Power, knowledge, pedagogy : the meaning of democratic education in unsettling times / edited by Dennis Carlson and Michael W. Apple.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Carlson, Dennis., Apple, Michael W.
Format: Book
Published: Boulder, Colo: Westview Press, 1998.
Series:The edge, critical studies in educational theory.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : critical education theory in unsettling times /
  • Dennis Carlson and Michael W. Apple
  • Education in unsettling times : public intellectuals and the promise of cultural studies /
  • Henry Giroux
  • Pulp fictions? education, markets, and the information superhighway /
  • Jane Kenway
  • Citizens or consumers? continuity and change in contemporary education policy /
  • Geoff Whitty
  • Respondent: "distressed worlds" : social justice through educational transformations /
  • Madeleine Arnot
  • Becoming right : education and the formation of conservative movements /
  • Michael W. Apple and Anita Oliver
  • On shaky grounds : constructing white working-class masculinities in the late twentieth century /
  • Michelle Fine, Lois Weis, and Judi Addelston
  • Self and education : reversals and cycles /
  • Philip Wexler
  • Respondent: self education : identity, self, and the new politics of education /
  • Dennis Carlson
  • Danger in the safety zone : notes on race, resentment, and the discourse of crime, violence, and suburban security /
  • Cameron McCarthy ... [et al.]
  • Fiction, fantasy, and femininities : popular texts and young women's literacies /
  • Linda K. Christian-Smith
  • Image is nothing : struggling to unsettle basal readers and more /
  • Patrick Shannon and Patricia Crawford
  • Respondent: loose change : the production of texts /
  • William G. Tierney
  • On the limits to empowerment through critical and feminist pedagogies /
  • Jennifer M. Gore
  • Who will survive America? pedagogy as cultural preservation /
  • Gloria Ladson-Billings
  • Global politics and local antagonisms : research and practice as dissent and possibility /
  • Peter McLaren and Kris Gutierrez
  • Respondent: pedagogy for an oppositional community /
  • Kathleen Weiler.