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Doing democracy : striving for political literacy and social justice

Author: Paul R Carr; Darren E Lund
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2008.
Series: Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.), v. 322.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Paul R Carr; Darren E Lund
ISBN: 9780820497457 0820497452 9781433103438 1433103435
OCLC Number: 191732493
Description: xiv, 397 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword / James A. Banks --
Introduction / Darren E. Lund & Paul R. Carr --
Framing the notion of democracy and democratic education --
Resisting neo-liberal global capitalism and its depredations: education for a new democracy / Dave Hill --
From the margins to the mainstream: critical pedagogies and global citizenship --
Education in the era of globalization / Michael O'Sullivan --
Interrogating citizenship and democracy in education: implications for disrupting universal values / Jennifer Tupper --
"Other-ed" pedagogy: the praxis of critical democratic education / Ali Sammel & Gregory Martin --
Can rebelliousness bear democracy? / Reinaldo Matias Fleuri --
Reflections on democratic dissonance and dissidence --
Educators' conceptions of democracy / Jason M.C. Price --
Democracy and difference in education: interconnectedness, identity, and social justice pedagogy / Alexandra Fidyk --
Beyond "open-mindedness:" cultivating critical, reflexive approaches to democratic dialogue / Lisa Karen Taylor --
Secular humanism and education: re-imagining democratic possibilities in a Middle Eastern context / Alireza Asgharzadeh --
Doing democracy and feminism in the classroom: challenging hegemonic practices / Glenda Tibe Bonifacio --
Case studies for understanding democracy in education --
Primary education for girls: mis/interpretation of education for all / Njoke Wane --
The role of science education in fostering democracy: perspectives of future teachers / Sarah E. Barrett & Martina Nieswandt --
Toward a critical economic literacy: preparing learners to be economically literate adults / Mary Frances Agnello & Thomas A. Lucey --
Civic engagement or digital divide? The pedagogical paradoxes of online activism / Karim A. Remtulla --
Teaching about and for democracy --
Teaching and learning democracy in education: articulating democratic --
Citizenship in/through the curriculum / Suzanne Vincent & Jacques Desautels --
Tomorrow's teachers: the challenges of democratic engagement / Patrick Solomon & Beverly-Jean Daniel --
Teaching students to speak up and to listen to others: fostering moral-democratic competencies / Georg Lind --
"Don't teach me what I don't want to know:" fostering democratic literacy / Heidi Huse --
A pedagogy for social justice: critical teaching that goes against the grain / Shazia Shujah --
Afterword / Daniel Schugurensky --
Contributor biographies --
Series Title: Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.), v. 322.
Responsibility: edited by Darren E. Lund and Paul R. Carr.
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"This book is designed to help educators conceptualize, design, and implement democratic education within the context of diversity and social justice in classrooms and schools. It is timely and Read more...

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