Ideology and Curriculum
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of its publication, Michael W. Apple has thoroughly updated his influential text, and written a new preface. The new edition also includes an extended interview circa 2001, in which Apple relates the critical agenda outlined in Ideology and Curriculum to the more contemporary conservative climate. Finally, a new chapter titled "Pedagogy, Patriotism and Democracy: Ideology and Education After 9/11" is also included.
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Chapter 1 On Analyzing Hegemony
Chapter 2 Ideology and Cultural and Economic Reproduction
Chapter 3 Economics and Control in Everyday School Life
Chapter 4 Curricular History and Social Control
Chapter 5 The Hidden Curriculum and the Nature of Conflict
Chapter 6 Systems Management and the Ideology of Control
Chapter 7 Commonsense Categories and the Politics of Labeling
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