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100 1  Strandbrink, Peter,|0
245 10 Civic education and liberal democracy :|bmaking post-
       normative citizens in normative political spaces /|cPeter 
264  1 Cham, Switzerland :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2017. 
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490 1  Palgrave studies in global citizenship, education and 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-223) and 
505 0  Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Tables; 
       Chapter 1 Introduction; Flattening Times and Tectonic 
       Politics; Notes on the Research Topic; Liberal Democracy 
       Reconsidered; Technocracy and Educational Statehood; 
       Contents of the Study; Chapter 2 Civic Education and 
       Liberal Democracy; Liberalism and Normativity; Civic 
       Education and Mechanistic Statehood; The Arrested Logic of
       Educational Scholarship; A Critical Theory of Public 
       Normative Education; The Logic of Civic Competence; 
       Concluding Remarks; Chapter 3 Cultural Pluralism and 
       Social Cohesion; Social Cohesion and State Identity. 
505 8  Relations of Statehood and CultureArticulating Civic 
       Education Universally; The Diachronic Nature of Civic and 
       Citizenship Education; Concluding Remarks; Chapter 4 
       Cosmopolitanism, Parochialism, and Interculturality; Main 
       Concepts Driving Normative Schooling; Analysing Civic and 
       Religious Education; Parochialism ₄!Cosmopolitanism; Civic
       -Religious Educational Negotiation in Seven Cases; Making 
       Sense of Tolerance, Education, and Nation-Making Out of 
       Values; Concluding Remarks; Chapter 5 Tolerance and 
       Neutrality in Civic and Religious Education. 
505 8  Two Theses on Ideological Neutrality and Cultural 
       ConditionalisationConfessional Neutrality; Cultural 
       Neutrality and Political Power; Civic Neutrality and the 
       Triadic Logic of the Subject; Concluding Remarks; Chapter 
       6 Educating Europeans for the Good Life; Identities of 
       Cork and Lead; Methodology and the European Good Life; 
       Citizenship; Religiosity; Activism; Orders of Normativity,
       Civic Education, and the European Good Life; The European 
       Civic Prospect Package; Concluding Remarks; Chapter 7 
       Revisiting Civic Education and Liberal Democracy; Civic 
       Education and Cultural Tectonics, Again. 
505 8  Revisiting Political Universalism, Clean Slates, and Post-
       normativityA Final Assessment of Culture, Ideology, and 
       Educational Statehood; Afterword; References; Index. 
520    This book explores the inherent tension in civic 
       education. There is a surging belief in contemporary 
       European society that liberal democracy should work harder
       to reproduce the civic and normative setups of national 
       populations through public education. The cardinal notion 
       is that education remains the best means to accomplish 
       this end, and educational regimes appropriate tools to 
       make the young more tolerant, civic, democratic, communal,
       cosmopolitan, and prone to engaged activism. This book is 
       concerned with the ambiguities that strain standard 
       visions of civic education and educational statehood. On 
       the one hand, civic-normative education is expected to 
       drive tolerance in the face of conflicting good-life 
       affirmations and accelerating worldview pluralisation; on 
       the other hand, nation-states are primarily interested in 
       reproducing the normative prerogatives that prevail in 
       restricted cultural environments. This means that civic 
       education unfolds on two irreconcilable planes at once: 
       one cosmopolitan/tolerant, another parochial/intolerant. 
       The book will be of significant interest to students and 
       scholars of education, sociology, normative statehood, 
       democracy, and liberal political culture, particularly 
       those working in the areas of civic education; as well as 
       education policy-makers. 
650  0 Democracy and education.|0
650  0 Education|xPolitical aspects.|0
650  0 Liberalism.|0
655  4 Electronic books. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aStrandbrink, Peter.|tCivic education and
       liberal democracy.|dCham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan,
830  0 Palgrave studies in global citizenship, education and 
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