Taubman offers an alternative to resistance theory through Lacanian psychoanalysis and Lacan's concept of jouissance - a term associated with intense pleasure. Through this perspective, it is important to understand why children resist on an individual level. An appreciation of the jouissance in schools would work against the impulse to domesticate, to control or to appropriate the subjectivities of students and children.
Taubman, P. (2005). The Pleasure of Resistance: Jouissance and Reconceiving "Misbehavior". Occasional Paper Series, 2005 (14). Retrieved from http://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2005/iss14/6