Education as Enforcement: The Militarization and Corporatization of Schools [NOOK Book]

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The first volume to focus on the intersections of militarization, corporations, and education, Education as Enforcement exposes the many ways schooling has become the means through which the expansion of global corporate power are enforced.

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Overview

The first volume to focus on the intersections of militarization, corporations, and education, Education as Enforcement exposes the many ways schooling has become the means through which the expansion of global corporate power are enforced.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203843222
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 9/2/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 336
  • File size: 751 KB

Table of Contents

Foreword

Governing Through Crime and the Pedagogy of Punishment, HENRY A. GIROUX

Introduction to the Second Edition, Kenneth J. Saltman & David A. Gabbard

Introduction to the First Edition, Kenneth J. Saltman

1. The Function of Schools: Subtler and Cruder Methods of Control, NOAM CHOMSKY




2. Rivers of Fire: BPAmaco’s impact on Education, KENNETH J. SALTMAN and ROBIN TRUTH GOODMAN




3. Education IS Enforcement: The Centrality of Compulsory Schooling in Market Societies, DAVID A. GABBARD




4. Cracking Down: Chicago School Policy and the Regulation of Black and Latino Youth, PAULINE LIPMAN




5. Facing Oppression: Youth Voices from the Front, PEPI LEISTYNA




6. Tased and Confused: From Social Exclusion to Shock in the War on Youth, CHRISTOPHER G. ROBBINS




7. Freedom for Some, Discipline for "Others": The Structure of Inequity in Education, ENORA R. BROWN




8. Forceful Hegemony: A Warning and a Solution for Indian Country, FOUR ARROWS




9. From Abstraction and Militarization of Language Education to Society for Language Education: Lessons from Daisaku Ikeda and Tsunesaburo Makiguchi, JASON GOULAH




10. The Proliferation of JROTC: Educational Reform or Militarization, MARVIN J. BERLOWITZ and NATHAN A. LONG




11. Combat Girls: What Single-Sex Classrooms Have To Do With the Militarization of Women’s Bodies, ROBIN TRUTH GOODMAN




12. Education for War in Israel: Preparing Children to Accept War as a Natural Factor of Life, HAGGITH GOR




13. Post-Columbine Reflections on Youth Violence as a (Trans)National Movement, JULIE WEBBER




14. Imprisoning Minds: The Violence of Neoliberal Education or "I Am Not For Sale", SHEILA LANDERS MACRINE




15. Taking Command: The Pathology of Identity and Agency in Predatory Culture, RON SCAPP




16. Commentary on the Rhetoric of Reform: A Twenty Year Retrospective, SANDRA JACKSON




17. Securing the Corporate State: Education, Economism, and Crisis in the Age of Obama, ALEX MEANS




18. Controlling Images: Surveillance, Spectacle, and High-Stakes Testing as Social Control, KEVIN D. VINSON, E. WAYNE ROSS, and JOHN F. WELSH




19. The Politics of Compulsory Patriotism: On the Educational Meanings of September 11, MICHAEL APPLE

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