online flexible learning: two case studies

    • Chen R
    • Bennett S
    • Maton K
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  • Reading Bernstein, Researching Bernstein

    • Maton K
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Professional experience

Associate Professor

The University of Sydney

January 2007 - Present