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Education, Democracy and Inequality, 1st ed. 2019 Political Engagement and Citizenship Education in Europe Education, Economy and Society Series

Langue : Anglais

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Couverture de l’ouvrage Education, Democracy and Inequality
This book posits that national education systems are enhancing socioeconomic inequalities in political engagement. While the democratic ideal is social equality in political engagement, the authors demonstrate that the English education system is recreating and enhancing entrenched democratic inequalities: among European countries. In Europe, the UK has the strongest correlation between social background and voting behaviours. Examining the role of the school and the education system in the potential reproduction of these inequalities, the authors draw upon the theories of Bourdieu and Bernstein and compare the English school system to other European countries to analyse barriers that are put along the way to political engagement. In times of political disaffection, frustration and polarisation, it is particularly important to uncover why young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are less likely to engage politically, and to help inspire future generations to use their voice. This timely book will be of interest and value to students and scholars of educational inequality and political engagement.
Chapter 1. Introduction.- Chapter 2. Learning political engagement.- Chapter 3. Access to forms of political learning.- Chapter 4. Social gaps in forms of learning and political engagement: 11-16 year olds in England.- Chapter 5. England in a comparative light: lower secondary.- Chapter 6. Learning political engagement in further and higher education in England.- Chapter 7. England in a comparative light: post-16 education.- Chapter 8. Conclusions and implications for policy and practice 
Bryony Hoskins is Professor of Comparative Social Science at the University of Roehampton, UK. She is an internationally renowned scholar who has conducted groundbreaking research in the field of measuring active citizenship, civic competence and the learning of political engagement. 

Jan Germen Janmaat is Reader in Comparative Social Science at the UCL Institute of Education, UK. He is interested in the ways in which education, broadly conceived, can promote civic values and social cohesion, and has published widely on these topics. Currently he is co-editor of Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education.

Argues that education systems are enhancing and entrenching socioeconomic inequalities in political engagement

Analyses how the school and education systems more generally can reproduce these inequalities

Draws upon the theories of Bourdieu and Bernstein to compare the UK system to other European countries

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Ouvrage de 208 p.

14.8x21 cm

Disponible chez l'éditeur (délai d'approvisionnement : 15 jours).

Prix indicatif 116,04 €

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