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Essays on Citizenship.

Author: Sir Bernard Crick
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2005.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Citizenship, both the subject and the practice, should be a bridge between the vocational aims of education and education for its own sake. Not all of life is productive: there is leisure, there is culture, both of which active citizens can defend, indeed enhance. This book may, I hope, help teachers and all involved in education (governors, parents and even inspectors) gain or reinforce a sense of civic pride and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Crick, Sir Bernard.
Essays on Citizenship.
London : Bloomsbury Publishing, ©2005
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sir Bernard Crick
ISBN: 9781847144126 1847144128
OCLC Number: 1049861440
Description: 1 online resource (223 pages)
Contents: Preface --
1 A subject at last! --
2 The introducing of politics in schools (1969) --
3 On bias (1977) --
4 Political literacy (1978) --
5 Basic concepts for political education (1978) --
6 Citizenship and education (1992) --
7 In defence of the Citizenship Order 2000 --
8 Friendly arguments (1998) --
Values and rights are enough --
Anti-racism should lead --
World citizenship comes first --
School governors, another task --
Universities could help --
9 The presuppositions of citizenship education (1999) --
10 The decline of political thinking in British public life (1998). 11 A meditation on democracy (1996) --
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Abstract:

Citizenship, both the subject and the practice, should be a bridge between the vocational aims of education and education for its own sake. Not all of life is productive: there is leisure, there is culture, both of which active citizens can defend, indeed enhance. This book may, I hope, help teachers and all involved in education (governors, parents and even inspectors) gain or reinforce a sense of civic pride and mission.

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