Schooling the Symbolic Animal: Social and Cultural Dimensions of Education
Bradley A. Levinson, Kathryn M. Borman, Margaret Eisenhart, Amy E. Fox, Michele Foster, Margaret Sutton
Rowman & Littlefield, 2000 - 398 pages
This anthology introduces some of the most influential literature shaping our understanding of the social and cultural foundations of education today. Together the selections provide students a range of approaches for interpreting and designing educational experiences worthy of the multicultural societies of our present and future. The reprinted selections are contextualized in new interpretive essays written specifically for this volume.
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