Sociology of Knowledge and Education
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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Tradition Progressivism and Progress
The Problems of Problematizing Knowledge
The Way We Live
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