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Time to let go? The difficulties of simple conclusions from attachment theory. (2019)
Journal Article
Serning, N. (2019). Time to let go? The difficulties of simple conclusions from attachment theory

This article questions the usefulness of attachment theory in educational contexts, and also queries its scientific validity more general. It argues for a more clear stance on behaviour management and exclusions in the classroom.

Nietzschean modes of gender construction in a post-feminist age (2016)
Journal Article
Serning, N., & Lyon, N. (2016). Nietzschean modes of gender construction in a post-feminist age. Self and Society, 44(3), 204-214. https://doi.org/10.1080/03060497.2016.1227525

An arrogance of certainty besets discourses of gender in today’s culture, and denigrating as well as overly affirming accounts of masculinity leave the individual man at risk of either self-loathing or self-aggrandizing. This article will look at va... Read More about Nietzschean modes of gender construction in a post-feminist age.

Towards the cybernetic mind (2012)
Journal Article
Serning, N. (2012). Towards the cybernetic mind. Existential Analysis, 23(1), 11-18

Humans naturally interface transparently with tools, thus extending through them. Advancing technology has finally produced tools that begin to match our capacities, integrating them more transparently with our minds. We move from tool users towards... Read More about Towards the cybernetic mind.