SAGE Handbook of Education for Citizenship and Democracy.

By: Arthur, JamesContributor(s): Davies, Ian | Hahn, CaroleMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: London : SAGE Publications, 2012Description: 1 online resource (592 p.)ISBN: 9781446206775Subject(s): Citizenship - Study and teaching | Citizenship -- Study and teaching | Democracy -- Study and teaching | Democracy and educationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: SAGE Handbook of Education for Citizenship and DemocracyDDC classification: 320.4071 LOC classification: LC189 .S153 2008Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
COVER ; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Introduction; SECTION 1 - Key Ideas Underlying Citizenship Education; 1 Democracy; 2 Rights, Duties and Responsibilities; 3 Civic Education, Social Justice and Critical Race Theory; 4 Philosophical Presuppositions of Citizenship Education and Political Liberalism; 5 Diversity and Citizenship Education in Global Times; 6 Equity and its Relationship to Citizenship Education; 7 Globalization; SECTION 2 - Geographically Based Overviews - Comparative Research; 8 Education for Democratic Citizenship in Australia
9 Reinventing Freire: Exceptional Cases of Citizenship Education in Brazil10 The Struggle for Citizenship Education in Canada: The Centre Cannot Hold; 11 Citizenship Education in China:Changing Concepts, Approaches and Policies in the Changing Political, Economic and Social Context; 12 Education for Citizenship and Democracy: The Case of the Czech Republic; 13 Citizenship Education in India: From Colonial Subjugation to Radical Possibilities; 14 Citizenship Education in Israel: A contested Terrain; 15 Citizenship Education in Japan
16 Citizenship Education in Malawi:Prospects for Global Citizenship17 The Changing Face of Citizenship Education in Pakistan; 18 From Subjects to Citizens:Citizenship Education in Palestine; 19 Citizenship Education in the United Kingdom; 20 Education for Citizenship and Democracy in the United States; SECTION 3 - Key Perspectives; 21 Key Perspectives, Traditions and Disciplines: Overview; 22 Religion, Citizenship and Hope: Civic Virtues and Education about Muslim Traditions; 23 Christianity, Citizenship and Democracy; 24 Feminism and Gender in Education for Citizenship and Democracy
25 Antiracism26 Sustainable Development; 27 History; 28 Literacy; SECTION 4 - Characterizations and Forms; 29 Political Literacy ; 30 Community Involvement, Civic Engagement and Service Learning; 31 Educating for Civic Character; 32 Democratic Schools: Towards a Definition; 33 Multicultural Citizenship Education; 34 Peace and Conflict Education; 35 Human Rights Education: The Foundation of Education for Democratic Citizenship in our Global Age; 36 Global Education; SECTION 5 - Pedagogy; 37 The Citizenship Curriculum: Ideology, Content and Organization
38 Organizing a Curriculum for Active Citizenship Education39 Discussion of Controversial Issues as a Form and Goal of Democratic Education; 40 Citizenship Education, Pedagogy and School Contexts; 41 A Justice-Oriented Citizenship Education: Making Community Curricular; 42 Assessing Citizenship Education; Index
Summary: This handbook brings together new work by some of the leading authorities on citizenship education, and is divided into five sections. The first section deals with key ideas about citizenship education including democracy, rights, globalization and equity. Section two contains a wide range of national case studies of citizenship education including African, Asian, Australian, European and North and South American examples. The third section focuses on perspectives about citizenship education with discussions about key areas such as sustainable development, anti-racism, gender. Section four
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COVER ; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Introduction; SECTION 1 - Key Ideas Underlying Citizenship Education; 1 Democracy; 2 Rights, Duties and Responsibilities; 3 Civic Education, Social Justice and Critical Race Theory; 4 Philosophical Presuppositions of Citizenship Education and Political Liberalism; 5 Diversity and Citizenship Education in Global Times; 6 Equity and its Relationship to Citizenship Education; 7 Globalization; SECTION 2 - Geographically Based Overviews - Comparative Research; 8 Education for Democratic Citizenship in Australia

9 Reinventing Freire: Exceptional Cases of Citizenship Education in Brazil10 The Struggle for Citizenship Education in Canada: The Centre Cannot Hold; 11 Citizenship Education in China:Changing Concepts, Approaches and Policies in the Changing Political, Economic and Social Context; 12 Education for Citizenship and Democracy: The Case of the Czech Republic; 13 Citizenship Education in India: From Colonial Subjugation to Radical Possibilities; 14 Citizenship Education in Israel: A contested Terrain; 15 Citizenship Education in Japan

16 Citizenship Education in Malawi:Prospects for Global Citizenship17 The Changing Face of Citizenship Education in Pakistan; 18 From Subjects to Citizens:Citizenship Education in Palestine; 19 Citizenship Education in the United Kingdom; 20 Education for Citizenship and Democracy in the United States; SECTION 3 - Key Perspectives; 21 Key Perspectives, Traditions and Disciplines: Overview; 22 Religion, Citizenship and Hope: Civic Virtues and Education about Muslim Traditions; 23 Christianity, Citizenship and Democracy; 24 Feminism and Gender in Education for Citizenship and Democracy

25 Antiracism26 Sustainable Development; 27 History; 28 Literacy; SECTION 4 - Characterizations and Forms; 29 Political Literacy ; 30 Community Involvement, Civic Engagement and Service Learning; 31 Educating for Civic Character; 32 Democratic Schools: Towards a Definition; 33 Multicultural Citizenship Education; 34 Peace and Conflict Education; 35 Human Rights Education: The Foundation of Education for Democratic Citizenship in our Global Age; 36 Global Education; SECTION 5 - Pedagogy; 37 The Citizenship Curriculum: Ideology, Content and Organization

38 Organizing a Curriculum for Active Citizenship Education39 Discussion of Controversial Issues as a Form and Goal of Democratic Education; 40 Citizenship Education, Pedagogy and School Contexts; 41 A Justice-Oriented Citizenship Education: Making Community Curricular; 42 Assessing Citizenship Education; Index

This handbook brings together new work by some of the leading authorities on citizenship education, and is divided into five sections. The first section deals with key ideas about citizenship education including democracy, rights, globalization and equity. Section two contains a wide range of national case studies of citizenship education including African, Asian, Australian, European and North and South American examples. The third section focuses on perspectives about citizenship education with discussions about key areas such as sustainable development, anti-racism, gender. Section four

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