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The Black Box Of Schooling

Author: Sjaak Braster
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9789052017600
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This book is about the classroom, the most important meeting place for teachers and pupils in an education building. Our knowledge, however, about what happens inside this space is limited. In many respects the classroom is still the black box of the educational system.<BR> To open up this box, this volume brings together scholars from the disciplines of Art, Architecture, History, Pedagogy and Sociology. They present a wide variety of new perspectives, methodologies and sources for studying classrooms.<BR> The book examines images and representations of classrooms (photographs, paintings and pictures on school walls), writings and documents inside the classroom (school exercise books, teachers' log books and observer reports), memories and personal experiences of classrooms (egodocuments from teachers and pupils, and oral history interviews), the space and design of classrooms (architecture, school murals and the transformation of space), and material objects in the classroom (school furniture, primers for reading and school wall charts). The essays are illustrated with a unique collection of more than fifty photographs of classrooms in Europe.

Identity And Education

Author: Janet Parr
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd
ISBN: 9781840149975
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Why do mature women return to education? On the face of it, the answer would seem obvious - to gain qualifications which they had not acquired in their earlier learning. However their return to learning seems to be much more than just about paper qualifications. This book describes the experiences of a number of mature women students who return to learning some time after their compulsory schooling. It looks at the links which the women make between their life stories and their return to education. In particular, it focuses upon a number of women who talk of painful experiences either past or current in their lives - experiences such as manipulative and controlling parents, psychological, physical and sexual abuse, an alcoholic parent, the death of a child or other family members and other difficult life events. These experiences have had a considerable and often ongoing effect on the women's lives and their return to education seems to be much more than just about paper qualifications. For example, the women talked of confidence, status, proving ability, self respect and independence and what emerged very clearly from their stories was the desire to have some power and control over the way in which their identity was defined. The book breaks new ground in that it makes clear links between the women's return to education, their past, often very painful experiences and identity. Sometimes the women make very clear connections, but at other times the connections are less explicit, though nevertheless powerful. This is an new area which will contribute to the growing literature on women returners. It will be of interest to lecturers and researchers in many disciplines and will raise awareness of some of the unexpressed reasons for women returning to education.

Pedagogy Of Freedom

Author: Paulo Freire
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1461640652
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This book displays the striking creativity and profound insight that characterized Freire's work to the very end of his life-an uplifting and provocative exploration not only for educators, but also for all that learn and live.

The Middle East

Author: Gary S. Gregg
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195346756
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For over a decade the Middle East has monopolized news headlines in the West. Journalists and commentators regularly speculate that the region's turmoil may stem from the psychological momentum of its cultural traditions or of a "tribal" or "fatalistic" mentality. Yet few studies of the region's cultural psychology have provided a critical synthesis of psychological research on Middle Eastern societies. Drawing on autobiographies, literary works, ethnographic accounts, and life-history interviews, The Middle East: A Cultural Psychology, offers the first comprehensive summary of psychological writings on the region, reviewing works by psychologists, anthropologists, and sociologists that have been written in English, Arabic, and French. Rejecting stereotypical descriptions of the "Arab mind" or "Muslim mentality,' Gary Gregg adopts a life-span- development framework, examining influences on development in infancy, early childhood, late childhood, and adolescence as well as on identity formation in early and mature adulthood. He views patterns of development in the context of recent work in cultural psychology, and compares Middle Eastern patterns less with Western middle class norms than with those described for the region's neighbors: Hindu India, sub-Saharan Africa, and the Mediterranean shore of Europe. The research presented in this volume overwhelmingly suggests that the region's strife stems much less from a stubborn adherence to tradition and resistance to modernity than from widespread frustration with broken promises of modernization--with the slow and halting pace of economic progress and democratization. A sophisticated account of the Middle East's cultural psychology, The Middle East provides students, researchers, policy-makers, and all those interested in the culture and psychology of the region with invaluable insight into the lives, families, and social relationships of Middle Easterners as they struggle to reconcile the lure of Westernized life-styles with traditional values.

