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Gramsci and the politics of education:

Gramsci and the politics of education: This paper deals with aspects of Antonio Gramsci’s thinking on education and related cultural work, highlighting issues such as those of effective curricula, different forms of educators/intellectuals, work-oriented education and popular education, which have resonance with contemporary debates in the field. Gramsci’s ideas provide insights for an effective contemporary socialist pedagogical politics that are based on the principle of critical access to ‘powerful knowledge’ and experiences that promote critical thinking, in formal educational institutions and other learning settings. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Capital and Class SAGE

Gramsci and the politics of education:

Capital and Class , Volume 38 (2): 14 – Jun 13, 2014

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SAGE
Copyright
Copyright © 2019 by The Conference of Socialist Economists Ltd
ISSN
0309-8168
eISSN
2041-0980
DOI
10.1177/0309816814533170
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Abstract

This paper deals with aspects of Antonio Gramsci’s thinking on education and related cultural work, highlighting issues such as those of effective curricula, different forms of educators/intellectuals, work-oriented education and popular education, which have resonance with contemporary debates in the field. Gramsci’s ideas provide insights for an effective contemporary socialist pedagogical politics that are based on the principle of critical access to ‘powerful knowledge’ and experiences that promote critical thinking, in formal educational institutions and other learning settings.

Journal

Capital and ClassSAGE

Published: Jun 13, 2014

Keywords: Hegemony,the state,intellectuals,cultural formation,curriculum,powerful knowledge

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