Reflection and critical reflection in management learning

Reynolds, Michael (1998) Reflection and critical reflection in management learning. Management Learning, 29 (2). pp. 183-200. ISSN 1350-5076

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Abstract

There is growing interest in Management Learning literature in a more critical perspective than has usually been the case in either management education or management development. This article contrasts the concept of critical reflection-drawing on the work of critical theorists in adult education-with the more familiar concept of `reflection'. In proposing how the principles of critical reflection might be applied to management education practice, the distinction is made between educational content (the curriculum) and educational process (methods and structures), drawing attention to the need to consider both in the development of a 'critical' management pedagogy.

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Journal Article
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Management Learning
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67212
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15 Oct 2013 13:49
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Yes
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Published
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