|Author:||Jack Demaine,Harold Entwistle|
|Title:||Beyond Communitarianism: Citizenship, Politics and Education|
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|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan (December 1, 1996)|
This book investigates different notions of communitarianism and citizenship, and their application within a number of fields, in particular education, politics and social welfare. Table of contents (13 chapters). Beyond Gommunitarianism: Citizenship, Politics and Education. Citizenship, Politics and Education.
This book investigates different notions of communitarianism and citizenship, and their application within a number of fields, in particular education, politics and social welfare. Beyond Communitarianism.
Education Policy and Contemporary Politics. Sociology of Education Today.
Entwistle, Harold, Ed. Demaine, Jack, Ed. Thirteen authors reflect on different ideas of communitarianism and citizenship and on the ways those ideas find application in the fields of education, politics, and social welfare. Looking beyond communitarian ideology, the volume offers a more detailed discussion of citizenship in contemporary society
Jack Demaine and Harold Entwistle (ed., Beyond Communitarianism: Citizenship, Politics and Education. London: Macmillan, 1996, £1. 9 pbk, ix+216 pp. (ISBN 0-333-67744-7). Stephen A. Gaetz, Looking Out for the Lads: Community Action and the Provision of Youth Services in an Urban Irish Parish. Embedded within a politics of knowledge framework, it argues for a value-based remit fostering social justice for the social sciences.
Home . Details for: Beyond communitarianism : citizenship, politics and education /. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Contributor(s): Entwistle, Harold Demaine Jack. Description: IX, 226 . SBN: 033366020X (hardcover) :; 0333677447 (paperback). Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
In: Jack Demaine and Harold Entwistle (ed. Beyond Communitarianism: Citizenship, Politics, and Education. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996. The emergence of a European citizenship agenda in EU politics: a desperate need of legitimacy? The genius of Schumann’s project was his idea of a European community, mainly an economic one, whose functioning would be independent from popular sovereignty or even popular support: an intergovernmental cooperation project among post-war European nations.
ISBN: 033366020X ISBN13: 978-0333660201 Author: J. Demaine,H. This book looks beyond communitarian ideology to investigate more detailed discussion of citizenship in contemporary society.