First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Section 1: Conceptualizing Democratization and Democratic Citizenship Introduction: Alternative Perspectives on Democratization: An Introduction Leslie J. Limage Chapter 1: Reframing Citizenship: Women as Full Actors in the Nation-State Nelly Stromquist Chapter 2: The Democratic Politics of Theory in Comparative Education Val D. Rust Section II: Democratizing Education: Reform Efforts in Societies in Transition Chapter 3: Reconstructing Education in Germany: Some Similarities and Contrasts in the Post-War and Post-Unification Rethinking of Educational Provision David Phillips Chapter 4: Democracy and the Study of Germany Robert F. Lawson Chapter 5: Decentralization, Choice, and Charter Schools in the United States: Equity or Radical Transformation? Elizabeth Sherman Swing Chapter 6: Changes in European Higher Education: A Response to Society's Needs Hans Lingens Chapter 7: Upper Secondary Graduates' Perceptions of School in Russia and Germany-- A Comparative View Gerlind Schmidt Chapter 8: Education for Democratic Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe in the Mirror of Globalization and Transformation Wolfgang Mitter Section III: Educating Democratic Citizens: The Challenge for Civic Education Chapter 9: Democracy, Worker-Consumer-Citizens, and Teacher Education: Theoretical Musings with Findings from Research in Mexico Mark B. Ginsburg Chapter 10: Teaching Democratic Values in Teacher Education Programs in Canada, Mexico, and the United States Norma Tarrow, Ratna Ghosh, and Aurora Elinzondo Chapter 11: Education for Democracy in Pluralistic Societies: The Case of Israel Yaacov Iram Chapter 12: The Purposes of Schooling in France: Liberty, Equality, Fraternity and Dilemmas of Individual Responsibility and Social Control Leslie J. Limage Chapter 13: Education for Citizenship in the United Kingdom - Caught or Taught? Margaret B. Sutherland Chapter 14: Instituational Constraints on Promoting Civic Education in Hong Kong Secondary Schools: Insights from International Educational Achievement Data Lee Wing-On and Leung Sai-wing About the Contributors
Leslie Limage is Programme Specialist in the Division for the Renovation of Educational Curricula and Structures at UNESCO.