By Ann Lieberman (Ed.),Ann Lieberman
By Ann Lieberman (Ed.),Ann Lieberman
By Victoria W. Thoresen,Declan Doyle,Jorgen Klein,Robert J. Didham
Focusing at the demanding situations of the transition to in charge, sustainable life, this e-book examines advancements over the past decade in relation to:
- the production of expertise of shopper citizenship, civic involvement and environmental stewardship
- learn, initiatives and courses on schooling for dependable living
- the production and implementation of suitable instructing equipment and materials
- regulations on schooling for sustainable intake and lifestyles
- international strategies for schooling on sustainable development
The articles care for issues relating to coverage help, institutional ways, educators, kids, and native groups. They draw awareness to winning projects and replicate upon what nonetheless has to be performed. The publication additionally appears to be like on the roles that significant actors akin to PERL (The Partnership for schooling and examine approximately in charge dwelling) play during this process.
By Khen Lampert
By Betty Yung,Kam-por Yu
By Jessica Ringrose
This e-book demanding situations a modern postfeminist sensibility grounded not just in assumptions that gender and sexual equality has been accomplished in lots of Western contexts, yet that feminism has long past ‘too a long way’ with girls and women now overtaking males and boys - situated because the new sufferers of gender modifications. The booklet is the 1st to stipulate and critique how academic discourses have without delay fed into postfeminist anxieties, exploring 3 postfeminist panics over ladies and girlhood that movement generally within the foreign media and pop culture. First it explores how a masculinity main issue over failing boys in class has spawned a backlash discourse approximately overly winning ladies; moment it appears at how frequent anxieties over ladies turning into excessively suggest and/or violent have situated woman aggression as pathological; 3rd it examines how incessant issues over controlling dicy girl sexuality underpin fresh sexualisation of ladies' ethical panics. The publication outlines how those postfeminist panics over girlhood have encouraged academic regulations and practices in components comparable to educational fulfillment, anti-bullying suggestions and sex-education curriculum, making noticeable the hot postfeminist, sexual politics of schooling.
Moving past media or coverage critique, even if, this booklet deals new theoretical and methodological instruments for discovering postfeminism, girlhood and schooling. It engages with present theoretical debates over percentages for ladies’ service provider and empowerment in postfeminist, neo-liberal contexts of sexual legislation. It additionally elaborates new psychosocial and feminist Deleuzian methodological techniques for mapping subjectivity, affectivity and social switch. Drawing on united kingdom empirical study tasks exploring teen-aged ladies’ personal views and responses to postfeminist panics, the booklet indicates how genuine women are literally negotiating notions of ladies as overly profitable, suggest, violent, competitive and sexual. the knowledge deals wealthy perception into women’ gendered, raced and classed reviews in class and past, exploring youngster peer cultures, friendship, offline and on-line sexual identities, and bullying and cyberbullying. The research illuminates how and whilst women absorb and establish with postfeminist tendencies, but additionally every now and then try and re-work, problem and critique the contradictory discourses of girlhood and femininity. during this feel the booklet deals a chance for ladies to ‘talk again’ to the usually simplistic both wildly celebratory or crisis-based sensationalism of postfeminist panics over girlhood.
This ebook should be crucial examining for these attracted to feminism, girlhood, media reviews, gender and education.
By Information Age Publishing,Kevin G. Welner,Alex Molnar,Patricia H. Hinchey,Don Weitzman
By Erica Salkin,Logan Shenkel
By Osmar Fávero
Por sua vez, a redemocratização do país conferiu a muitos a oportunidade histórica de serem atores - e até mesmo, em alguns casos, autores - de um processo singular de construção da nova Constituição brasileira. Esta oportunidade abriu espaço para a análise das circunstâncias em que foram construídos outros instrumentos jurídicos da mesma monta e quais os produtos gerados.
Privilegiando uma linha de análise bem definida e centrando os estudos sobre o processo de elaboração das constituições, este livro percorre, sob novo enfoque, um longo período da história da educação brasileira: desde a primeira Constituinte Imperial de 1823 até a Assembléia Nacional Constituinte de 1987-88.
Neste percurso, foram localizadas e progressivamente estudadas questões recorrentes na educação brasileira, as quais, ao longo do pace, assumiram contornos diferentes, mobilizaram atores diversificados e se revelaram com maior clareza. Entre elas: educação como direito de todos os cidadãos, responsabilidade da família e dever do Estado; obrigatoriedade e gratuidade do ensino; liberdade do ensino; ensino público x ensino privado; ensino religioso nas escolas públicas; centralização x descentralização; financiamento do ensino.
Por sua abrangência, é obra primary para a história da educação. Por sua temática, é obra de consulta obrigatória, especialmente quando estão sendo revistos e modificados aspectos essenciais da Constituição de 1988, inclusive relativos à educação.
By Sina Friedrich