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Critical pedagogy in the twenty-first century

Curry Malott

Critical pedagogy in the twenty-first century

a new generation of scholars

by Curry Malott

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Published by Information Age Pub. in Charlotte, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Critical pedagogy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Curry Stephenson Malott and Bradley Porfilio
    SeriesCritical constructions: studies on education and society, Critical constructions
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC196 .C7568 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxviii, 549 p. :
    Number of Pages549
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24852545M
    ISBN 101617353302, 1617353310, 1617353329, 1617354066, 1617354074, 1617354058
    ISBN 109781617353307, 9781617353314, 9781617353321, 9781617354069, 9781617354076, 9781617354052
    LC Control Number2011005763
    OCLC/WorldCa701622880

    Contents: Henry Giroux: Rethinking the Promise of Critical Pedagogy: A Foreword – Maria Nikolakaki: Critical Pedagogy in the New Dark Ages: Challenges and Possibilities: An Introduction – Slavoj Žižek: Living in the Time of Monsters – Paulo Freire: On the Right and the Duty to Change the World – Noam Chomsky: Democracy and Education – Cornelius Castoriadis: . Critical Pedagogy:Where are we now? Foreword Part 1: Where Are We Now? Chapter 1 Critical pedagogy in the twenty-first century: Evolution for survival Joe L. Kincheloe Chapter 2 The Future of the Past: Reflections on the Present State of Empire Peter McLaren Part 2: The Theoretical Dimensions of Critical Pedagogy Chapter 3 Neoliberal Non-sense Pepi Leistyna Chapter 4 .   It is difficult to escape the words “school crisis” in contemporary French studies. With The Pedagogical Imagination: The Republican Legacy in Twenty-First-Century French Literature and Film, Leon Sachs draws from pedagogical discourses since the Third Republic as well as literary theory, particularly New Formalism, to emphasize “questions of language . Youth Culture and Pedagogy in the Twenty-First Century This series critically investigates and informs the construction of identity through the study of various forms of contemporary media, and will expand the notions of critical media literacy and its implications for multiple understandings of culture and youth.


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