"Aesthetic Conflict and the Evolution of a Riot" is a hermeneutic and psychological field theory analysis of a series of events that Brady-Whitcanack chanced upon during her doctoral studies.
Fort Madison, Iowa (PRWEB) June 05, 2013
After a shocking realization during a doctoral class that challenged her understanding of higher education, author B. Marie Brady-Whitcanack felt compelled to share her journey for truth utilizing the Jungian field pattern analysis method of reason to track the paradigm shift in traditional education. She now shares her findings in “Aesthetic Conflict and the Evolution of a Riot: Impact of Dewey's Global Movement and the Rise and Fall of a Tradition in Higher Education” (published by AuthorHouse).
Housed within “Aesthetic Conflict and the Evolution of a Riot” is a hermeneutic and psychological field theory analysis of a series of events that Brady-Whitcanack chanced upon during her doctoral studies. Her study looks at the series of conflicts and riots that occurred at Iowa State University in 2004 and the challenges to the educational curriculum that she believes needs to take place to guarantee they will not happen again.
“I hope readers will not only consider the challenge to a traditional field of study that promoted families and communities as the corner stone of societies, but, reconsider the loss of this discipline and a potential for continued disintegration of society,” says the author.
“Aesthetic Conflict and the Evolution of a Riot”
By B. Marie Brady-Whitcanack
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 244 pages | ISBN 9781456735562
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 244 pages | ISBN 9781456735616
E-Book | 244 pages | ISBN 9781456735609
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Marie BradyWhitcanack is an adjunct professor of philosophy, psychology and political science. In addition to published academic research, Brady-Whitcanack is an accomplished fine artist who has studied in numerous European nations. Other areas of research include community development centered around aesthetics and creativity, aesthetic psychology and law enforcement. Brady-Whitcanack and her husband, Lex, live in Fort Madison, Iowa. She has written two other books, “Tosha’s Tea Party” (an illustrated children’s coloring book) and “Aesthetic Cognition and Symbolism: A Case Study of Fort Madison, Iowa - A Village of Arts and Restoration in a City of Spires and Nauvoo, Illinois - A City Beautiful.”
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