Power, Meaning, and Identity
Essays in Critical Educational StudiesBook - 1999
A collection of Michael W. Apple's essays on curriculum, evaluation, and critical educational and cultural theory. These essays enhance our understanding of how thoroughly political educational policies and practices actually are. In the process, the author illuminates the histories and realities of class, race and gender in education. Combining work written for a broad and general audience, and with that aimed at those already grounded in the multiple traditions of critical educational studies, Apple's unique voice comes through as nuanced, passionate and clear.
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, c1999, 2002
Characteristics: ix, 252 pages; 23 cm