National Identity

Author: Anthony D. Smith
Publisher: University of Nevada Press
ISBN: 9780874172041
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Table of Contents Introduction Ch. 1 National and Other Identities 1 Ch. 2 The Ethnic Basis of National Identity 19 Ch. 3 The rise of Nations 43 Ch. 4 Nationalism and Cultural Identity 71 Ch. 5 Nations by Design? 99 Ch. 6 Separatism and Multi-nationalism 123 Ch. 7 Beyond National Identity? 143 Notes 179 Bibliography 199 Index 221.

Investigating Language

Author: Ronald Wardhaugh
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN: 9780631187547
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This book is intended for anyone with a serious interest in language, but particularly for students taking introductory courses in language and linguistics. It is not a catalogue of facts and theories but a book about ideas and issues. Rather than summarize the range of research being conducted in linguistics today, it explores a number of the fundamental key questions which concern linguists, they are treated in way that is as accessible as possible. The book includes a glossary of technical terms and a chapter outlining the way language is described in generative grammar.

Pedagogy Of The Oppressed

Author: Paulo Freire
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1501314149
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First published in Portuguese in 1968, Pedagogy of the Oppressed was translated and published in English in 1970. Paulo Freire's work has helped to empower countless people throughout the world and has taken on special urgency in the United States and Western Europe, where the creation of a permanent underclass among the underprivileged and minorities in cities and urban centers is ongoing. This 50th anniversary edition includes an updated introduction by Donaldo Macedo, a new afterword by Ira Shor and interviews with Marina Aparicio Barberán, Noam Chomsky, Ramón Flecha, Gustavo Fischman, Ronald David Glass, Valerie Kinloch, Peter Mayo, Peter McLaren and Margo Okazawa-Rey to inspire a new generation of educators, students, and general readers for years to come.

Urbanisation And Education

Author: M.L. Narasaiah
Publisher: Discovery Publishing House
ISBN: 9788183560771
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The world s cities are growing far faster than its population. Indeed, aside from the growth of population itself, urbanisation is the dominant demographic trend of the half-century now ending. In 1950, 750 million of the world s people lived in cities. By 1966, this had at least tripled, to more than 2.6 billion. The number projected to live in cities by 2050, some 6.5 billion people, exceeds world population today. Contents: Urbanisation and the Environment, Urbanisation and Globalisation, Population Growth and Urbanisation, In Defence of the City Urban Development a Key for Survival, Urbanisation in India and Limitations, Land Tenure: Securing Land for the Urban Poor, Towards Healthy Cities, Sustainable Cities, Living with Leviathan, Cities at the Forefront, Cities Residents to the Rescue, City Politics: A Voice for the Poor, For a Broader Approach to Education, Promotion of Higher Education in Research, Population Growth and Education, Private Education: The Poor s Best Chance?, Will Education: The Poor s Best Chance?, Will Education Go To Market?, Shaking in Ivory Tower, Wiring up the Ivory Towers, Management Training in India, Wanted: A New Deal for the Universities, Corporate Ambitions in Education, Violence in Schools: A World Wide Affair, Beyond Economics, Technological Entrepreneurship: The New Force for Economic Growth, Employment and Poverty Alleviation, Water: An Educational and Informative Approach, Resistance to Change: Why Poverty Reduction Programmes did not Work, Unemployment in the Poor and Rich Worlds: Different Causes, but Converging Policies?, Solving the Unemployment Problem by Looking Beyond the Job, Policy Researchers and Policy Makers: Never the Twain Shall Meet?, The Dematerialisation of the World Economy, A New World Order for Whom?

Historia Patria

Author: Carolyn P. Boyd
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691026565
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Based on a broad range of archival and published sources, including parliamentary and ministerial records, pedagogical treatises and journals, teachers' manuals, memoirs, and a sample of over 200 primary and secondary school textbooks, the study examines ideological and political conflict among groups of elites seeking to shape popular understanding of national history and identity through the schools, both public and private.