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SAGE Handbook of Education for Citizenship and Democracy

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July 2008 | 592 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This handbook brings together new work by some of the leading authorities on citizenship education, and is divided into five sections. The first section deals with key ideas about citizenship education including democracy, rights, globalization and equity. Section two contains a wide range of national case studies of citizenship education including African, Asian, Australian, European and North and South American examples. The third section focuses on perspectives about citizenship education with discussions about key areas such as sustainable development, anti-racism, gender. Section four provides insights into different characterisations of citizenship education with illustrations of democratic schools, peace and conflict education, global education, human rights education etc. The final section provides a series of chapters on the pedagogy of citizenship education with discussions about curriculum, teaching, learning and assessment.
 
PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS
Democracy

Bernard Crick
Rights, Duties, Responsibilities

David Carr
Justice

Cynthia Tyson
Philosophical Presuppositions of Citizenship Education and Political Liberalism

Marianna Papastephanou
Diversity and Citizenship Education in Global Times

James A. Banks
Equity and its relationship to Citizenship education

Stephen Gorard and Vanita Sundaram
Globalization

Merry Merryfield with Lisa Duty
 
PART TWO: GEOGRAPHICALLY BASED REVIEWS - COMPARATIVE RESEARCH
Education for Democratic Citizenship in Australia

Murray Print
Reinventing Freire: Exceptional Cases Of Citizenship Education In Brazil

Daniel Schugurensky and Kathy Madjidi
The Struggle for Citizenship Education in Canada: The Centre Cannot Hold

Andrew S. Hughes and Alan Sears
Citizenship Education In China: Changing Concepts, Approaches and Policies In The Changing Political, Economic and Social Context

Wing On Lee and Ho Chi-hang
Education for Citizenship and Democracy: The Case of the Czech Republic

Martina Klicperová-Baker
Citizenship Education in India: From Colonial Subjugation to Radical Possibilities -

Reva Joshee
Citizenship Education in Israel: A Contested Terrain

Orit Ichilov
Citizenship Education in Japan and Kazuya Taniguchi

Lynne Parmenter, Mitsuharu Mizuyama
Citizenship Education in Malawi: Prospects for Global Education

Penny Enslin and Joseph Jinja Divala
The Changing Face of CitizenshipEducation in Pakistan

Bernadette Dean
From subjects to Citizens: Citizenship Education in Palestine

Fouad Moughrabi
Local and Global Citizenship in the UK

David Kerr and Christine TwineA Smith
Education for Citizenship and Democracy in the United States

Carole Hahn
 
PART THREE: PERSPECTIVES, TRADITIONS, DIVERSITY AND DISCIPLINES
Key Perspectives, Traditions and Disciplines: Overview

Elizabeth Frazer
Religion, Citizenship and Hope: Civic Virtues and Education About Muslim Traditions

Farid Panjwani
Christianity, Citizenship and Democracy

James Arthur
Gender, Feminism and Education for Citizenship

Jane Bernard Powers
Anti- Racism

Hugh Starkey
S Sustainable Development

John Huckle
History

Keith C. Barton and Linda S. Levstik
Literacy in England

Bethan Marshall
 
PART FOUR: CHARACTERISATIONS AND FORMS
Political Literacy

Ian Davies
Active Citizenship, Citizenship ducation and Civic Renewal

John Annette
Educating for Civic Character

Marvin W. Berkowitz, Wolfgang Althof and Scott Jones
Democratic Schools

Bernard Trafford
Multicultural Citizenship Education

Paulette Patterson Dilworth
Peace and Conflict Education

Kathy Bickmore
Human Rights Education: the Foundation of education for democratic citizenship in our global age

Audrey Osler
Global Education

Graham Pike
 
PART FIVE: PEDAGOGY
The Citizenship Curriculum: Ideology, Content and Organization

Kerry J. Kennedy
Progression and Differentiation in Citizenship Education

Alistair Ross
The Discussion of Controversial Issues as a Form and Goal of Democratic Education

Diana Hess and Patricia G. Avery
Citizenship education, pedagogy and school contexts

Mark Evans
A Justice-Oriented Citizenship Education: Making Community Curricular

Lew Zipin and Alan Reid
Assessing Citizenship Education

Lee Jerome

"The volume is unique…it has the character of an international collaboration focused on concepts and issues. The authors go beyond slogans or accepted truisms to grapple with issues that are contested but benefit from being addressed from different viewpoints. I commend the volume to a wide range of readers for its breadth of vision and success in moving the field forward."

Judith Torney-Purta, Ph.D., Professor of Human Development, University of Maryland (College Park), USA

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