Sociology of Knowledge and Education

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Bloomsbury Academic, Jun 12, 2007 - Education - 212 pages
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This is a provocative and challenging monograph that engages with a wide range of issues in original ways and will undoubtedly stiumlate debate among educationists. Rob Moore's collection is unique in that it brings together a range of areas in the sociology of knowledge and education (epistemological, aesthetic, curricular, the world of work, educational policy) that are concentionally analysed in isolation from one another.

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Contents

Tradition Progressivism and Progress
3
The Problems of Problematizing Knowledge
21
The Way We Live
37
Copyright

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Rob Moore is Senior Lecturer in Sociology of Education in the Faculty of Education, Fellow of Homerton College, and College Reader in Sociology of Education at the University of Cambridge, UK.

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