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Are We All Postmodernists Now?

James M. Kauffman
Behavioral Disorders
Vol. 23, No. 3, Special Issue: Postmodernism and Behavioral Disorders (May 1998), pp. 149-152
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23888711
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Abstract

The term postmodernism is impossible to define in the general case; it can be interpreted only with reference to specific fields of work or study. Even when referring to special education or behavioral disorders, however, people are free to define virtually anything they wish as postmodern. Because postmodernism is a vague concept and a pervasive contemporary movement, we all may be, in some sense, postmodernists.

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