Education for Democratic Citizenship: Issues of Theory and Practice

Andrew Lockyer, Bernard Crick, John Annette
Ashgate, 2003 - 178 páginas
This important volume provides a comprehensive study of the concept of democratic citizenship (including its conditions and pre-requisites), which has an established place in higher education courses in politics, social policy, sociology and social philosophy. The contributing political philosophers and educational theorists collectively provide a critical commentary on the assumptions, principles and presuppositions associated with the idea of education for active democratic citizenship. This book presents an invaluable combination of original essays from established authors and previously published seminal articles specially revised for the volume.

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Andrew Lockyer is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics at Glasgow University and John Annette is Professor of Citizenship and Political Studies at Middlesex University, London. Sir Bernard Crick is Emeritus Professor of Politics and Fellow at Birkbeck College, London and Edinburgh Universities; he is also author of the 'Crick' Reports on Citizenship Education in Schools and the Report on Citizenship Education 16-19; Advisor to the DfES on Citizenship Education; and currently Advisor to the Home Office on Citizenship.

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