Ideology and Curriculum--with its stress on the dangers of ideological imposition in schools and on the power relations involved in what is taught--serves as a reminder that our educational policies and practices are never neutral. This second edition
contains a new preface in which the author extends the book's arguments and places them in the current conservative context in education and the larger society.
About the Author
Table of ContentsPreface to the first edition Acknowledgements 1: On Analysing Hegemony 2: Ideology and Cultural and Economic Reproduction 3: Economics and Control in Everyday School Life (with Nancy King) 4: Curricular History and Social Control (with Barry Franklin) 5: The Hidden
Curriculum and the Nature of Conflict 6: Systems Management and the Ideology of Control 7: Commonsense categories and the Politics of Labeling 8: Beyond Ideological Reproduction Notes Index
insights for all who are engaged in educational research (Journal of Educational Thought - 12/91)