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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Andrew Lockyer; Bernard Crick; John Annette
|Description:||178 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||Contents: Introduction and review, Andrew Lockyer; The English citizenship order 1999: context, content and presuppositions, Bernard Crick; Citizenship education: reproductive and remedial, Geraint Parry; Two dilemmas of citizenship education in pluralist societies, Will Kymlicka; Citizenship education: anti-political culture and political education in Britain, Elizabeth Frazer; Aims in citizenship education: responsibility, identity, inclusion, Graham Haydon; Citizenship education and multiculturalism, David Archard; Citizenship education and gender, Madeleine Arnot; The political status of children and young people, Andrew Lockyer; Community, politics and citizenship education, John Annette; Teaching controversial issues in citizenship education, Terence McLaughlin; Developing education for citizenship, Ian Davies; Index.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Andrew Lockyer, Bernard Crick, John Annette.|
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