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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Paul Farber; Eugene F Provenzo; Gunilla Holm
|ISBN:||0791418715 9780791418710 0791418723 9780791418727|
|Description:||vi, 276 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Adolescent freedom and the cinematic high school / Paul Farber and Gunilla Holm --
Education, rock-and-roll, and the lyrics of discontent / Gunilla Holm and Paul Farber --
Learning in style : the portrayal of schooling in Seventeen magazine / Gunilla Holm --
Reader's Digest and the mythology of schooling / Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr., and Andrea Ewart --
The image of the high school dropout in the twentieth-century popular press / Jeanne Ellsworth and Robert B. Stevenson --
New York Times's coverage of educational reform : the 1950s and 1980s compared / Ohkee Lee and Michael Salwen --
A brotherhood of heroes : the charismatic educator in recent American movies / Paul Farber and Gunilla Holm --
Conformity, conflict, and curriculum : film images of boys' preparatory schools / Gary N. McCloskey --
Miracle working and the image of the exceptional student / Arlene Sachs and Gary N. McCloskey --
Carnival, pop culture and the comics : radical political discourse / Olga Skorapa --
Educational cartoons as popular culture : the case of the Kappan / Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr., and Anthon Beonde --
Education 1st! : using television to promote the schools / Lynn Nations Johnson and Gunilla Holm.
|Series Title:||SUNY series in education and culture.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Paul Farber, Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr., Gunilla Holm.|
Explores an underexamined source of influence that affects the way schooling is experienced and understood in contemporary culture, namely the flow of symbolic forms comprising mainstream popular culture. The volume centers on the portrayal of aspects of schooling --its characteristics, participants, glories, and problems--as they are constructed and displayed in diverse forms of popular culture. The main assumption is that involvement in contemporary schooling at any level--as teacher, student, policymaker, administrator, or concerned citizen--is conditioned by the sociocultural context in which schooling is understood, a context that is in turn mediated by powerful forms of popular culture. Paper edition (1872-3), $19.95. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.