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Title Challenging perceptions of Africa in schools : critical approaches to global justice education / edited by Barbara O'Toole, Ebun Joseph and David Nyaluke
Published London ; New York, NY : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2020
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Description 1 online resource (xv, 199 pages)
Series Routledge research in education ; [6]
Routledge research in education ; 6
Contents Approaching critical pedagogies in education / Barbara O'Toole, David Nyaluke, and Ebun Joseph -- Learning about Africa and global justice : the contribution of trade justice education in schools and universities / Conall O'Caoimh and David Nyaluke -- 'Unlearning' in global justice education / Barbara O'Toole -- Africa as pedagogical playground : problematising sending programmes for teachers / Aoife Titley -- Teachers' experiences of global justice education through the lens of trade / Elaine Haverty, Paula Murphy, Laura O'Shaughnessy, Lisa-Maria Whiston and Barbara O'Toole -- Representations of Africa : Irish NGOs, media and educational resources / Oluromade (Rom) Olusa and Cecelia Gavigan -- Translating critical thinking into meaningful action / Sandra Austin -- Knowledge justice as global justice : epistemicide, decolonising the university and the struggle for planetary survival / Alice Feldman -- Making sense of race in global justice education : insights from a racial stratification project in Ireland / Ebun Joseph -- Transformative learning : the future of critical education / Barbara O'Toole, Ebun Joseph and David Nyaluke
Summary "This book challenges educational discourse in relation to teaching about Africa at all levels of the education system in the Global North, with a specific case study focus in the Republic of Ireland. The book provides an interrogation of the proliferation of negative imagery of African people and African countries, and the impact of this on the attitudes and perceptions of children and young people. It explores how predominantly negative stereotyping can be challenged in classrooms through an educational approach grounded in principles of solidarity, interdependence and social justice"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Barbara O'Toole is a Senior Lecturer at Marino Institute of Education, Dublin, Ireland. Ebun Joseph is a Lecturer in Black Studies, Dublin, Ireland. David Nyaluke is the Proudly Made in Africa Fellow at University College Dublin, Ireland
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on January 09, 2020)
Subject Social justice -- Study and teaching -- Ireland -- Case studies
EDUCATION / General
Social justice -- Study and teaching.
Study skills.
Africa -- Study and teaching -- Ireland -- Case studies
Africa.
Ireland.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Joseph, Ebun, editor
Nyaluke, David, editor
O'Toole, Barbara, editor
LC no. 2019039352
ISBN 0429467125
0429883676
0429883684
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9780429467127
9780429883675
9780429883682
9780429883699