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Author Leighton, Ralph.
Title The citizen in teaching and education : student identity and citizenship / Ralph Leighton, Laila Nielsen.
Imprint Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

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Author Leighton, Ralph.
Series Palgrave Studies in Global Citizenship Education and Democracy
Palgrave studies in global citizenship, education and democracy.
Subject Citizenship -- Study and teaching -- England -- Case studies.
Citizenship -- Study and teaching -- Sweden -- Case studies.
Alt Name Nielsen, Laila.
Description 1 online resource (368 pages)
Note Includes index.
Print version record.
Contents SECTION I. Introduction to the problem, theory and method -- Chapter 1. Theoretical position, purpose and motivation -- Chapter 2. A critical discussion on research methodology, empirical data and preconditions -- SECTION II. Historical review of education and citizenship late 1800s-2010s -- Chapter 3. School political debates, policy documents and citizenship education 1800s-1960s -- Chapter 4. School political debates, policy documents and citizenship education 1970s-2010s -- SECTION III. Interview findings -- Chapter 5. Conditions for citizenship education and research questions -- Chapter 6. Vocational programmes in vocational schools -- Chapter 7. Theoretical programmes in mainly pre-university schools -- Chapter 8. Pre-university programmes in mainly vocational schools -- Chapter 9. Pre-university programmes in cultural oriented schools -- Chapter 10. Mixed ages and programmes -- Chapter 11. Teachers -- Chapter 12. Discussion and analysis.
Summary This book examines the importance, and potential, of citizenship education, using extensive qualitative data from England and Sweden. The authors draw on the work of Nira Yuval-Davis and other prominent scholars in the field to frame citizenship as membership of numerous communities, for example disability, ethnicity, gender, sexuality and social class. This intersectional approach enables a rich understanding of the experiences and capabilities of young people, and bridges the gap between the formal meaning and real experiences of citizenship. The book presents case studies from England and Sweden, two contexts that have similar societies and school systems but very different approaches to citizenship education. Using this rich data, the authors illuminate the perspectives of young learners and their teachers to understand how learners can uphold their rights and responsibilities as citizens. This book will be of interest and value to scholars of social justice and citizenship education. .
ISBN 9783030384159 (electronic bk.)
3030384152 (electronic bk.)
9783030384142
OCLC # 1140790186
Additional Format Print version: Leighton, Ralph. Citizen in Teaching and Education : Student Identity and Citizenship. Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2020 9783030384142


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