Critical Education in the New Information Age
Essays by some of the world's leading educators provide a revolutionary portrait of new ideas and developments in education that can influence the possibility of social and political change. The authors take into account such diverse terrain as feminism, ecology, media, and individual liberty in their pursuit of new ideas that can inform the fundamental practice of education and promote a more humane civil society. The book consolidates recent thinking just as it reflects on emerging new lines of critical theory.
- Paperback | 184 pages
- 148.8 x 227.8 x 14mm | 272.16g
- 01 Feb 1999
- ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD
- Lanham, MD, United States
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01 Feb 1999
This book brings together a diverse range of papers, all of which are worthy in their own right. -- Gary Pattison Network--Newsletter Of The British Sociological Assn., No.74 A useful collection of articles by some of the most important representatives of 'Critical Pedagogy' ... a valuable source that I would recommend to others to read. -- Paula Allman, University of Nottingham Studies In The Education Of Adults Could well become a classic piece. -- Ralph T. Mason Journal Of Educational Thought(Jet) A clear analysis of the present informational society in which the ability to select and acquire new information is crucial, and the critical perspective needed to create educational proposals that will help move society toward values of equality and solidarity. -- MSG Harvard Educational Review
About Manuel Castells
The authors are among the worldOs most influential educators. They live and teach in the UK, Europe, and the Americas.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction: Traumatizing Capital: Pedagogy, Politics, and Praxis in the Global Marketplace Chapter 2 Flows, Networks, and Identities: A Critical Theory of the Informational Society Chapter 3 New Educational Inequalities Chapter 4 Education and Community Involvement Chapter 5 Border Youth, Difference, and Postmodern Education Chapter 6 Our Common Culture: A Poisonous Pedagogy Chapter 7 Labour Power, Culture and the Cultural Commodity