The state and the politics of knowledge /
Michael W. Apple has assembled established and emerging scholars to show how political institutions regulate knowledge and legitimate certain versions of culture.
|Published:||New York ; London : RoutledgeFalmer, 2003.|
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Table of Contents:
- 1. The State and the Politics of Knowledge / Michael W. Apple
- 2. Becoming Right: Education and the Formation of Conservative Movements / Michael W. Apple and Anita Oliver
- 3. Reading Polynesian Barbie: Iterations of Race, Nation, and State / Hannah Tavares
- 4. Rethinking the Education-State Formation Connection: The State, Cultural Struggles, and Changing the School / Ting-Hong Wong and Michael W. Apple
- 5. What Happened to Social-Democratic Progressivism in Scandinavia? Restructuring Education in Sweden and Norway in the 1990s / Petter Aasen
- 6. Schooling, Work, and Subjectivity / Misook Kim Cho and Michael W. Apple
- 7. Democracy, Technology, and Curriculum: Lessons from the Critical Practices of Korean Teachers / Youl-Kwan Sung and Michael W. Apple
- 8. Educating the State, Democratizing Knowledge: The Citizen School Project in Porto Alegre, Brazil / Luis Armando Gandin and Michael W. Apple
- 9. Afterword / Michael W. Apple
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