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Author Hursh, David W., 1948-
Title Democratic social education : social studies for social change / David W. Hursh, E. Wayne Ross.
Imprint New York : Falmer Press, 2000.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  LB1584 .H87 2000    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  LB1584 .H87 2000    AVAILABLE  
Author Hursh, David W., 1948-
Series Garland reference library of social science ; v. 1156. Teaching and thinking ; v. 3.
Garland reference library of social science ; v. 1156.
Garland reference library of social science. Teaching and thinking ; v. 3.
Subject Social sciences -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Critical pedagogy -- United States.
Alt Name Ross, E. Wayne, 1956-
Description vii, 263 pages ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
ISBN 0815328559 ( hardcover)
0815337280 (pbk.)
OCLC # 41924785
Table of Contents
 Acknowledgments 
Ch. 1Democratic Social Education: Social Studies for Social Change / David W. Hursh, E. Wayne Ross1
Ch. 2Teaching in the Danger Zone: Democracy and Difference / Wendy Kohli23
Ch. 3Redrawing the Lines: The Case against Traditional Social Studies Instruction / E. Wayne Ross43
Ch. 4Curriculum and the Social Order / William B. Stanley65
Ch. 5Identity, Community, and Democracy in the "New Social Order" / Susan E. Noffke73
Ch. 6Democratic Education and Popular Culture / Henry A. Giroux85
Ch. 7Cultural Studies and Democratically Aware Teacher Education: Post-Fordism, Civics, and the Worker-Citizen / Joe L. Kincheloe97
Ch. 8The New Civics: Teaching for Critical Empowerment / Shirley R. Steinberg121
Ch. 9Not Only by Our Words: Connecting the Pedagogy of Paulo Freire with the Social Studies Classroom / Perry Marker135
Ch. 10Put Up or Shut Up: The Challenge of Moving from Critical Theory to Critical Pedagogy (A Formative Assessment) / Gloria Ladson-Billings149
Ch. 11Community, Displacement, and Inquiry: Living Social Justice in a Social Studies Methods Course / Edward Buendia, Shuaib Meacham, Susan E. Noffke165
Ch. 12Social Struggles: Schools and Universities Collaborating for Social Justice in Conservative Times / David W. Hursh, Rebecca Goldstien, Derrick Griffith189
Ch. 13Diverting Democracy: The Curriculum Standards Movement and Social Studies Education / E. Wayne Ross203
Ch. 14Promoting Democracy through Evaluation / Sandra Mathison229
 Contributors243
 Author Index249
 Subject Index255


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