|Author:||Kurt W. Fischer,Pierre J. Léna,Antonio M. Battro|
|Title:||The Educated Brain: Essays in Neuroeducation|
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|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (March 10, 2008)|
Introduction: Mind, brain, and education in theory and practice ANTONIO M. BATTRO, KURT W. FISCHER, AND P I E R R E J. L É N A. 1. 3. FERNANDO VIDAL. 20. Building bridges in neuroeducation JOHN T. BRUER. Part II 6. xxi. Historical considerations on brain and self. J ü r g e n M I t t e L s t r a s s. 5.
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Antonio M. Fischer, Pierre J. Léna. com/books/about/The Educated Brain. html?hl ru&id YMxtzo JpWwC. Kurt W. Fischer is Charles Warland Bigelow Professor of Education and Human Development, and Director of the Mind, Brain, and Education Graduate School of Education, Harvard University. Pierre J. Lna is Emeritus Professor of Astrophysics at the Universit Paris VII and a member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. Библиографические данные.
Essays in Neuroeducation. Author: Antonio M. Battro,Kurt W. Fischer,Pierre J. Publisher: Cambridge University Press.
Kurt W. Fischer, Antonio M. Battro, Pierre J. Lena.
Antonio M. Léna The Educated Brain: Essays in Neuroeducation. The first part of the book examines closely the history of the environmental justice movement and the scholarly literature to date, with a discussion about how the issue made the public agenda in the first place. The second part of the book is a unique quantitative analysis of the relationship among race, class, political mobilization, and environmental harm at three levels- state, county, and city. Despite the initial skepticism of the authors, their study finds both race and class to be significant variables in explaining patterns of environmental harm.