|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.67(d)|
Table of Contents
Contents: R.A. Martusewicz, W.A. Reynolds, Introduction: Turning the Study of Education Inside/Out. E.K. Berggren, Deconstruction and Nothingness: Some Cross-Cultural Lessons on Teaching Comparative World Civilization. A. Berlak, Antiracist Pedagogy in a College Classroom: Mutual Recognition and a Logic of Paradox. A.A. Block, Marxism and Education. C.E. Bruckerhoff, School Routines and the Failure of Curriculum Reform. E. Ellsworth, Representation, Self-Representation, and the Meanings of Difference: Questions for Educators. J.M. Gore, Enticing Challenges: An Introduction to Foucault and Educational Discourses. J.G.A. Grinberg, From the Margin to the Center: Teachers' Emerging Voices Through Inquiry. N. Lesko, The Social Construction of "The Problem of Teenage Pregnancy." A. Martel, L. Peterat, Margins of Exclusion, Margins of Transformation: The Place of Women in Education. R.A. Martusewicz, Guardians of Childhood. M. McCormack, Margaret A. Haley, 1861-1939, A Timeless Mentor for Teachers as Leaders. J.L. Miller, Solitary Spaces: Women, Teaching, and Curriculum. W.M. Reynolds, A.A. Block, Curriculum as Making Do. W.M. Reynolds, R.A. Martusewicz, The Practice of Freedom: A Historical Analysis of Critical Perspectives in the Social Foundations. C.E. Sleeter, Resisting Racial Awareness: How Teachers Understand the Social Order From Their Racial, Gender, and Social Class Locations. W.B. Stanley, J.L. Nelson, The Foundations of Social Education in Historical Context. Epilogue: Toward Horizons of Hope.