Deconstruction Essay Topics

Jacques Derrida and His Deconstruction

Deconstruction has been one of the most intriguing concepts in philosophy, with its definite meaning still being pursued at least in terms of a philosophical inquiry. Only in the past decade or so has the term been widely used as a part of the wider American language. And when the term deconstruction enters the inquisitive… View Article

Discourse: Ellen Lupton’s Deconstructivist Theory

Key concepts from Ellen Lupton’s A Post-Mortem on Deconstruction? * Deconstruction is part of a broader field of criticism known as “post-structuralism,” whose theorist have included Jacques Derrida, Roland Barthes, Michel Foucault, Jean Baudrillard, among others. Each of these writers has looked at modes of representation – from alphabetic writing to photojournalism – as culturally… View Article

Narrative Therapy

The Narrative Process Coding System illustrates the use of constructivist methods to assess THE TOPICAL and THEMATIC SHIFTS that characterize client accounts of their experience (Angus, Levitt & Hardke, 1999). 1. SYSTEM TOPIC SEGMENTS – Use the dialogue of a transcribed therapy session break it into topic units that are identified through shifts in protagonists… View Article