Yearbook Discourse In/Ex-Clusion: Excavating Identity and Memory
The authors present a recall of yearbook signings and its relationship with curriculum. It is stated that written messages in yearbooks are artifacts that speak to a person's participation/resistance within discourses. It is also their opinion that the yearbook excavation experience gave access to a hidden curriculum, a social discourse and a social pedagogy.
Freedman, Debra M.; Snow-Gerono, Jennifer L.; Slonaker, Anne L.; Gonzalez, Rene Antrop; Duo, Pey-chewn; and Huang, Hsiu-Ping. (2006). "Yearbook Discourse In/Ex-Clusion: Excavating Identity and Memory". Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 22(4), 123-134.
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