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Author Apple, Michael

Title Ideology and Curriculum
Edition 4th ed
Published Milton : Routledge, 2018


Description 1 online resource (311 pages)
Contents Cover; Halft Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface to the 4th Edition; Acknowledgments to the 4th Edition; Preface to the 25th Anniversary 3rd Edition; Acknowledgments to the 3rd Edition; Preface to the 2nd Edition; Acknowledgments to the 2nd Edition; 1. On Analyzing Hegemony; Introduction; On Analyzing Hegemony; Neutrality and Justice; Educational Scholarship and the Act of ""Situating"; On the Nature of Ideology; Notes; 2. Ideology and Cultural and Economic Reproduction; Cultural and Economic Reproduction; The Achievement and Socialization Traditions
The Sociology and Economics of School KnowledgeOn the Problem of High Status Knowledge; Hegemony and Reproduction; Some Concluding Questions; Notes; 3. Economics and Control in Everyday School Life; Schooling and Cultural Capital; Meaning and Control in Curriculum History; Ideology and Curriculum in Use; Beyond a Rhetorical Humanism; Notes; 4. Curricular History and Social Control; Toward a Sense of the Present as History; Power and Culture; Urbanization and the Historical Function of Schooling; The Social Function of the Curriculum; Social Homogeneity and the Problem of Community
Social Control and the Problem of CommunityThe Curriculum Field and the Problem of Community; Curriculum Differentiation and the Issue of Community; Ethnicity, Intelligence, and Community; Conclusion; Notes; 5. The Hidden Curriculum and the Nature of Conflict; Conflict and the Hidden Curriculum; Basic Rules and Tacit Assumptions; Conflict in Scientific Communities; Conflict in Society; Programmatic Considerations; Conclusions; Notes; 6. Systems Management and the Ideology of Control; On the State of the Field; Systems and Technical Control; Systems Procedures as Rhetoric
Systems, Science, and ConsensusThe Search for Alternatives; Notes; 7. Commonsense Categories and the Politics of Labeling; Ethics, Ideology, and Theory; On the Necessity of Critical Awareness; Are Things as They Seem?; Institutional Language and Ethical Responsibility; Power and Labeling; Clinical Language, the Expert, and Social Control; Some Counterexamples; Notes; 8. Beyond Ideological Reproduction; Real Knowledge and Real Power; Beyond Reproduction; Whither Curriculum?; Notes; 9. Pedagogy, Patriotism, and Democracy: Ideology and Education after September 11; Introduction; After 9/11
Horror and HollywoodPatriotism, the Flag, and the Control of Schools; Compulsory Patriotism and the Hidden Effects of Race; Conclusion; Notes; 10. On Analyzing New Hegemonic Relations: An Interview; Introduction; Interview; 11. The Biography of a Public Intellectual: An Interview; Interview; Note; 12. The Challenge of Critical Education; Introduction; Being Critical; On the Dilemmas We Face; Hope as a Resource; Notes; Index
Summary Since 1979, Ideology and Curriculum has been a path breaking statement on the relationship between cultural and economic power in education. The new edition of this now classic text has been updated by celebrated author and activist Michael W. Apple to include a full new chapter on the book's lasting critical agenda in the context of the contemporary conservative climate. A new substantive preface introduces the fourth edition, reflecting on earlier arguments and developments from the intervening years while a concluding interview details the author's background and continuing efforts toward building a more equitable society. In celebration of the 40th anniversary of its publication, this highly-anticipated new edition firmly situates Ideology and Curriculum as one of the most important education titles of our time
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Educational sociology -- United States
Education and state -- United States
Curriculum planning -- Political aspects -- United States
EDUCATION -- Educational Policy & Reform -- General.
civil rights.
critical education.
cultural politics.
democratic schooling.
neoconservative education.
neoliberal education.
no child left behind.
social justice.
social pedagogy.
Education and state.
Educational sociology.
United States.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9780429682506